HTTP ALL THE THINGS: Simplifying Rich Applications by Respecting the Rules of the Web

A session at MidwestPHP Conference 2014

Sunday 16th March, 2014

1:00pm to 1:45pm (CST)

A new model for designing web applications has emerged, driven by client-side JavaScript frameworks, new browser features, and increased expectations for rich user experiences. This talk will take you on a tour of one such framework (AngularJS), and will show you how building a backend optimized for it can also mean building a backend optimized for the web. By leveraging often-overlooked features of HTTP, you can create cleaner architectures, with simpler, better, and more consistent HTTP APIs.

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Nate Abele

Maker of invisible cathedrals (i.e. #Li3 & @angularui router); likes: freedom & breaking barriers; get to work w/ awesome people at @radify (Photo: @coates) bio from Twitter

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Time 1:00pm1:45pm CST

Date Sun 16th March 2014

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