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Asynchronous User Interfaces - How to Lie, Cheat and Steal
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| by Alex MacCaw Follow 0 Followers on Oct 29, 2012 |

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Alex MacCaw discusses the importance of asynchronous UIs, suggesting using Spine, an MVC JavaScript framework, to avoid blocking the UI, storing state + rendering on the client, and preloading data.

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