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  • Contrasting Backbone and Angular

    Victor Savkin presents in detail the pros and cons of using Backbone.js and Angular.js to create web applications, comparing the two frameworks with each other.

  • Grails Best Practices

    Basic best practices for Grails projects gathered from mailing list, Stack Overflow, blogs, podcasts and internal discussions at IntelliGrape, categorized under controller, service, domain, views...

  • F# mobile development with WebSharper

    Functional programming languages can lead to novel ways of thinking about application development. There is just something about using a different paradigm that puts engineering problems into a new context. In such a spirit, Adam Granicz shows how F# and WebSharper can be used to tame mobile development.

  • Interview: François-Régis Sinot on Opa, a Web Development Platform

    An interview with François-Régis Sinot, an architect working on Opa which is a web development platform including a language, a built-in web server, database and distributed execution engine.

  • Learning Ruby on Rails with Michael Hartl

    Learning a new programming language can be a daunting task and at times difficult to know where to start. Now try to learn a new web framework at the same time and you have a recipe for confusion. We had the opportunity to talk with Michael Hartl about his approach to teaching people Ruby on Rails, his book the Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial, and the excellent video series with the same title.

  • Meet the Goliath of Ruby Application Servers

    PostRank Labs released an open source version of their Ruby web server framework powering PostRank. Goliath, is an asynchronous server designed for speed, leveraging key features of Ruby 1.9+. Goliath creates fast web and data services not unlike node.js but sticking with what Ruby developers know..Ruby. Discover how easy it can be to create manageable server-side services with Ruby.

  • Fulfilling the Promise of MVC

    When Trygve Reenskaug invented the MVC pattern for Smalltalk, he had originally envisaged that all models would come with default views and controllers. By combining Entity Framework 4, ASP.NET MVC, and his reflection-based view engine, Richard Pawson shows how that vision can be achieved using Naked Objects.

  • Interview and Book Excerpt: Test-Drive ASP.NET MVC

    Today, InfoQ publishes and excerpt(PDF) from Test-Drive ASP.NET MVC written by Jonathan McCracken. We also used the opportunity to interview the author. Test-Drive ASP.NET MVC gives a thorough introduction to ASP.NET MVC using Test Driven Development (TDD). The book is targeted at both existing ASP.NET developers as well as non Microsoft developers.

  • Architecting TekPub - Moving from ASP.NET MVC to Ruby on Rails

    TekPub is a web site devoted to developers, giving them a source of focused on-line training in various topics from Microsoft Entity Framework to writing your own blog engine using Ruby on Rails. They are an interesting case about company who started on ASP.NET MVC and quickly moved to Ruby on Rails. We had the opportunity to talk with them about their technology turnaround.

  • Unit and Integration Testing for GWT Applications

    Bertrand Paquet and Gael Lazzari of Octo Technology explore Unit Testing GWT applications and introduce their own open source gwt-test-utils framework to support unit and integration testing of GWT code with standard tools such as JUnit and Easymock.

  • A Comparison of Spring MVC and JAX-RS

    SpringSource's Rossen Stoyanchev introduces the Spring MVC REST features available in Spring 3 and relates them to JAX-RS, highlighting the similarities and differences between the two programming models.

  • Interview and Book Excerpt: ASP.NET MVC in Action

    Today, InfoQ publishes an excerpt from ASP.NET MVC in Action written by Jeffrey Palermo, Ben Scheirman and Jimmy Bogard. We also used the opportunity to interview the authors. ASP.NET MVC in Action covers the MVC framework in detail as well as using the implementation of http://codecampserver.com, written by the authors, as an example application throughout the book.

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