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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

The Thin Server Architecture Working Group

From The Wisdom of Ganesh:

Peter Svensson has set up a website where like-minded people can discuss the brave new world of applications whose common characteristic is that no aspect of presentation logic resides on the server side. I admit that's an overly broad-brush generalisation, and it will be necessary to read what the various authors of this camp have to say.

I thought about doing something similar when I first read about SOFEA. I'm glad to see that someone has taken on this challenge. However, doesn't it seem ironic that this site doesn't use SOFEA/SOUI for its own architecture?

IMO, if this site isn't written with some sort of SOFEA-based framework like it advocates, it's pretty much worthless.

Posted in The Web at Mar 19 2008, 09:23:56 AM MDT 2 Comments
Comments:

:) You're absolutely right Matt. The thing is that the site only contains static information at the moment, and even though I'm a vehement proponent of not creating the client on the server, right now it felt like there was no client to speak of. But I thought the same thing, so rest assured that as soon as I have bling to put up it will be TSA certified. Cheers, PS

Posted by Peter Svensson on March 19, 2008 at 11:13 AM MDT #

AFAIK, springframework.org is PHP...

Posted by Ron on March 19, 2008 at 07:05 PM MDT #

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