Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Another busy week is over. I didn't get out to many sites this week as I had some projects that took a lot of time. But I did manage to find a few interesting links for your Friday afternoon reading:
How application and connection strings work in Windows Azure Web Sites: We've used these in some posts in the past, but a refresher is always welcome.
The Stream Handbook: How to write Node.js applications that use streams.
Rails 3.2.14.rc2 released: New RC of Rails.
Value objects: An explanation of value objects in Ruby.
Regex Crossword: A resource for learning regular expressions.
Another 9 ways to optimize your front-end performance: Make your front-end faster.
Building apps with the Yeoman workflow: An introductory tutorial for working with Yeoman.
Making a better, somewhat prettier, but definitely more functional Windows command-line: A few command-line options for Windows.
JSHint gutter for Sublime Text: Adds an icon to offending lines.
The Reactive Manifesto: What makes up a reactive application and why you should be building reactive applications.
What is claims-based authentication?: If you are unfamiliar with claims-based authentication, this is a good place to start.