The Problem Is Not JSON Or XML, It Is About Data Context

There is an interesting discussion occurring regarding data transfer in web applications. The discussion has centered on the differences between JSON and XML in the¬†JavaScript heavy sites. It started with Norm Walsh commenting on Twitter and Foursquare removing support for XML in their APIs. The basic idea of his post was that if you are… Read More The Problem Is Not JSON Or XML, It Is About Data Context

Development Concerns Moving Away From The Controller

For many years, people have been concerned with how applications were structured. This concept became very popular with the client-server applications built with tools like PowerBuilder and Visual Basic. In the late 1990’s, there was a move towards 3-tier applications (client, middleware and server) as web development first started to take hold. As developers started… Read More Development Concerns Moving Away From The Controller