When using django, most of us use the ‘runserver’ that comes with Django. For the most part, it’s great and allows us to get things done quickly.
Where it starts to run into problems is when working on web-apps that make a lot of ajax calls or load media.
Ajax calls are especially important as the [...]
I have a new project that I am starting, and instead of using the familiar subversion for source control, I figured this was a great time to check out Git. An added bonus is we are looking at switching over to it at work – two birds.
The first thing you need to do is install [...]
“web servers can be clustered such that the architecture can be horizontally scaled with money. You can fix scaling issues by throwing hardware at it.“
The API, or Application Programming Interface, in simple terms, is a set of libraries which can be called which provide linked or shared functionality. In the past, this API was available [...]
What is PostRank?
PostRank is a scoring system developed by AideRSS to rank any kind of online content, such as RSS feed items, blog posts, articles, or news stories. PostRank is based on social engagement, which refers to how interesting or relevant people have found an item or category to be.
Public-facing RESTful API’s are becoming more [...]
I decided recently that I wanted to be able to run Ruby on Rails applications from my webserver. For those who don’t know me, RPM database integrity is a huge issue for me (I do not just install from source on my server!).
Since I had some time this weekend, I decided it was about time [...]