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Skilldrick » JavaScript and the end of progressive enhancement
Matthew Steel
May 5th, 2011 at 11:21 | #6
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Rendering to HTML on the server is almost never expensive, and if your HTML is really written “100% semantically” it’s not going to add a lot of data, either (especially when it’s gzipped).

Transfer time is mostly an issue of latency, especially if you need to make multiple requests. If bandwidth really is your problem, though, and (big fat) HTML is just too much, you’re probably not going to be happy with (still rather portly) JSON either.
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