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If you have met me or worked with me in the last 15 years or so, you will know that I am pretty mad about the web as a platform, HTTP as a protocol and HTML as a state engine. Add to this the last 6 years or so practising agile techniques while building highly […]
One of the pain points we see on web projects is the divide between client side and back end development. This pain might show itself in a number of ways: Small changes in the HTML cause lots of tests to fail Small changes to visual layout require large changes to the HTML which then causes […]
A little while back I was chatting to someone about SEO and the power of outgoing links. In the bad old days your client would ask you to build a web site that had no links leaving the site or put some horrible confirmation page asking you that you are leaving! Whats interesting here is […]
Smart Contracts http://www.erights.org/smart-contracts/index.html http://www.waterken.com/dev/IOU/Design/ We may end up getting RESTful smart contracts for free due to all the goodness in the current design. This could lead (my client).com to an unheard of level of security and possible make it the most high profile public implementation of smart contracts to date. Watch this space Auto Save […]
Decoupling Resource selection from Representation selection in our Urls This will allow resources (domain objects/documents) to be selected (think SQL WHERE clauses) and presenters re-used by the client editors without specific coding by developers. So a url like “/video/skins/latest” could return all videos tagged with skins or possibly any resource tagged with video and skins. […]
So I thought I would start my first post with what I have been working on for the last couple of months. Naturally I have removed all references to my current client. What we have built already: RESTful Web Site and Web Components So just like REST exposed your web service api/end points on to […]