I have a single ASPX page that contains a set of tabs which are ajax enabled. As a user selects tabs the controls within that tab are dynamically loaded. Will I be creating any visual performance issues by dynamically loading each tab as the user needs it? Or should I be breaking out each tab to it's own page?
Can I achieve smooth and rapid performance if I use multiple tabbed pages which each have controls loaded on demand?
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