Unclogging Server Bottlenecks w/ Active Containers
In server-side control architectures a majority of the control events must be handled on the server side to update the state of the control. For every user event, the entire page data is sent back to the server as part of the form submission, even data that has not changed or is not affected by the user event. This article shows you how to use containers to overcome data-processing redundancy, which can otherwise drain the life out of your handheld or Web server.Visit publisher site: Unclogging Server Bottlenecks w/ Active Containers
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