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Apr
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revised Could Hindley-Milner inference work for the Go language?
wikipedia link for "hindley milner"
Apr
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May
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comment What are the chances of Google's Go becoming a mainstream language?
It's been five years - what do you think now?
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Mar
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revised Difference between Web API and Web Service?
terminology tag
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Mar
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comment Difference between Web API and Web Service?
See also StackOverflow: What is the difference between a web API and a web service?
Feb
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Feb
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comment What to call pure JavaScript standalone (web)apps for which I've not written any server side code?
This is the right answer. Stack Overflow now even has a tag for single-page-applications. I stumbled across the term when browsing the new beta site for software recommendations.
Feb
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accepted What to call pure JavaScript standalone (web)apps for which I've not written any server side code?
Feb
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revised Unit of Work pattern
copyedit english usage: everyone of us -> every one of us, etc
Feb
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Jan
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comment What to call pure JavaScript standalone (web)apps for which I've not written any server side code?
@RobertHarvey: I'm not looking for a new name. I'm asking if a term for this is already in use as part of programming terminology. The "conceptual programming topic" is described, I'm just wondering what people call it. If there's no standard name then that's a perfectly good answer.
Jan
5
comment What to call pure JavaScript standalone (web)apps for which I've not written any server side code?
By the way I'm not polling for a good term if there's not already a standard term, I just thought there might be other people making such tools and that perhaps a common name for them was already in use.
Jan
5
comment What to call pure JavaScript standalone (web)apps for which I've not written any server side code?
Actually some of my code of this type will consume web APIs if it can access them, but will still function as best it can without them. Example: A currency converter. It would try to get current exchange rates, but if it couldn't it would give you conversions based on previously stores rates and warn how stale they are.
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Sep
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revised What are CPU registers?
terminology tag for asking to get terms defined
Sep
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Jul
29
revised Is there an explicit word for non-abstract class?
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