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Old January 27th, 2014, 07:30 AM
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Hi Alan,

Yes, this makes perfect sense. The code doesn't fire at the server until all your client side validation has passed. You could disable JavaScript in the browser and you would see that the server side functionality does fire immediately.

Debugging is only discussed in Chapter 18, so it's not something that can easily be explained in Chapter 9. However, the debugging chapter has some demos that show you end to end debugging from client side code into a server side web service, so hopefully you find that demo interesting as well.

Thanks for your suggestion.


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