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Building a web app with functional programming

Summary

  1. Building a web app with functional programming series :bookmark:
  2. Definition of production ready :bookmark:
  3. Elm – part I :bookmark:
  4. Elm – part II :bookmark:
  5. Haskell – part I :bookmark:
  6. Haskell – part II :bookmark:
  7. Nixos :bookmark:

This is the last article of this series and will focus on my experience with NixOS.
In a nutshell, NixOS is a operating system based on Linux that provides a declarative package and configuration management.

Please note this article was written upon my experience that started months ago. I know there have been great improvements since and people are making NixOS better everyday. So this post may not be relevant anymore in a near future.

Let me begin by writing why I chose NixOS. When I started PatchGirl, I originally thought I would have my hands full with learning Elm and improving my Haskell knowledge. I hence went with a more traditional Docker approach.
My concern at

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CS142 Web Programming and Security

Winter 2009

The web uses complex applications that run on heterogeneous
browsers that may be built using programming technologies such as
Javascript, AJAX, Google Web Toolkit, Apache Struts, Java Server
Faces, and Rails. This course covers how core web technologies
work; common security vulnerabilities; and how to build secure web
applications that avoid them.

Prerequisities: CS107 and CS108.

Administrative

Lectures: Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
11:00-11:50am, CERAS 300
Sections: Friday, 4:15-5:05pm, in 380-380Y.
Newsgroup: su.class.cs142 (for discussion with TAs
and other students)
Questions for TAs: cs142ta@cs.stanford.edu

Final

  Time Location
Regular Friday Mar-20-2009 08:30-11:30AM HERRIN T175
Alternate Thursday Mar-19-2009 08:30-11:30AM HERRIN T175

Note: if you need to take the alternate final and have not yet told us, contact the TAs now

The final will be open-book and open-laptop, but not open-Internet: you will need to disable your wireless receivers.

Review Session Slides

Projects

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Due: Wednesday, January 14, 11:59pm

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What is Apache? – What is a Web Server?

Apache is the most widely used web server software. Developed and maintained by Apache Software Foundation, Apache is an open source software available for free. It runs on 67% of all webservers in the world. It is fast, reliable, and secure. It can be highly customized to meet the needs of many different environments by using extensions and modules. Most WordPress hosting providers use Apache as their web server software. However, WordPress can run on other web server software as well.

What is a Web Server?

Wondering what the heck is a web server? Well a web server is like a restaurant host. When you arrive in a restaurant, the host greets you, checks your booking information and takes you to your table. Similar to the restaurant host, the web server checks for the web page you have requested and fetches it for your viewing pleasure. However, A web server

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Internet Statistics: Web Growth, Internet Growth

Internet Statistics: Web Growth, Internet Growth

Growth and Usage of the Web and the Internet


Introduction

Want to know how big the Internet is? How fast is it growing? Will
it ever stop? These pages are meant to be a collection of Internet
statistics in one place. A good bit of this, especially the web
growth data, was researched by me personally. Other information is
credited appropriately on the individual pages.

If you want to publish these statistics in any form,
you are granted permission under the conditions that, if the data
originated with me, you include explicit credit to “Matthew Gray of
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology”. This includes permission
to include in newspaper, magazine, newsletter and journal articles,
presentations, memos, web sites, and marketing material, assuming
proper credit is given. You are not required to notify me of your use
of this data, but feel free to

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Welcome to the SICP Web Site

Welcome to the SICP Web Site




Wizard Book n. Hal Abelson’s, Jerry Sussman’s
and Julie Sussman’s Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
(MIT Press, 1984; ISBN 0-262-01077-1), an excellent computer science text used
in introductory courses at MIT. So called because of the wizard on the jacket.
One of the bibles of the LISP/Scheme world. Also, less commonly, known as the
Purple Book.

from The New Hacker’s Dictionary, 2nd edition
(MIT Press, 1993)


This site is a companion to the influential computer-science text Structure and Interpretation of Computer
Programs
, by Abelson, Sussman, and Sussman. Its purpose is to
demonstrate the Web’s potential to be a channel for innovative support for
textbook users.

The material on this site is aimed at instructors using SICP as a
course text, and at people using the book for self-study.

Currently at this site you will find:


Full text!

The complete text in HTML.
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Belajar Web Programming, Harus Mulai Dari Mana?

Pertanyaan di atas sangat sering diajukan oleh programmer pemula atau kalangan awam yang ingin mulai belajar web programming. Saya juga sering ditanya terkait masalah ini baik melalui email maupun dari kolom komentar yang ada di duniailkom. Ini sangat sangat bisa dimaklumi, karena saking beragamnya materi terkait web programming, banyak programmer pemula bingung mesti memulai dari mana.

Oleh karena itu saya memutuskan untuk membuat artikel khusus mengenai hal ini, dan semoga bisa menjadi panduan dasar untuk rekan-rekan semua.


Ingin belajar web programming, harus mulai dari mana?” Pertanyaan ini juga ada dipikiran saya sewaktu mulai belajar web programming, apakah mesti belajar algoritma dulu? HTML? PHP? atau apa? Juga berapa lama waktu yang dibutuhkan untuk menjadi web programmer yang ahli?

Saya akan mencoba menjawab semua pertanyaan ini berdasarkan pengalaman pribadi. Bagi rekan-rekan yang sudah lama ‘makan asam garam’ web programming, mungkin memiliki pendapat berbeda, silahkan tinggalkan komentar

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Top Programming Languages Used in Web Development

With the popularity and advancements in web technology, it is imperative for every business to have a website and one which is highly functional and visually attractive. The process through which a good website, mobile apps or other similar platforms are created is known as web development.

One of the most integral aspects of web development is web programming that is achieved with the help of programming languages. Web development languages are the platforms through which instructions are communicated to a machine and actions are pursued.

Top Programming Languages Used in Web Development

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In this article, we shall learn more about 1) web development and programming languages as well as 2) focus on the most popular programming languages in the world.

WEB DEVELOPMENT: AN INTRODUCTION

Web development is a term that is used to refer to the process of creating a website and can range from developing a single simple page to a

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