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To Wash It All Away (pdf)
the web is not for the faint (and yet it works) Anyways, my point is that browsers are too complex to be trusted. Unfortunately, youth is always wasted on the young, and the current generation of software developers is convinced that browsers need more features, not fewer. So, we are encouraged to celebrate the fact that browsers turn our computers into little Star Wars cantinas where every - one is welcome and you can drink a blue drink if you want to drink a blue drink and if something bad happens, then maybe a Jedi will save you, and if not, HEY IT’S A STAR WARS CANTINA YESSSSS. Space cantinas are fun, but they’re just a fantasy; they’re just a series of outlandish details stitched together to amuse and entertain. You have to open your eyes and see that in the real, non-hyperbolic world that you actually inhabit, your browser will frequently stop playing a video and then display flashing epilepsy pixels while making the sound that TVs make in Japanese horror movies before a pasty
technology  humour  web  software  complexity  standards  culture  observation  bestpractices  perception  internet  html  javascript  css 
april 2015 by amaah
Caret Navigation in Web Applications
heroic wrangling with the DOM range and other apis proving once again that implementing screen-oriented applications on a platform designed for document oriented usage is insanely challenging. The funny thing is that things mostly work on the web and most form-based apps are good enough
design  programming  development  dhtml  software  javascript  dom  browser  web  technology 
april 2012 by amaah
JSSpeccy: A ZX Spectrum emulator in Javascript
my first computer was a ZX Spectrum, these days we can emulate it in a web browser in javascript... How far we've come... The only missing thing is Daley Thompson's Decathlon
history  spectrum  software  programming  javascript  hack  emulation  technology  web  games  sinclair  zxspectrum  nostalgia 
october 2008 by amaah
Doloto: Code Splitting for Network-Bound Web 2.0 Applications (pdf)
fairly clever optimization techniques focusing on reducing perceived latency and leveraging incremental loading. Lots of javascript tricks - insert stubs and defer loading of code until needed. Compare to dojo.require
web  javascript  performance  html  dom  scripting  http  networks  technology  Microsoft  BUDS  via:glinden  filetype:pdf  media:document 
january 2008 by amaah
Applications vs. W3C DOM
July 2003: The DOM is "Good Enough". The tools are now mature enough (especially Mozilla's tooling). They could be improved however. What matters most is the ecosystem around the DOM as a platform, the tutorials, the canonical applications etc. BUDS!
architecture  dhtml  dom  javascript  programming  technology  toli  web  BUDS  interaction  http  latency  design  strategy  software  BestPractices  rest  internet  interface  performance  uri  resourcemodeling  comprehension 
july 2007 by amaah
JavaScript: the Big Divide
Peter-Paul Koch (ppk) revisits the argument we were having in 2002 Web vrs Applications in his presentation about the different tribes in the Great Game of rich web applications: web developers vrs application developers branded as java vrs javascript
web  programming  technology  javascript  java  culture  gwt 
march 2007 by amaah
Rich Web Application Backplane
The Great Game of Forms continues... Birbeck, Boyer and co present thoughts on standardizing core rich web app functionality that XForms or the DOM scripting frameworks can leverage. The WHATWG think they are doing the same thing.
web  technology  design  Architecture  forms  interaction  standards  xforms  ajax  DOM  scripting  software  xml  xhtml  html  browser  javascript  BUDS  GreatGame 
july 2006 by amaah
AJAX is great, except for the J and the X
when we look for the new browser to replace the AJAX browser we must make sure it keeps the same 'pain free' execution environment characteristics of the browser. So yes, put in server functionality, but make the server functionality disappear when the us
technology  software  web  dom  scripting  BestPractices  insight  analysis  offline  forms  development  programming  xml  language  http  caching  browser  schema  yaron  GreatGame  javascript  frameworks  microsoft  BUDS  interaction 
june 2006 by amaah
A (Re)-Introduction to JavaScript
Another re-introduction piece and quite insightful... Perhaps it's time for another State of the DOM address in this age of bleach
javascript  technology  software  language  programming  history  BestPractices 
march 2006 by amaah
Flickr's Godfather
The 3,000th photo I uploaded to Flickr is a howler... Flickr's Godfather or Flickr Goes Further
flickr  technology  web  dom  scripting  glitches  funny  whimsy  programming  development  javascript  dhtml  xmlhttp  errorhandling  design  photo  error  message  collage  godfather  sopranos  tv  toli 
july 2005 by amaah
Finally, Sisyphus, There's Help for Those Internet Forms
James Fallows on rich web applications that some would have us call bleach
web  technology  Design  dhtml  dom  scripting  javascript  forms  BUDS  interaction 
july 2005 by amaah
On Bleach, Entertainments, Forms, Atom, Kiss and Sexy MFs
Some ruminations on pragmatism, Bleached Unobtrusive Dom Scripting (BUDS), Forms, Atom, XForms, Glue, Infopath, "Entertainments", Kisses and the Sexy Mom Factor in Software...
