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URIs Should Be Persistent When you are creating a new URI for a site you are building, give it a lot of thought. You should aim to design a URI which can last forever. Of course, this is not news. Jakob Nielsen said it 10 years ago. But in the intervening 10 years, we've gone from URIs which typically used to look something like this: http://www.example.com/foo.html ...which is fine, because if you go to such a link, you probably really will get HTML back, to URIs which (often) look something like this: http://www.exa...

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ASP.NET Routing and ASP.NET MVC .NET 3.5 SP1 introduced ASP.NET Routing. This feature is primarily used by ASP.NET MVC and Dynamic Data. Routing is actually a very simple feature; here is what it does: Stores a list of routes. Translates an incoming URI into lists of values and tokens, and passes those lists to the handler specified on the route. In the MVC framework, this feature is used to call the appropriate Controller/Action. Translates a list of values into a URI suitable for inclusion within an HTML page. In the...

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Columbus Architecture Group Lightning Talks The Columbus Architecture Group, a special interest group for software architects, is hosting "lightning talks" (a series of short, 10-20 minute presentations) tonight, at 6:00 p.m. in the Quick Solutions offices. I will be presenting a talk on "The Structure and Interpretation of URIs." See the list of other topics at the link....

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The Web Is Just Text In the beginning (around 1990 or so), the World Wide Web was composed of three parts: HTML, a markup language for displaying rich documents HTTP, a stateless protocol for communicating with a web server The URI, a short, standardized reference to a network resource Almost 20 years later, very little has changed, especially from the point of view of the server. To the list above, we have added client-side stuff like JavaScript and CSS, and HTML is now at version 4. But HTTP and the URI...
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