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2010

Let's make the web faster - Google Code

"Here are some statistics about the size, number of resources and other such metrics of pages on the world wide web. These are collected from a sample of several billions of pages that are processed as part of Google's crawl and indexing pipeline."

2009

Charles Web Debugging Proxy • HTTP Monitor / HTTP Proxy / HTTPS

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"Charles is an HTTP proxy / HTTP monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a developer to view all of the HTTP and SSL / HTTPS traffic between their machine and the Internet. This includes requests, responses and the HTTP headers (which contain the cookies and caching information)."

2008

InfoQ: Hypermedia in RESTful applications

Flickr's current approach of requiring that clients possess Flickr-specific knowledge in order to progress from one application state to another, is simply another way of saying that they have a proprietary application model. Not only is it proprietary th

2007

Ajaxian » CSS Sprite Generator Released

CSS Sprite is a single image file which contains several graphics. Using CSS background positions it’s possible to display any one of the graphics. By using a sprite you save on multiple http requests which helps speed up the rendering of your page.

blogrium » Blog Archive » Accept email in your apps with Mailhook

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Mailhook is the easiest way to accept email in your web apps. Using Mailhook, you can receive email directly into your scripts and applications as easy as handling a form post. This means that you have no excuse to not have an email interface to your application. At a high level, you can think of Mailhook as an email to HTTP adapter. We receive the email and pass it to your script via HTTP. All you have to do is make the script, hook it up, and you’ll be ready to accept email in your application.

mailhook - DevjaVu

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Using Mailhook, you can receive email directly into your scripts and applications as easy as handling a form post. This means that you have no excuse to not have an email interface to your application.