Here are the slides and links from the talk I just gave at the Delta V conference. I had ten minutes, but to be honest, just saying the name of the talk tells you everything.
I’ve said it before: if your client-side MVC framework does not support server-side rendering, that is a bug. It cripples performance.
The difference between back-enders and front-enders is that the first work in only one environment, while the second have to work with myriad of environments that may hold unpleasant surprises.
I have doubts about Angular 1.x’s suitability for modern web development. If one is uncharitably inclined, one could describe it as a front-end framework by non-front-enders for non-front-enders.
Watch this space.
Jeff Noon and Markov chains—a heavenly match by Dan.
VC funding that actually makes sense, from the always-sensible Maciej Cegłowski.
This is me battling the zombies of the linkrot apocalypse. With a squirrel.
Chris Shiflett gets behind the rev="canonical" movement. This thing is really gaining momentum.
rev="canonical" has a posse.
A rundown of microformat-extracting tools. "Ultimately, microformats are a bit like plumbing. They donâ€™t do very much on their own, but if you make use of the data they provide, you can quickly and easily create useful functionality your visitors â€¦
The creator of PHP offers an antidote to the profusion of frameworks out there.