On Mon, 06 Feb 2012 18:59:14 -0000, Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@...> wrote:
> That really depends on what the application is doing. Depending on
> input capabilities, you may want to have multiple pages instead of a
> single page for some sort of configuration setup, for example.
Whether to use monolithic forms or paginated wizards is a presentation
thing, that need not even have anything to do with HTTP. You can fetch
half the monolithic form and fetch the rest when the user has filled in
most of former half. Or you could fetch a whole form and paginate it.