ENTRIES TAGGED "coverflow"

Four short links: 27 July 2011

Four short links: 27 July 2011

Coverflow Javascript, Voice APIs, Liberal Acceptance Ruins Everything, and Mobile HTTP Pipelining

  1. ContentFlow — Javascript library to provide CoverFlow-like behaviour.
  2. Twilio Client SDK — 1/4 cent/minute API-to-API calls, embeddable in browser apps.
  3. Postel’s Principle Reconsidered (ACM) — The Robustness Principle was formulated in an Internet of cooperators. The world has changed a lot since then. Everything, even services that you may think you control, is suspect. Excellent explanation of how interoperability and security are harder than they should be because of Postel’s Law (“Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others.”, RFC 793). (via Mike Olson)
  4. HTTP Pipelining on MobilesHTTP pipelining has a much higher adoption amongst mobile browsers. Opera Mini, Opera Mobile and the Android browser all use HTTP pipelining by default. Together they account for about 40% of mobile browsing. If you’re developing a mobile site, your site is experiencing HTTP pipelining daily, and you should understand how it works. (via John Clegg)
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