I heard this so frequently, I decided it is time to write about it.
(When writing web applications) Business rules always belong on the server.
One of the last conversations I had at the last place I was working was on this same issue. And, I had a similar reaction a couple of years ago when I was doing a Selenium testing presentation and mentioned that the organization I was currently working for put all of the code on the client side and that the only thing the server did was save the data.
Maybe you believe the same thing?
Nothing is ever that cut and dry.
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I’ve been using the CefSharp.Offscreen library to drive the Chromium browser for a couple of months now. While the code I’ve been working on has been working correctly, I could never figure out why so many instances of Chromium are left dangling in my task manager. Oh, they’d all go away once I exited the application, but then it would take a very long time for my application to completely close because there were so many instances of Chromium hanging around.
This past week, I finally figured out how to keep the number of Chromium instances in line with the number of off-screen browser windows I was actually creating.
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