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Should we still care about _escaped_fragment_ and alternate HTML generation for Single Page Applications?

A few months ago I started a project, which will have two parts – business client overview panel (AngularJS SPA) and public front-end (dynamic HTML with progressive enchancements via XHR). I'd really ...
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What are security advantages of Google Caja over using the web worker API? [closed]

I am currently looking into Google Caja to run user-supplied JS code in the browser and in Node. So far, I understand, that, in a browser context, "cajoled code" disallows reading and messing with ...
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1answer
215 views

How does google code prettify works? [closed]

I am using google code prettify. After a page renders, I decided to check how <code> and <pre> tags and their contents were manipulated. But in view source, I found no changes were made ...
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1answer
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How do I mashup Google Maps with geolocated photos from one or more social networks? [closed]

I'm working on a proof of concept for a project, and I need to pin random photos to a Google Map. These photos can come from another social network, but need to be non-porn. I've done some research ...
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2answers
769 views

Google Maps-based desktop application [closed]

I want to build a desktop application which has google maps embedded to it. This app should have a thread to read coordinate data online a usb microphone to use. This application will move the google ...
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6answers
597 views

Does heavy JavaScript use adversely impact Googleability?

I've been developing the client-side for my web-app in JavaScript. The JavaScript can communicate with my server over REST (HTTP)[JSON, XML, CSV] or RPC (XML, JSON). I'm writing writing this ...
2
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1answer
960 views

Why hasn't Caja been popular? [closed]

Google released Caja around 2008(Capability JavaScript). It is still mainly a laboratory language. But XSS and other attacks would be prevented if there was widespread integration of Caja.
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Do CDNs (such as MSFT and Google) act on the referrer header sent by clients?

Will my site be automatically indexed, or search ranking affected based on my use (or non use) of the Google/MSFT CDN? My clients will be sending them the referrer header which I may or may not want ...
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2answers
162 views

Trimming script size by using array notation for frequently accessed properties

I noticed some redundancy in a script I ran through Google Closure Compiler. (function(){function g(a){var k;if(a){if(a.call)a.prototype=j,a.prototype[e]={}}else a= {};var ...
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What does Google or Microsoft get by hosting JS files on their Content Delivery Networks (CDN)?

As you know Google, Microsoft and jQuery.com offer JS files on their CDN. To do this, they must need to operate significant servers which must come at a cost to them. Why do they do this and what do ...