Visualforce Request Cycle vs Lightning Components Request Cycle — sfdc techie – Pavan’s blog


Classic Visualforce runs “on the server side.” That is, when a page is requested, a Salesforce server processes the markup, and then the resulting HTML is sent to the requesting user’s browser for display. If the page has an expression (those things inside “{! }” delimiters), it’s evaluated by the server. References to global variables […]

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