technology  whimsy  bleach  entertainment  Forms  Atom  glue  language  kiss  dom  scripting  javascript  xforms  infopath  writing  music  fela  prince  black  mom  pragmatism  sex  bosworth  nigeria  ghana  congo  olomide  literature  GrahamGreene  software  ajax  toli  data  database  rest  BUDS  interaction 
june 2005 by amaah
JavaScript Shell
what more can I say... fodder for glue layer gremlins everywhere
technology  software  javascript  shell  glue  web  browser  development  hack  coding  cool  programming 
may 2005 by amaah
I wonder why buttons look like that
I'm not a designer. You might have noticed that, if you've ever seen, well, any HTML page I've ever done. I appreciate what they do, really I do, but my lack of even a shred of design talent sometimes makes me a bit unsympathetic to their desire to have w
technology  web  history  design  patterns  BestPractices  html  javascript  dhtml  http  usability 
may 2005 by amaah
XForms Patterns: Dynamic URLs and Google Maps
Well first RSS Readers in XForms, then Google Suggest in XForms, now Google Maps in XForms... I bow down to Mark Birbeck... He takes "show me the code" to a different level.
technology  web  programming  BestPractices  design  language  patterns  xforms  xml  xpath  google  ajax  coding  dthml  javascript  advocacy  adoption  standards  forms 
may 2005 by amaah
Ajax, Hard Facts, Brass Tacks ... and Bad Slacks
Mark Birbeck goes through the advocacy argument showing how XForms can potentially lower the barriers to entry for authors building applications so that high competency in dom scripting is no longer needed. If only browsers had good xforms implementations
technology  xforms  dom  scripting  javascript  authoring  adoption  ajax  standards  BestPractices  patterns  design  architecture  forms  BUDS  interaction 
april 2005 by amaah
60,000 Lines of Javascript
Insightful commentary from the Harry Fuecks PHP patterns community on my state of the DOM article on the importance of standards and codifying best practices "Javascript is too flexible"
technology  language  standards  design  patterns  architecture  DOM  javascript  php 
april 2005 by amaah
Weblications
Adam Rifkin's state of the web address from last Xmas
technology  design  web  architecture  dhtml  dom  scripting  javascript  rich  BUDS  interaction  http  rest 
april 2005 by amaah
On GMail and DHTML architecture again
GMail's architecture is actually very generic for a DHTML app. Everyone with a clue should be trying to leverage the browser and that, in essence, is all they are doing.
architecture  dhtml  programming  technology  web  javascript  xml  patterns  html  UI  udell  conversation  history  observation  adoption  dom  scripting  xmlhttp  interaction  IBM  Lotus  K-station  oddpost  yahoo  google  gmail  toli  BUDS  BestPractices 
november 2004 by amaah
On rich web applications, AlphaBlox and Oddpost
In which we lay out the history of rich web applications at Lotus, IBM and beyond, present design patterns and articulate the theory of the rich web application and the Great Game of BUDS (Bleached Unobtrusive Dom Scripting) in the tangled web
DHTML  IBM  software  technology  toli  web  javascript  design  architecture  history  oddpost  REST  DOM  scripting  BUDS  interaction  BestPractices 
october 2004 by amaah

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