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Feb
2nd

February 2015 Issue of Linux Journal: Web Development

Author: Shawn Powers | Files under syndicated


Under Construction

I think it was in the late 1990s, possibly into the 2000s, when it was
common to put a cutesy graphic on the bottom of your Web page letting
everyone know your site more>>


Jan
29th

PostgreSQL, the NoSQL Database

Author: Reuven Lerner | Files under syndicated

One of the most interesting trends in the computer world during the past
few years has been the rapid growth of NoSQL databases. The term may
be accurate, in that NoSQL databases don’t use SQL in order to store
and retrieve data, but that’s about where the commonalities end. NoSQL
databases range from key-value stores to columnar databases to
document databases to graph databases.
more>>


Dec
2nd

Readers’ Choice Awards 2014

Author: Shawn Powers | Files under syndicated

It’s time for another Readers’ Choice issue of Linux
Journal
! The format
last year was well received, so we’ve followed suit making your voices
heard loud again. I couldn’t help but add some commentary in a few places,
but for the most part, we just reported results. Please enjoy this year’s
Readers’ Choice Awards!
more>>


Oct
20th

Discourse

Author: Reuven Lerner | Files under syndicated

Back when I started to use the Internet in 1988, there was a simple
way to get answers to your technical questions. You would go onto
“Netnews”, also known as Usenet, and you would post your question to
one of the forums. There were forums, or “newsgroups”, on nearly
every possible topic, from programming languages to religions to
humor. more>>


Sep
18th

Geolocation

Author: Reuven Lerner | Files under syndicated

There’s an old saying in the real-estate business that the three most
important things in a property are location, location and location.
We can assume this is still true when it comes to real estate,
but it also is increasingly true when it comes to Web applications. more>>


May
27th

TogetherJS

Author: Reuven Lerner | Files under syndicated

Want to add real-time collaboration to your Web application? Mozilla’s
TogetherJS is worth a look.
more>>


May
12th

Siege Your Servers!

Author: Shawn Powers | Files under syndicated

Setting up Web servers is fairly simple. In fact, it’s so simple that
once the server is set up, we often don’t think about it anymore. It
wasn’t until I had a very large Web site rollout fail miserably that I
started to research a method for load-testing servers before releasing
a Web site to production.
more>>


Apr
30th

Debugging Web Sites

Author: Dave Taylor | Files under syndicated

I know, I’m in the middle of a series of columns about how to work
with ImageMagick on the command line, but when other things arise, well, I
imagine that a lot of you are somehow involved in the management
of servers or systems, so you all understand firefighting.
more>>


Apr
17th

Image Manipulation with ImageMagick

Author: Dave Taylor | Files under syndicated

I’ve spent a lot of time in my column talking about text processing and
analysis, with the basic assumption that if you’re using the command line,
you’re focused on text. more>>


Mar
20th

A Shining Ruby in Production Environments

Author: Fabrizio Soppelsa | Files under syndicated

Even the most beautiful Rails application can lose its elegance if not
deployed correctly. Like other Ruby frameworks or languages, such as
Sinatra, Rails is based on the Rack interface. This article
provides a basic introduction to Rack hosting and Rack-based application
deployments.
more>>