by Mike Phillips
Posted on 11.17.2006
Is the Internet changing? You bet it is ... and fast. Web applications used to look and act differently - interacting with the server on a basic give-and-take exchange. In the old Web world, page load characteristics mapped reasonably well to perceived end user experience but, today, the relationship between those page load characteristics and end user experience (considering all the DOM-ready needs) is considered by many developers to be broken - only application and intent matter now.
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