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I'm guessing with Oboe.js you solved this by capturing a stream(?) of JSON but only parsing relevant chunks as they appear and match the selector? Or do you simply load the larger chunks at once (either by a request or embedding JSON into the template server side) instead of streaming?

http://oboejs.com/examples#demarshalling-json-to-an-oop-mode...

I could see the value in this for sure. I currently have a problem of loading a ton of JS for some users who have thousands of objects embedded in the view with Rails using toJSON() in a <script>. It’s creating far too much weight on the frontend. I’ve been considering fetching it via a simple REST request instead.




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