…Backend as a Service. With a BaaS provider such as Parse, Google App Engine, or Azure Mobile Services, you don't even have to worry about provisioning resources on the cloud. Instead you just import an API wrapper into your mobile app and configure a few cookie cutter options on the BaaS provider's web site.
These providers make cloud-enabling your product incredibly simple. The tradeoff of using one versus the more traditional ‘cloud' is that costs rise exponentially …
Deploying Go Web Apps to Google App Engine
Using Google Geocoding and Street View Image APIs
Go andon and
A quick look at Martini
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Satish Talim and Victor Goff III from the team.
JoshSoftware a company driven by enthusiasm and passion and leading company in building innovative web applications - have now embraced …
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@neil_conway : If you're designing scalable systems, you should understand backpressure and build mechanisms to support it.
Scott Aaronson ...the brain is not a quantum computer. A quantum computer is good at factoring integers, discrete logarithms, simulating quantum physics, modest speedups for some combinatorial algorithms, none of these have obvious survival value. The …
Good story of how nearby.lk moved from Google App Engine to EC2 , nodejs, and mongodb. Migration decision based on: ease of development, performance and cost. GAE suffers from slow database operatations, costly over provisioning of instances, slow startup times lead to timeouts, low 1MB memcache size limit, bulk loads and exports of data a nightmare, search is slow. Like about nodejs: one programming language on client and server, portability, fast. Like from GAE: could see everything …
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The ability to customize the lock screen on iOS.
The ability to organize your springboard free-form.
The ability to add widgets to your home screen.
Quick access to key service toggles like Airplane Mode and Bluetooth.
The ability to Find My Friends without …
Party Playlist Picker is a Google App Engine application written in Python . It uses a Google+ share button so that partygoers can invite their friends to come edit a playlist in realtime. That feature is based on the Google App Engine channel API . It makes use of the gdata-python-client library to talk to YouTube and the google-api-python-client library to talk to Google+ . It's currently using version 1 of the YouTube API…
…architect our app with Heroku in mind, but it's not nearly as severe as hosting on Google App Engine. There's always been a reasonable solution for what we want to do.
Buying the Domain
Naming our website and acquiring the domain was probably the hardest thing to accomplish. We stumbled on Upworthy very late in the process. It was preceded by weeks of head scratching and hair pulling because the domain name industry is completely broken. It's been reported that if Obama…
…plugin to embed a git repository on your web page.
jQuery Core: Version 1.9 and Beyond - plans to drop support for and . This will mostly interest developers with no corporate app usage at all.
Google Compute Engine - your app on hosted by Google. The question is whether anyone will risk this given the App Engine pricing debacle.
He thought about generating bytecode. However, that doesn't work on Google App Engine. Furthermore, it was too implementation specific.
Using the ast module is more limited. However, it's easier to debug. Furthermore, it does not segfault the interpreter (at least starting in Python 2.7).
Using pure source code generation always works. However, it's very limited, and it's hard to debug without hacks.
The ast module is much better.
Jinja is way faster than Django…