Here are some benefits:
– Faster load speed
– Small files and cache size
– Less demand on your web server
– Uses less bandwidth especially on mobile devices
Recently, I needed to transmute a Web form into Windows form for a client. There was a subtle issue involving parameters to a SQL stored proc; the stored proc returned matches and near matches to the input values. The return values were missing special characters like ampersand (&).
The solution was to import the Microsoft.JScript assembly and call the Microsoft.JScript.GlobalObject.escape() method.
These questions become second nature to you. However, other questions are not so obvious at first. Like, screen size. Do you remember when 640×480 was the gold standard in screen resolution? Then came 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×1024, etc.
I recently helped a client work through a particularly tricky issue with a Liquid Office PDF form. Normally a form is completed by an end user, possibly processed through a workflow and finally released into an EDMS system with the help of a Connect Agent (for instance, ImageSource’s ILINX Connect for eForms product). However in this case, the form is simply used for printing.