WebForms and jQuery: A Comparison

added by kouphax
10/20/2010 7:57:52 AM

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I tend to be a bit picky when it comes to seeing what is generated by server-side technologies. The first thing I do when I write a page (JSP, ASPX – whatever) that uses some sort of tag library or user control is check the resultant HTML/CSS/Javascript. When it comes to ASPX’s this has always been a major issue for me – the code it generates, the JS it pulls down, the amount of redundant traffic, the actual quality of the code – all of it annoys me. Just out of curiosity I wanted to do a “contrast and compare” study to see the differences between the DIY approach and using Webforms…


1 comments

pyccki
10/20/2010 6:31:13 PM
WOW, what a great article. Gotta LUV jQuery.
Thanx !!!