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Is is OK to use a non-primary key as the id in a rails resource?

I am getting ready to set up a resource for some new api calls to my rails application. I am planning on calling the resource devices ie resources :devices This is going to represent android ...
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Dealing with an often occuring dependency that is not related to the class

I'm using view classes for my templating. These view classes often require the Routing class to get URI's from other pages. You could actually say that the Routing should be available to every view ...
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Web Routing Standards

We are putting together an API to provide our vendors some simplistic direct access. I've built APIs before, and have always routed them as such: {controller}/{action}/{id} My boss, however doesn't ...
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Comparison of route formats

I'm developing a new application and I'm trying to come up with a convention for defining routes. Ideally, I would like it to be simple, flexible, and reversible. Here are some from popular ...
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Sub routing in a SPA site

I have a SPA site that I'm working on, I have a requirement that you can have subroutes for a page view model. Im currently using this 'pattern' for the site MyApp.FooViewModel = MyApp.define({ ...
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bad practice to have actions in web api controllers

I was creating a new action for a WebApi controller and tried to create a url using the following: @Url.RouteUrl("DefaultApi", new { httproute = "", controller = "ClientApi"}) and noticed that the ...
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When did the first “REST”-model and friendly URL web technology come to be?

Everyone knows that the "current" way to do things is to have user-readable URLs. Like: http://example.com/blog/edit/1234 Rather than: http://example.com/blog.php?action=edit&id=1234 When ...
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Why should I should url routes to the user in a single page application?

Why a single page application is a desktop client replacement why should I show certain url`s in the url bar of the browser. Why is mysite.com not enough. My question to you guys is now: What are ...
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How to go about designing an intermediate routing filter program to accept input and forward accordingly?

My predicament: I designed an app, written in Python, to read my mail and check for messages that contain a certain digital signature. It opens these and looks for keywords. If the message contains ...
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Should I implement slugs with my already fairly long URLs? [closed]

I'm considering implementing slugs in my blog. My blog uses MongoDB. One of the side-effects of using MongoDB is that it uses relatively long hex string IDs. Example before: ...
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What does path finding in internet routing do and how is it different from A*?

Note: If you don't understand this question then feel free to ask clarification in the comments instead of voting down, it might be that this question needs some more work at the moment. I've been ...
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How to temporarily save the result of the query, to use in another?

I have this problem I think you may help me with. P.S. I'm not sure how to call this, so if anyone finds a more appropriate title, please do edit. Background I'm making this application for ...
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In MVC, what is the difference between controller and router?

Do they mean the same thing (attaching URLs to actions, or actions to URLs) or is there any difference I'm missing? Example: http://github.com/dannyvankooten/PHP-Router vs. http://konstrukt.dk