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Regressive Web Apps
"This year’s event showed just how big Google is, and how it doesn’t have one party line when it comes to the web and native. At the same time as there were talks on Service Workers and performance for the web, there was also an unveiling of Android Instant Apps—a full-frontal assault on the web. If you thought it was annoying when websites door-slammed you with intrusive prompts to install their app, just wait until they don’t need to ask you anymore."
android  app  native  webdevelopment  chrome  url  userexperience 
may 2016 by garrettc
My URL isn’t your URL | daniel.haxx.se
When I started the precursor to the curl project, httpget, back in 1996, I wrote my first URL parser. Back then, the universal address was still called a URL :…
curl  http  programming  reference  url  history 
may 2016 by garrettc
Design the perfect URL
Faruk Ates at .net magazine on everything you should know about URLs. Basic level stuff but there's a very useful section on namespacing features.
http  webdevelopment  protocol  usability  url 
june 2012 by garrettc
REST Anti-Patterns
"...typical examples of attempted RESTful HTTP usage that create problems and show that someone has attempted, but failed, to adopt REST ideas."
architecture  development  documentation  howto  http  information  interface  programming  reference  rest  url  webservices  patterns  tips  restful 
july 2008 by garrettc
Active URLs
OmniTI hasve made all their urls complete sentences, starting each path with an active verb: /is/hiring, /helps/ning etc. Useful or gimmicky?
informationarchitecture  fun  design  interesting  language  semantics  url  webdevelopment 
april 2008 by garrettc
Web design 2.0 - it’s all about the resource and its URL
Or as Tom Coates so beautifully puts it: "Identify your first order objects and make them addressable."
advice  architecture  data  design  URL  REST  principles  trends  webdevelopment  restful 
january 2008 by garrettc
Well Designed URLs are Beautiful!
Mike Schinkel's succinct list of rules for well designed, hackable URLs
address  design  information  userinterface  browser  url  elegance  webdevelopment 
october 2006 by garrettc

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