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Links 1 through 10 of 52 by Atif Aziz tagged webdev

“In this article, I want to delve in to more detail about the SSE API, demonstrate its features, and even show you how to polyfill browsers that lack EventSource support.”

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“HTML5Labs is where Microsoft prototypes early and unstable specifications from web standards bodies such as W3C. Sharing these prototypes helps us have informed discussions with developer communities, and enables us to provide better feedback on draft specifications based on this implementation experience.”

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“I’m saying that the iPad is the new IE6 because we are expecting it to be something that it isn’t, the same way that we were expecting that IE6 would have the same features/performance/reliability than the latest versions of Firefox/Safari.”

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“Our thesis is that programming web applications with continuations is superior to the current page-centric technology. A continuation is a program-level manageable value representing the rest of the computation of the program. What to do next is precisely what has to be explicitly encoded in order to program non trivial web interactions. Continuations allow web applications to be written in direct style that is, as a single program that displays forms and reads form submission since continuations automatically capture everything (control point, lexical bindings, etc.) that is needed to resume the computation. Programming is therefore safer, easier and more re-usable.”

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SharpKit is a commerical Web Toolkit that enables you to write C# and convert it to JavaScript during compilation.

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The Yahoo! Query Language is an expressive SQL-like language that lets you query, filter, and join data across Web services. With YQL, apps run faster with fewer lines of code and a smaller network footprint.

Yahoo! and other websites across the Internet make much of their structured data available to developers, primarily through Web services. To access and query these services, developers traditionally endure the pain of locating the right URLs and documentation to access and query each Web service.

With YQL, developers can access and shape data across the Internet through one simple language, eliminating the need to learn how to call different APIs.

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REPL for HTML and jQuery in WPF.

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“It’s important to realize that the most important kind of inter-operability is with the user’s code, and frankly web frameworks often suck here. A basic truth of software is that as it grows and matures it becomes more and more domain-specific, and less and less generic. …the important part for now is to realize that general frameworks should be able to cede control to domain-specific replacements as the stack grows. For the most part, frameworks don’t.”

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BWTP (Bidirectional Web Transfer Protocol) is a proposed IETF draft for an alternative transfer protocol to that proposed for HTML5 Websocket that has grown out of the IETF HYBI mailing list. The proposal is work-in-progress.

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“Once upon a time, in the age of fairies and leprechauns, an ice-cream maker named Roy Fielding discovered a seed that people have been using in a remote land, called cacao. Keen on using that discovery, he mixed those seeds with sugar, milk, eggs, cream and sugar and got the inhabitants of his village to try it.”

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