Some time ago, I looked into Multi-Page Applications (MPAs), and in particular the behaviours we expect from MPAs, and how modern web applications support those behaviours even when they are not implemented like a traditional MPA.
I had some ideas for a blog post and started writing. But then other priorities took over.
Now I have some time over the holiday period, so I’ll tidy up what I have and start posting it here. The only problem is it won’t fit into one blog post. So I’ll make it series of blog posts.1 And I’ll use this post as a table of contents, which I’ll update as I go along.
- What are multi-page behaviours?
- The HTML5 History API
- The Simple CSR-MPA pattern
- The Stateful CSR-MPA pattern
- In progress
In the first post I’ll look at the traditional notion of an MPA, and then contrast it with a more modern perspective that focuses on behaviour.
It’s about multi-page behaviours, why wouldn’t it have multiple pages? ↩