What are Traditional Web Apps?
Traditional web apps are apps that have little or no client-side processing. HTML is rendered server-side and passed to the browser. They mostly center around static text and filling out forms, and most interactions require a full page refresh. Browsers send data to the server via HTML forms, and the server handles the processing. Technologies like ASP (including all flavors such as classic, and MVC) and PHP facilitate the transfer of data between the client and server and handle server-side processing. They mix server-side and client-side logic by allowing developers to declare the client-side UI with HTML alongside code that runs on the server. Forms can be developed quickly with no separation between APIs and front-end code. Traditional web app workflow typically presents the user with a form, a submit button, and a full-page response is received from the server after they click the button. The result is usually a disjointed and unsatisfactory user experience.
In the approach, APIs are typically not made as first-class citizens. Traditional web apps usually require developers to build a separate set of APIs for consumption by 3rd parties or other apps such as phone apps. It often leads to code duplication.
ASP Web Forms is an example of a traditional web app technology. It is possible to build SOAP Web Services, but it does not support designing modern Web APIs. Microsoft introduced ASP.NET Core for flexibility. It supports everything from modern Web APIs to traditional web apps. The MVC flavor of ASP.NET Core is a framework for building traditional web apps.
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