In the November 2011 digital issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal, we cover a bevy of web development issues as we explore the hype surrounding HTML5, introduce you to the Opa programming language, discuss extending MVC apps using NuGet packages, and more!
In This November Digital Issue:
- HTML5 — The Hype and the Reality Behind It
By Dino Esposito
HTML5 is a hot topic and is being pushed hard as the next big thing for whatever kind of software applications you're involved with. This article provides an overview of HTML5 and focuses on dispelling the hype that surrounds it.
- Language of the Month: Opa
By Adam Koprowski Developers seem to accept the need to use a multitude of technologies as inherent to Web programming. But it doesn't have to be. What if you could create all the components of your application with one coherent package? That's what Opa is all about.
- Extend MVC Apps Easily Using NuGet Packages
By Jeffrey Palermo, Jimmy Bogard, Eric Hexter, Matthew Hinze, and Jeremy Skinner NuGet is a Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to pull libraries, components, and, most importantly, their configuration into your Visual Studio project.
By Andrew Binstock
- From the Vault: m1 — A Mini Macro Processor
By Jon Bentley
This simple, Awk-based macro processor is a surprisingly useful tool for manipulating text files.
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