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HTML5 for .NET Developers: Single page web apps, JavaScript, and semantic markup by Jim Jackson II and Ian Gilman

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Chapter 7. Web workers and drag and drop

This chapter covers

  • Implementing drag and drop in a desktop browser
  • Marshaling data while dragging user interface elements
  • Building a multithreaded web application
  • Transferring high-cost CPU operations to background threads

This chapter is all about making difficult things simple. In any HTML application with a significant amount of user interaction, you’ll encounter requirements that conflict with one another, such as the need to upload a file or edit an image while maintaining a responsive interface. In this chapter, we’ll show you how to balance the need for a responsive user interface (UI) with the requirement to perform complex, processor-intensive tasks with two new HTML5 APIs: Web Workers ...

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