We have a project where there are concerns about Mashup technology aspects. The comment came as:
The Hub is built as a single-page app architecture, with server-side rendering. Due to the nature of the script used, the form is only generated on page load, so if a user browses from the applications page to an application, the form will not be displayed without a refresh.
Another comment is saying the same (based on my understanding).
Due to the large amount of forms and the forms only being generated on page load and hidden by CSS rules, we can suffer performance problems - which we previously resolved - from having to keep a large amount of HTML in the browser.
My own interpretation of these problems is:
We might easily end up with tens of mashups in this application. What we are looking for is to display one Mashup at a time based on some event (e.g. click). Is it something we are able to do? As you probably know, tens of iframes in the HTML would slow everything extremely down. We are looking to optimize our application for mobile and speed is one of the success criteria.