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Active Client Pages: Summary of the Document Phase of Chrys`s Approach

In this part of the series, I give you a summary of the Document Phase of my approach to Active Client Pages. In order to help you better understand this phase, I need to explain two other approaches to ACP. When I finish that, we will proceed to the next phase. It may seem a little complicated (this is, after all the eighth part of a 12-part series), but by the time we're done you'll understand a number of ways to make your pages load faster over a slow Internet connection, even when they're full of images.

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By: Chrysanthus Forcha
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August 21, 2009
  1. · Active Client Pages: Summary of the Document Phase of Chrys`s Approach
  2. · Summary of the Ajax Approach
  3. · The HTML OBJECT Element, Images and ACP
  4. · Introduction to the Window Phase of Chrysís Approach to ACP

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Active Client Pages: Summary of the Document Phase of Chrys`s Approach
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As I mentioned, there are two other approaches to ACP, which are the Script Approach and the Ajax Approach. I have written articles about these approaches; you can investigate the links for more information. 

The Document Phase of Chrysís Approach incorporates the Script Approach and the Ajax Approach. I have not described these approaches in this series, so I have to give you their summaries before I give you the summary of the Document Phase of Chrysís Approach.

At the end of this part of the series I will introduce the window phase of Chrysís Approach to ACP.

Summary of the Script Approach

The Script Approach is based on Vlad Podvornyís works. It uses a Frameset. This is the summary of the Script Approach, including my enhancements.

  • The master can be the frameset HTML document or it can be a normal HTML document without a frameset.

  • While the user is working, data of any type, including program script code and images, is downloaded from the server in advance, without the knowledge of the user.

  • This downloading is done by placing scripts at the bottom of each page displayed.

  • The downloaded data has to be stored in a store in the master page (parent in frameset).

  • The store is made up of JavaScript variables and/or JavaScript arrays and/or JavaScript object properties.

  • Pages are produced by script that is in the master page, or script in the head element of a page, or script downloaded.

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