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Doesn't the yui compressor make it difficult for human readability? In any case, you shouldn't do validation just on the client side. Remember, it's not called client server for nothing, so let the server do most of the work. The thing to remember is the world wide web was never meant to be opaque to the endpoint. That moniker belongs to native applications. ...


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Options: Load propitiatory client side JavaScript code after the user has logged in to the web site. If you still don't want authenticated users to see the JS code, then load a JS on the client that calls another JS file that runs on the server or call a service such as a WebAPI. Off course, you want to secure the communication channel, perhaps using ...



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