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Scaling AJAX Applications is More About Architecture than Apache

Scaling applications that include AJAX and non-AJAX components may require more than just tuning your web server  A common problem after deploying a Web 2.0 AJAX-based application shows itself through poor performance or lower capacity on... Read more
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How To Use CoralCDN On-Demand to Keep Your Site Available. For Free.

Cloud computing and content delivery networks (CDN) are both good ways to assist in improving capacity in the face of sudden, high demand for specific content but require preparation and incur operational and often capital expenditures. How about... Read more
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I Can Has UR .htaccess File

Notice that isn’t a question, it’s a statement of fact Twitter is having a bad month. After it was blamed, albeit incorrectly, for a breach leading to the disclosure of both personal and corporate information via Google’s GMail and Apps, its... Read more
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I am in your HTTP headers, attacking your application

Zero-day IE exploits and general mass SQL injection attacks often overshadow potentially more dangerous exploits targeting lesser known applications and attack vectors. These exploits are potentially more dangerous because once proven through a... Read more
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How to prevent content theft using Apache mod_rewrite or F5 iRules

Over the years imaginative developers have come up with a number of ways through which they hope to stop the pilfering of their images. Whether due to copyright issues or the increased bandwidth and associated costs resulting from "hot... Read more
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DevCentral Top5 7/11/2008

After a Friday off for the holiday here in the states, we're back at it again, and DevCentral is as busy as ever.  There's been some great content and some really fantastic banter alike on the site this week. Today we'll dive into... Read more
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3 Reasons not to use Apache mod_rewrite

After reading this discussion on Slashdot regarding an anti-virus agent pretending to be Internet Explorer and flooding sites with requests I waited to see a response come from an Apache fan on using mod_rewrite to detect and stop the flood of... Read more
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