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Bookmarks tagged with “worldwideweb”

182 bookmarks by garrettc




True REST

A presentation about restful design.

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Most Minimal Python Web Framework

Flask-like framework in under 100 lines of code. Useful for learning.

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Startpage

Privacy focused search engine, with no tracking or search history

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Docker, Django, Traefik, and IntercoolerJS is My Go-To Stack for Building a SaaS in 2021

I provide a deeper-dive on the tech stack I like to use in 2021. It is simple, easy to work with, and allows you to grow out of it when the time comes. Updated for 2021!”

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Indie bookshelves

Setting up your own home for books on your site.

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15 rules for blogging, and my current streak

Matt Webb's guide to getting things out of your head.

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Carbolytics

"Carbolytics is a project at the intersection of art and research that aims to raise awareness and call for action on the environmental impact of pervasive surveillance within the advertising technology ecosystem (AdTech), as well as to provide a new perspective to address the social and environmental costs of opaque data collection practices."

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redbean – single-file distributable web server

"redbean makes it possible to share web applications that run offline as a single-file actually portable executable zip archive which contains your assets. […] redbean can serve 1 million+ gzip encoded responses per second on a cheap personal computer. […] It embeds the Lua programming language and SQLite which let you write dynamic pages. "

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Ruffle

Flash Player emulator written in the Rust programming language.

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Web Browser Engineering

How browsers work, demonstrated with Python.

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The Layers of the Web - Jeremy Keith - YouTube

"Together we'll uncover how to build resilient, performant, accessible and beautiful structures that work with the grain of the materials of the World Wide Web."

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MoMG: GiF GALLeRY

A collection of nearly 100,000 gifs.

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World of Ends

"What the Internet Is and How to Stop Mistaking It for Something Else."

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Hyperscript

"Hyperscript is an easy and approachable language designed for modern front-end web development."

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Web Development History

Internet history for developers and the technically curious

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How to win at CORS - JakeArchibald.com

"CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) is hard. It's hard because it's part of how browsers fetch stuff, and that's a set of behaviours that started with the very first web browser over thirty years ago. Since then, it's been a constant source of development; adding features, improving defaults, and papering over past mistakes without breaking too much of the web. Anyway, I figured I'd write down pretty much everything I know about CORS, and to make things interactive, I built an exciting new app:"

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The Future of CSS: Cascade Layers (CSS @layer)

"In the same way that Origins provide a balance of power between user and author styles, Cascade Layers provide a structured way to organize and balance concerns within a single Origin."

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404PageFound – Active Vintage Websites, Old Webpages, and Web 1.0

"404PageFound started in May 2009 with the goal of uncovering dated websites (generally from 1994-2001) that are still active and have avoided major updates."

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Towards richer colors on the Web | Darker Ink

"The study of color brings together ideas from physics (how light works), biology (how our eyes see), computing, and more. There is a long and rich history following the desire to be able to use richer materials and colors when creating visual art, and the same is true of the Web today."

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The Metaverse Primer

"The Metaverse: What It Is, Where to Find it, Who Will Build It?"

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Web Design History Timeline 1990-2021

Explore the timeline of milestones in the history of web design from 1990 to the present.

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The NGINX Handbook

"After going through the entire book, you should be able to: Understand configuration files generated by popular tools as well as those found in various documentation. Configure NGINX as a web server, a reverse proxy server, and a load balancer from scratch. Optimize NGINX to get maximum performance out of your server."

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Three futures: Exploring the future of web monetization

"This paper aims to kick-start this sort of discussion for Web Monetization by exploring its potential long-term impacts; positing both positive and negative ways the technology may change how we use the web, and providing recommendations to ensure they result in a more equitable, open, and diverse web."

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Web Platform Design Principles

This document contains a set of design principles to be used when designing Web Platform technologies.

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Mobile Operating System Market Share Worldwide

This graph shows the market share of mobile operating systems worldwide based on over 10 billion monthly page views.

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Wiby - Search Engine for the Classic Web

Wiby is a search engine for older style pages, lightweight and based on a subject of interest. Building a web more reminiscent of the early internet.

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new Clues

"Fifteen years ago, four of us got together and posted The Cluetrain Manifesto which tried to explain what most businesses and much of the media were getting wrong about the Web. These New Clues come from two of the authors of that manifesto, and of the book that followed."

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The Layers Of The Web

The opening presentation from the Beyond Tellerrand conference held in Berlin in November 2019.

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Web Almanac

The Web Almanac is an annual state of the web report combining the expertise of the web community with the data and trends of the HTTP Archive.

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Using the Platform

"Use the platform until you can’t, then augment what’s missing. And when you augment, do so with care because the responsibility of ensuring the security, accessibility, and performance that the platform tries to give you by default now falls entirely on you."

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Adversarial Interoperability

“Interoperability” is the act of making a new product or service work with an existing product or service: modern civilization depends on the standards and practices that allow you to put any dish into a dishwasher or any USB charger into any car’s cigarette lighter. But interoperability is just the ante. For a really competitive,…

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Stoplight

"Using Stoplight you can create OpenAPI descriptions, documentation, mock servers much faster than other API tools, with no specialized knowledge required in one centralized platform."

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Version Museum: A Visual History of Your Favorite Technology

Travel back in time to see what your favorite websites, operating systems, applicatons, and games used to look like. A huge gallery with lots of images showing older versions of technology.

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Start Performance Budgeting

"If you're building a web experience and want to stay fast, a performance budget can be critical. For success, embrace performance budgets and learn to live within them. Network & CPU limits on mobile can require asking hard questions like, "what is really important to my users?"

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dat:// — a peer-to-peer protocol

Dat is a community-driven project for distributed data syncronization.

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