…that's the best way to prevent breakage. Like the Cool URIs don't change . Which means this isn't much of a problem in the wild and even if it was, would still have big holes with direct links break.says:
Good explain what all the possible attributes of a resource are. They explain the possible values of those attributes. The options available and so forth. Thinking that we can meaningfully derive … docs
…does not terminate chunked transfer-encoding properly. Issue #116
Mechanize no longer raises an exception when multiple identical radiobuttons are checked. Issue #214 by Matthias Guenther
Fixed documentation for pre_connect_hooks and post_connect_hooks. Issue #226 by Robert Poor
Worked around ruby 1.8 run with -Ku and ISO-8859-1 encoded characters in URIs. Issue #228 by Stanislav O.Pogrebnyak
Basline A . for Developers
In parallel Concurrency is not : keeping your gophers busy and learning a thing or two about Go. (it's better)
Domains Domains in node.js, what to expect . Looks like a killer feature.
Data-size optimization in dynamic languages is the new cycle counting"
The benefits of decentralized addressing and routing via URIs, he argues, keep administrators' decisions (and mistakes) from having a peripheral impact, so "the damage is limited to that person's URI space." He goes on to say that web architecture provides a framework for standardization because URIs give the motley horde of administrators a fixed set of parameters for routing. Therefore, there's less variation for developers to consider - and what complexity prevails …
…DNS, the network stack, and the Internet backbone operators." Because URIs are used to address nodes and resources, the technologies are then shared across the web. Everyone within the environment, therefore, reaps the benefits without necessarily even realizing the topology has shifted.
Although we arrive at a different conclusion on the matter, you can't argue with his assessment of what's going on behind the scenes. In fact, a paper we've referenced several times in …
Meta refresh URIs are now escaped (excluding %). Issue #177
Fix charset name extraction. Issue #180
Tempfiles for storing response bodies are unlinked upon creation to avoid possible lack of finalization. Issue #183
The default maximum history size is now 50 pages to avoid filling up a disk with tempfiles accidentally. Related to Issue #183
Errors in bodies with deflate and gzip responses …
…per-directory .rvmrc files to set per-application environment variables for configuration (e.g. DB URIs,keys, etc.) on our dev machines.
summarized the changes over ( Ruby 1.9.3 Release Candidate 1 (What's new?))
Gem and : Doing it Right « Got Your Tongue?
Process your uploads in the background by uploading …
…UIWebViewDelegate's webView:shouldStartLoadWithRequest:navigationType:). Our web page can emit URIs of various kinds, some ‘http:' and some ‘platformintegration:'. If our code sees a ‘ platformintegration:' URI, it processes it itself, and leaves all other URIs to load normally. Let's look at some details.
If you take a look at the platform_integration.js snippet, you'll notice the following line:
window.location = 'platformintegration:formchanged'; …
…http://localhost:9292/version/whatever/doesnt/matter , you'll see "infinity 0.1" and for all the URIs not starting with /version - http://localhost:9292 - you'll see the env hash inspect string!
Please note that :
/versionsomething WILL NOT show the version, but will display the env inspect.
When you have multiple map blocks, URIs are tried from longest length to shortest length.
Nesting map blocks
Let's say you feel like adding information …
all URIs. You will find yourself rewriting your URI patterns all over your code whenever one place references another one.
In JAX-RS you can design your code to wrap URI Builder in your project and only duplicate URIs once. But still there is one duplication, it is not refactor friendly and it is up to the developer to remember using this pattern.
Back in january 2009, Vraptor adopted a proxy approach that is refactor friendly and type safe , two important characteristics from …