SPA - Single Page Application Framework with Javascript

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  1. Offline Support for Single Page Application templates on mobile devices

    Steve Sanderson presented MVC 4 SPA "Delivery Trucker" for mobile devices with offline support using upshot.js JavaScript framework.
    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechDays/TechDays-2012-Belgium/199
    It seems that the MVC team dropped support for upshot.js
    It would be really helpful if the MVC team provides support for Single Page Applications (SPAs) templates running on mobile devices offline.
    Example: MVC4 SPAs application is running on a smart phone. The phone might lose reception. SPA is using the HTML5 offline storage to save data changes when offline. MVC team supported JavaScript framework will detect when the mobile device is back online and synchronize the changes from the HTML5…

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    under review  ·  Mads Kristensen responded

    This is something we’re looking into right now as part of a larger effort around client-side framework support

  2. Improve support for Durandal

    Improvemnts shipped with VS 2013 Update 2 CTP 2 are great, but It would be even better if I could omit ko-vs-editor and specify it globaly as a function. That could provide me ability to write function that based on file name and durandal convention returns correct ViewModel.

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  3. Please give guidance how to measure performance and bottlenecks

    SPA have many advantages. But since the page technically doesn't change issues like Objects on the heap, memory leaks, performance of data-binding etc. now have an greater effect in runtime.
    How can this be tested or measured? Are there any best-practices in this environment? Are there any profiling tools (in Visual Studio)?

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  4. One single framework which has all features needed.

    Too many framework and tools are making life difficult of developers. Atleast for .NET Developers there should be singe framework from microsoft which is sufficient in most of the cases. It should have rich UI controls, support patterns (MVVM / MVC/ DI /Modularity), navigation, unit testing. asyn/parallel WebAPI calls, input validation, security, styling...

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    under review  ·  Mads Kristensen responded

    Microsoft will not provide a brand new JavaScript framework to do all this. Instead, we’re going to create targeted tooling around industry standards and popular frameworks such as AngularJS and Bootstrap. All this will be fully compatible with WebAPI and new Razor tooling.

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