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The Appeal of the Lift Web Frameworks

By Richard Dallaway
July 10, 2013

Lift is one of the better-known web frameworks for Scala. Version 2.5 has just been released, so it seems like a good time to show features of Lift that I particularly like. Lift is different from other web frameworks (in …

eZ Publish: A CMS Framework with Open Source in Its DNA

By Meghan Blanchette
June 5, 2013

There are a variety of options when it comes to content management. We’ve explored Drupal a bit, and in this email interview I talked to some folks who work with eZ Publish. It is an open source (with commercial options) …

ASP.NET web API rocks

By Rachel Roumeliotis
August 28, 2012

Glenn Block (@gblock) is an O’Reilly author and senior program manager on the Windows Azure Team at Microsoft. We sat down recently to talk about the newly released ASP.NET Web API Framework, which he helped develop, and why it will …

What is jQuery?

By Matthew David
October 11, 2010

How do you explain jQuery? You may be new to JavaScript libraries or your boss wants to know why you should use jQuery over some other tool. The focus of this blog is to step back and explain at a very high level what jQuery is and why its so popular.

3 Design Patterns Built Into AS 3

By Jesse Freeman
August 10, 2009

Advance Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. Each AFT is designed to be quickly digested, usually only taking a few minutes to get up and running, and contains valuable information you can directly apply to your next Flash campaign. In this AFT I will go over - 3 Design Patterns Built Into AS 3

No Fooling Around, (ASP.NET_MVC = (OSS) => OSS.MS-PL) == true

By M. David Peterson
April 2, 2009

Furthering their effort to "Make Web Not War.", today Microsoft announced the release of the ASP.NET MVC Framework under the OSI approved MS-PL OSS license.

FrameworkQuest 2008 Part 3: Framework Agnostic Views with PureMVC

By Tony Hillerson
November 21, 2008

Last week we took a look at how to clean up our Twitter client by using Cairngorm to separate the concerns according to the time honored MVC architectural pattern. Now we’re going to see how it feels to work with...

MVC As Anti-Pattern

By Brian Lesser
October 11, 2008

Recently I asked a group of developers to review how they build Web applications. With over 100 ColdFusion applications/sites in place, I wanted to see what we could do to reduce the cost of adding new applications and new features...

The Origins of MVC

By Andrew Trice
June 25, 2008

While there has recently been an increase in the buzz regarding frameworks, design patterns, and MVC architectures, they really are not new concepts. In fact, the MVC design pattern has probably been around longer than a number of the people actively reading this blog.

Understanding The Architecture of a Rich Internet Application

By Andrew Trice
February 7, 2008

Whether you are using Flex, Ajax, Silverlight, JavaFx, or some other RIA technology, the basic architecture is going to be pretty similar... In most cases you will typically have have a stateful client application and a separate services layer on the backend. It is important to understand this differentiation, and to understand that this plays a huge role in how you design and build your applications.


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