Making web applications available offline

With the arrival of HTML 5 (which commonly means more than just HTML), web development has become even more of a joy that it used to be. Clean semantics in HTML, elegance through CSS, new scripting possibilities, it’s all there. This blog post describes two new features, offline applications and name/value storage, which allow developers to make web applications available offline.

REST and DDD: incompatible?

The past years, we’ve seen two new terms become popular: REST (REpresentational State Transfer) and DDD (Domain Driven Design). However, where DDD is often used to prevent an Anemic Domain (now considered an anti-pattern), a domain model for REST is often anemic. This blog post explains how we can reconcile these opposites.