I was thinking about this recently. A mezzanine site that is about to
launch came to me with the front-end pre-built to use ajax for the
entire UX, which gave the project what I considered a very bad "smell"
of premature optimization. Now that the architecture and UX is built
approach applying that ajax UX (if we really want it) to the existing
codebase. The idea that keeps floating to the top is to add an
request.is_ajax() conditional to mezzanine.pages.views.page and return
the page data as json.
Anyone else have similarly subversive thoughts?
On Sun, Aug 19, 2012 at 11:22 PM, Xiaotian Tan