Web UI Architecture

Web UI Architecture Messaging, Rendering, and Server Interactions

Though some of the concepts in this course are still relevant, overall this course does not reflect our current course standards or industry best practices.

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Messaging is responsible for notifying subscribers, caching, and tracking the context of events. Decoupling is encouraged by the ability of messaging to pass data along with the event. Rendering code provides rendered HTML by interpolating data while caching compiled templates. Server interactions pass server data to requesting objects and vice versa. They are also allow the decoupling of URLs from instance code and have a built-in notification system for when data is sent/received.

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