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Data visualization made easy by APIs

More and more every day, it’s a data-driven business world. Whether it’s to find the consumers most likely to buy a product right now, or to make sure an online experience is fast and flawless, data is the key to maximizing results.  177 more words

Web Performance

The Evolution of the Web Page

The Web was originally intended to help researchers share documents as static pages of linked text formatted in HTML. From there, Web pages quickly evolved to include complex structures of text and graphics, with plug-in programs to play audio and video files or to stream multimedia content. 170 more words

Website Performance

WebSockets in ASP.NET

Using http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/617611/Using-WebSocket-in-NET-4-5-Part-1 as a guide.

Here’s a list of things I’ve had to do to get WebSockets working on Windows 8 in IIS8:

  • Configure IIS to have ASP supported in Programs & Features > Features > Inernet Information Services > World Wide Web Services > Application Development Services.
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Rich Internet Applications

The Rich User Experience and Gmail

Welcome to the fourth week of my Web 2.0 blog. This week I will be talking about Rich User Experience within Web 2.0. Firstly, where does the term ‘ 296 more words

Web 2.0

My adventures in front-end-land

My adventures in front-end-land or two backbone apps later… Lessons learned.

I have to admit, I’ve been a secret admirer of great front end developers. I thought my brain wasn’t wired for HTML/JS/CSS. 1,702 more words

Architecture

This week I examine Tim O’Reilly’s fourth Web 2.0 pattern: Rich User Experience.  So firstly, what is a “Rich user experience”? I think James Ward explains it better than most in saying it is a… 711 more words

Web 2.0