HTTP-RPC is an open-source framework allowing developers to create and access cross-platform polyglot RESTful web services using a convenient, RPC-like metaphor, while preserving fundamental REST principles such as statelessness and uniform resource access.
When people talk about Node.js powering the back-end web, they're often actually talking about Express. Just as jQuery and other frameworks smooth over the XmlHttpRequest work in the browser, Express.js works to make the experience on the server just as easy. In this Q&A, author Evan Hahn provides more context on Express and where it's going.
The approach to full stack testing can be daunting. There's more than one way to test, but how do you balance your efforts? In this article, David Copeland looks at solving that challenge.
HTTP/2 is poised to eliminate much of the waste that developers deal with, but is it a nail in WebSocket's coffin? Allan Denis tells us why HTTP/2 and WebSocket will coexist. 6
Jean-Jacques Dubray introduces a new pattern, State-Action-Model, that speeds up the development of modern applications and simplifies the interaction between the data model and the view. 72
Nir Cohen describes Wagon, which takes Python wheels, packages them together, adds metadata, and allows for offline extraction and installation.
Addison Wesley’s Clojure Recipes is a new book that aims to help developers to get deeper into Clojure, moving from a generic understanding of the language to setting up more complex projects.
AngularJS in Action by Lukas Ruebbelke is a hands-on book about AngulaJS. With AngularJS v.2 Beta just being released, InfoQ spoke with the author about the book and AngularJS direction.
Python Playground provides a large and varied collection of projects to show how Python can be used in such different contexts as ASCII art, birds simulation, interfacing to Raspberry Pi, and more.