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Around the Web - March 2016 - Javascript, Citus DB and Dependencies

Javascript An opinionated State of the Art Javascript in 2016 : you may agree or not, at least, author justifies it. Don't know React ecosystem to have an opinion on this. Postgres Citus DB, a scalable and distributed version of Postgres, is going opensource with the release of the 5th version.  […]

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Around the Web - October 2015 - WebAssembly and Google deprecates _escaped_framgent_ urls

WebAssemblyMaybe with this topic I should rename the blog post as "beyond the web" due to what is or more precisely will be WebAssembly.On 17th June 2015, Brendan Eich (creator of the Javascript language) announced the WebAssembly project, a common effort with Google Chromium, Mozilla  […]

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Around the Web - August 2015 - ES6/ECMAScript 2015 & Premium Media

JavascriptWelcome to ES6 In Depth! In this new weekly series, we’ll be exploring ECMAScript 6, the upcoming new edition of the JavaScript language [Note : ES6 was approved as ECMA-262, 6th Edition, ECMAScript 2015 Language Specification mid June 2015]. ES6 contains many new language features that  […]

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Around the Web - May 2015

API Mozilla Cloud Services Team (with nice French people inside) published in French a summary of the API Days in Barcelona : best practices, tools and insights around API. Misc A day at Devoxx France (in French) : a summary from Xebia about the Devoxx France conference (Java based but not only) and  […]

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Around the Web - February 2015

UX The Fold manifesto : why the page fold still matters ; even if we get used to scroll, we need to be encourage to do it. Thus the fold is strategic to convince the user to make the effort to go beyond this limit ; whatever the size of the device is (RWD included). API OCTO published a quick  […]

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Around the Web - November 2014

DNS Google public DNS (ie 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) is serving a third of the worldwide DNS traffic. Cloudflare published a series of articles on DNSSEC (for Secure DNS) ; very interesting if you want to know more about DNS Security and DNSSEC implementation : DNSSEC, an introduction & DNSSEC,  […]

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Web Roundup - 6/11

Keeping on frontend side to change from my current backend tasks (SSO/Kerberos, Postgresql, etc) : Touch and Mouse : together again for the first time :You may consider so far that your application is either used in a touch context (on a tablet) or a mouse on (on the desktop). However with the rise  […]

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Paris Web 2013

I had the opportunity to attend Paris Web last week. For those who don't know Paris Web, it's a conference about webdesign, accessibility and quality, but not only/strictly and 2013 was the 8th edition, gathering 600 people in Palais Brongnart and almost 600 online too with the live. All the  […]

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Web Roundup - 9/10

Responsive web design Viewport resizer, which defines itself as follow : Viewport resizer is a browser-based tool to test any website’s responsiveness. Just save the bookmarklet, go to the page you want to test, click on your created bookmarklet and check all kinds of screen resolutions of the page  […]

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Web Roundup - 02/10

A bunch of things, not really classified this time : On Javascript side : I spoke about Javascript frontend testing , here is now the introduction to code coverage. On the same topic, you have BrowserSwarm, which should allow you to automate your javascript testing accross browsers You have troubles  […]

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Content Security Policy (CSP)

On a similar topic as CORS and the same origin police I wrote some months ago, there is another initiative called Content Security Policy which is defined as follow in the Mozilla Developper Network CSP Page : Content Security Policy (CSP) is an added layer of security that helps to detect and  […]

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Browser Diet : How to lose weight in the browser ?

Browser Diet is an initiative to promote best practices on front end web performance. It includes so far 24 best practices on different categories : HTML Javascript CSS JQuery Images Server optimisation For each best practices, bad and good practices are introduced and a tool are suggested to  […]

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What if your next backend application would be only an API ?

Web site and application used to be built as following : On the server side, you had all the data, all the logic (what to display and when) and at the end, the server push the answer On the client side (ie in a browser mainly), you only have the rendering of the data and the layout  […]

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