ajax requests at once. It sits on top of jQuery's promise-based ajax structure,
and fires a single ajax request every so often. So instead of structuing your
client-server interaction like
Now you can structure your application in a sensible manner but also keep your ajax requests to a minimum.
Channel will send a request to the server that looks like:
Because of the promises that are attached to the items in data, the responses will get executed individually and in order that they were requested.