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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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The Isomorphic Web Form

In the previous chapter, we focused on how we could have the server-side application handoff data to the client-side application to seamlessly maintain state while implementing the shopping cart feature. In Chapter 6, Isomorphic Handoff, we treated the server, as the single source of truth. The server dictated, to the client, what the current state of the shopping cart was. In this chapter, we are going to go beyond the simple user interactions that we have considered thus far and step into the realm of accepting user-generated data submitted through an isomorphic web form.

This signifies that now, the client has a voice, to dictate the user-generated data that should be stored on the server, within good reason of ...

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