I have been given full control over a new project at work, and would like some advice.
Most of the application can be done on the client-side, and I have designed and started to implement with this thinking. What I am doing is using jquery to handle all the client side action, then using the page methods to act as a 'conroller' to send/get data from a 'model' class(s). I am using webforms if that matters. In this process and the driving force for me to post this, I am running into issues where I don't want a lot of the things webforms provides...like the viewstate and auto postback a lot of the asp.net controls seems to provide. I thought about doing this strictly in html controls, but really wasn't sure.
While this feels a lot like the mvc I am used to with php, it seems very hackish. I plan to look into MS MVC framework, but I was hoping for some advice on starting over, or if my plan thus far is a good way to go.
Any input would be great. I am a little overwhelmed about where to go next.
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