Web Apps

Build a lightning fast Web app with Spine

The way we program is always evolving, and Web apps are no exception. The surge in mobile-app development (iOS and Android) has reminded programmers about the beauty of pretty, well-funded commercial APIs. Developing apps for the Web can be extra frustrating, comparatively, due to limited functionality and differences in Web Read more…

Feeds

#Swat0 and a Salmon-like flow for RSS

This summer I joined other federated social Web implementors at the Federated Social Web Summit, it was a great, collaborative atmosphere where everyone was given space to share their implementation details and ideas for the future. As an early implementor of StatusNet’s original Open Microblogging federation protocol, I was really Read more…

Feeds

we need to create the data web

Later today i’ll share my ideas about 2-way feeds, OpenMicroBlogger and StatusNet. In 2008 I implemented the Open Microblogging 0.1 specification, in 2009 I migrated the OpenMicroBlogger federation feature to rssCloud because there was good support in WordPress and Laconi.ca as well. Now in 2010 i’ve added (partial) OStatus capability Read more…

Feeds

a #wp plug-in for mashing up Buzz, Facebook, Twitter and RSS

(this is a post I wrote about a tool called rssLike – it was published on the Structal blog: http://blog.structal.org/2010/06/activitystrea-ms-po-co-in-real-time-rsslike-is-a-wp-plug-in-for-mashing-up-buzz-facebook-twitter-and-rss/) Hi, thanks for stopping by to learn more about @rssLike. rssLike is a standards-based Like button that combines Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz together into a single button. It also Read more…