By (author unknown) on February 9, 2011
I’ve been getting madder and madder about the increasing use of dorky web
links; for example,
twitter.com/timbray has become
Others have too; see
Breaking the Web with hash-bangs
Going Postel. It dawns on me
that a word of explanation might be in order for those who normally don’t
worry about all the bits and pieces lurking inside a Web address.
By Ben Lister on May 17, 2010
Starting with Safari 4, iPhone/iPad OS3, Chrome 5, and Opera 10.5 (Desktop), HTML5 Local Databases are now supported. I’ve been reading about local databases for quite some time and decided to do a write up with some basic examples on how to get started.
By adamwulf on April 30, 2010
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By John Mueller on October 8, 2009
Webmaster level: Advanced
Today we’re excited to propose a new standard for making AJAX-based websites crawlable. This will benefit webmasters and users by making content from rich and interactive AJAX-based websites universally accessible through search results on any search engine that chooses to take part. We believe that making this content available for crawling and indexing could significantly improve the web.
Some of the goals that we wanted to achieve with this proposal were: