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URIs Should Be Persistent

When you are creating a new URI for a site you are building, give it a lot of thought. You should aim to design a URI which can last forever. Of course, this is not news. Jakob Nielsen said it 10 years ago. But in the intervening 10 years, we’ve gone from URIs which typically [...]

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.NET 3.5 SP1 introduced ASP.NET Routing. This feature is primarily used by ASP.NET MVC and Dynamic Data. Routing is actually a very simple feature; here is what it does:

Stores a list of routes.
Translates an incoming URI into lists of values and tokens, and passes those lists to the handler specified on the route. In the [...]

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Columbus Architecture Group Lightning Talks

The Columbus Architecture Group, a special interest group for software architects, is hosting "lightning talks" (a series of short, 10-20 minute presentations) tonight, at 6:00 p.m. in the Quick Solutions offices. I will be presenting a talk on "The Structure and Interpretation of URIs." See the list of other topics at the link.
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The Web Is Just Text

In the beginning (around 1990 or so), the World Wide Web was composed of three parts:

HTML, a markup language for displaying rich documents
HTTP, a stateless protocol for communicating with a web server
The URI, a short, standardized reference to a network resource

Almost 20 years later, very little has changed, especially from the point of view of [...]

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