15 Februari 2008 0:10Currently when the user requests the page: the page loads, but then the filter bar, posts, and/or threads are loaded async from the client side.
We should send the initial load state along with the response, and then live updates and client side rendering code should kick in from there.
- Diedit oleh Bryan ThomasMicrosoft Employee 15 Februari 2008 0:15 I need to have my posts make sense.
15 Februari 2008 4:32To support ajax browser history functionality, we use the hash portion of the url. Unfortunately, that is not available on the server so we don't know what filters and sorts are applied. So we then have to package that info up as part of the XmlHttpRequest after the page has loaded.
17 Februari 2008 23:04Perhaps a 'default' state could be pushed out on the initial page load.
Then it could be 'cleaned' up with client side state info. Otherwise, that first page seems 'awkward'.
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