Monthly Archives: October 2014

Handling JavaScript Dependencies with Gradle

In the Java world and with build tools like Maven or Gradle, you are used to declarative dependency management. Simply declare which libraries and versions you need, and let the build tool download and package these libs for you. The … Continue reading

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TCP and HTTP for web developers

When developing web applications, you can do some mistakes related to basic peculiarities of TCP and HTTP. The post explains some of the pain points and shows approaches to avoid such problems.

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JavaScript Caching – Adopting Perfect Caching for JS Apps

The Problem JavaScript Single-Page-Applications tend to consist of a lot of JavaScript files. Several hundreds of JS files are no exception. When accessing these applications using a web browser, every single JavaScript file has to be fetched using a distinct … Continue reading

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