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You don’t need to know “Dependency Injection” – Hacker Noon
...as much as possible, allow whatever isn’t core to what a module does to be pluggable, instead of internalizing (and thus tightly coupling) a specific implementation
dependencyinjection  programming  architecture  webdev 
january 2018 by brettveenstra
Frappe Charts
Simple, responsive, modern SVG Charts with zero dependencies
javascript  library  svg  visualization  opensource  webdev  graph  chart 
december 2017 by brettveenstra
The ASP.NET Web API 2 HTTP Message Lifecycle in 43 Easy Steps
Anyone who works with ASP.NET Web API should check out this poster that Microsoft created to explain the Request/Response Pipeline that Web API utilizes. It's amazing, and if you do any work in Web
programming  overview  development  webdev  aspnetwebapi  architecture  reference  webapi 
november 2016 by brettveenstra
9 Security Tips to Keep Express from Getting Pwned
Security is really hard to get right. There are so many different factors to consider, countless different ways to break an application. This is just as true with Express applications as it is with
tips  webdev  webadmin  security  bestpractice  node.js 
september 2016 by brettveenstra
MPEG-DASH Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP
Key-Targets and benefits of MPEG-DASH:

Reduction of startup delays and buffering/stalls during the video
Continues adaptation to the bandwidth situation of the client
Client-based streaming logic enabling highest scalability and flexibility
Use of existing and cost-effective HTTP-based CDNs, proxies, caches
Efficient bypassing of NATs and Firewalls by the usage of HTTP
Common Encryption – signaling, delivery & utilization of multiple concurrent DRM schemes from the same file
Simple splicing and (targeted) ad insertion
Support for efficient trick mode
architecture  technology  video  html5  webdev  webdesign 
july 2016 by brettveenstra
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