Just a quick question.
I assume that the downside to doing so would be lousy SEO. Especially if all anchors and forms had their default actions prevented, using .load() to push content into divs, not allowing the URL to actually change in the browser. (If this is incorrect, please advise.)
I’m just playing around with jQuery, and I’ve got it to the point where if I do a view source, all I see is the HTML declaration, the <head> and <body> tags, and the includes for jQuery plus the .js file that creates everything. Does this make things more secure? Or less secure? (I’m using jQuery 1.8.2)
Thanks, mawburn. I’ll look into Angular. I don’t think work will allow me to put it on the server, but I can certainly learn it at home.
What about MooTools? Do you think MooTools might be as good as Angular? I only ask because the last contract that I worked used MooTools, so I do have some experience with it.
I think MooTools is more like jQuery than Angular. I’ve never used it personally.