Articles tagged 'www'

QR Codes and the Great Unpleasantness

QR Codes are suddenly everywhere ... what are they, how do they work and how can you use them effectively?

Web Assembly (WASM) on ESP32 with WAMR

porting WAMR to run WebAssembly on an $5 ESP32 CPU

ZOMBIE: Remote control of the DOM

What if you could have a rich web frontend without developing one?

WASTE: Web Abstract Syntax Tree Editor

Editing an AST in the browser

MicroPython with WebUSB!

Improving the out-of-box experience for MicroPython using WebUSB

The Emperor's New Closure: Functional Programming in Javascript

Credit Gateway Policies

Squawk.CC -- The true story

Distributed Disruption of Surveillance ...

OSDC 2014 Gold Coast

My presentations at OSDC 2014 on the Gold Coast!

The Selfish Secret: Logins Without Passwords

Perhaps instead of looking at cookies as a proxy for passwords, we should be looking at passwords as a transport mechanism for secrets! The desired result is to share a secret key between the server and one or more browsers, and the password is merely a mechanism to prove the browser worthy of the secret ...

Tranquil APIs

Tranquil is a protocol framework which is designed to be very simple and very extensible.

Django REST Framework

Django REST Framework: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Presented at MelbDjango 0.9 on 6 Feb 2014

Static Sites using jQuery to appear Dynamic

A couple of people have mentioned that while they like the idea of offloading their site to a CDN, they're not ready to have their site look like some relic from 1999 ...

Static vs. Dynamic Sites

The current storm in a teacup seems to be about static vs. dynamic website design. As usual, this is a False Dichotomy ... actually, there's a whole range of options to explore.

Imagine There's No URLs

Image a WWW using Cryptographic Hash URIs instead of URLs.

Making "data" URLs

Python in the Browser