In a previous post we talked about client side and server side web architecture. We showed the difference between the two approaches and concluded that client side web architecture offers a lot of benefits. Now it's time to get our hands dirty and put theory into practice. In this post we’ll compare both approaches using a real application.
Let's admit it: when it comes to interacting with the web, we’re all a little spoiled. We’re used to websites like Facebook, Pinterest and Evernote. We all own a smartphone with fancy-looking apps. Yet when we create web applications, we often forget our users are no different. They expect a rich interaction and a fast, dynamic user interface. Providing this kind of interaction can be crucial to your business. This is where you win or lose the hearts of your customers.