We had a long weekend here in Hungary, but the web didn't. Here are few interesting things I came uppon in the last few days.
This is one of the news that was waiting in my reeder inbox this morning. Let's check it out a bit.
JSON API is extracted from the JSON transport implicitly defined by Ember Data's REST adapter. In general, Ember Data's goal is to eliminate the need for ad-hoc code per application to communicate with servers that communicate in a well-defined way.
As he puts it "The number of times I've come across a cool demo, only to be faced with a github repo and no live link - it just bums me out" - such a good idea. Obviously, this is suitable mainly for frontend projects.
Since the newest Ember.js release, I have had trouble determining the default target of an action, in a template.
Nowadays browsers, at least most of them, are becoming more like sandboxes. We developers can do lots of great stuff in a browser. But still, the web is full of not so good applications, of sites which are not as good as they should be. Why is that?