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Failure is not an option for Netflix's service oriented architecture - ZDNet (blog)

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Failure is not an option for Netflix's service oriented architecture ZDNet (blog) "Applications in complex distributed architectures have dozens of dependencies, each of which will inevitably fail at some point.
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Patterns For Large-Scale JavaScript Application Architecture

Patterns For Large-Scale JavaScript Application Architecture | A Web of Things Application Architecture | Scoop.it

I can't stress the importance of this enough - some developers I've seen approach larger applications have stepped back and said 'Okay. Well, there are a set of ideas and patterns that worked well for me on my last medium-scale project. Surely they should mostly apply to something a little larger, right?'. Whilst this may be true to an extent, please don't take it for granted - larger apps generally have greater concerns that need to be factored in. I'm going to discuss shortly why spending a little more time planning out the structure to your application is worth it in the long run.

Most JavaScript developers likely use a mixed combination of the following for their current architecture:

custom widgetsmodelsviewscontrollerstemplateslibraries/toolkitsan application core.


Via Jan Hesse
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Good ideas on please read

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What Are The Drawbacks Of REST? - InfoQ.com

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What Are The Drawbacks Of REST?
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I'm in the process of writing an Internet Draft for a new application protocol that can be bound to any transport (Pub/Sub, Asynchronous Point-to-Point or Synchronous Request/Response).
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ROMA good Idea .. how long ?

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