Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Node.js and the JavaScript Age

"The JavaScript age is about event streams. Modern web pages are not pages, they are event-driven applications through which information moves. The core content vessel of the web — the document object model — still exists, but not as HTML markup. The DOM is an in-memory, efficiently-encoded data structure generated by JavaScript.

LAMP architectures are dead because few web applications want to ship full payloads of markup to the client in response to a small event; they want to update just a fragment of the DOM, using JavaScript. AJAX achieved this, but when your server-side LAMP templates are 10% HTML and 90% JavaScript, it’s clear that you’re doing it wrong."
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