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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Rob Friesel tagged json

Interesting. I suppose it shouldn't come as a surprise that something like this was in the works somewhere. A closer look is definitely in order, but this (or something like it) will be huge to get JSON participating more fully as a truly RESTful payload.

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Francis Hwang talk, "The Front-End Future" at Gotham Ruby Conference.

Hwang is speaking about "thick-clients" (i.e., using client-side templates and JSON payloads etc.) and you don't have to wait long (about 5 minutes) before it gets really good. Like... really good. This is a cogent and sane discussion of this subject. (Side note: some of his comments about Backbone.js are reminiscent of that post by Rebecca Murphey from back in March. )

Plus, Hwang is a great speaker.

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Karl Seguin with what is effectively a supportive response or follow-up piece to Twitter's announcement about moving back to server-side content rendering. It's a good piece, and thoughtful. Most of the comments are pretty good, too. As I've said before: you need to look at what you're trying to accomplish and decide whether client- or server-side rendering is the best solution, neither approach is a silver bullet.

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