Last post Jan 13, 2019 09:20 AM by yogyogi
Jan 13, 2019 09:13 AM|fatihbarut|LINK
Lets say you have a form on a page with 10 inputs.
each input represents an entity framework model property /datatable field.
instead of a submit button to save everything with html post method
what if update the data table over entity framework model with an ajax code, after user exits from each input box.
What do you think about it? pricy for network bandwidth? memory allocation (dont know about garbage collection policy of the asp.net servers) and so on?
I want to build SPA like application with the help of Jquery and ajax data-transfer system. To mimic a data-driven desktop application.
What do you think?
Jan 13, 2019 09:20 AM|yogyogi|LINK
No, it will not make your server overloaded. I have done these AJAX feature for websites hosted on shared hosting of Godaddy. Till now I haven't found that the server became overloaded.
I would also say that if your website gets a lot of traffic like 50k per day then it could be costly. It's all depends on the number of AJAX hits and the power of the server to take it these hits without breaking itself.