Monthly Archives: April 2008

Google’s crawlers captured OpenResty’s API

Google’s crawlers not only inspect HTML contents, but also XML contents as well as other media types. Pure JavaScript web sites like http://eeeeworks.org are now in Google via their RSS feed provided by OpenResty:     http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=EEEE+works&btnG=Google+Search Or the screenshot here: … Continue reading

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The slides for my OpenResty D2 talk

My talk at the D2 conference was a big success. There’s already some interesting discussions over the web. And there has also been a long long debate in my company’s mailing list around the new web development mode based on … Continue reading

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A (potential) marriage of OpenResty and Prophet

The $boss of the Best Practical company ( http://www.bestpractical.com/ ) and the leader of the Jifty application framework, Jesse Vincent, caught on me on the #jifty IRC channel, asking the potential collaboration between our OpenResty and their new baby, the … Continue reading

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OpenResty versus Google App Engine

I finally get a chance to sit down and compare OpenResty with the recently announced Google App Engine product. I’ve hesitated to do so in OpenResty’s documentation in the fear of comparing apples to oranges. Well, they’re very different things … Continue reading

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Overview document for OpenResty

OpenResty is a general-purpose scriptable web service platform for web applications, mostly developed by Yahoo! China EEEE Works. It has its deep root in Jifty’s REST design and currently supports standalone Pg and Pg cluster based on PL/Proxy. It is … Continue reading

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The upcoming OpenResty talk on D2 Forum

I’m going to talk about OpenResty and pure JavaScript web applications in the "D2 Forum" conference which will be held on 27 of this month:    http://d2forum.cn (Two Yahoo US colleagues will give presentations there as well :)) I’d like … Continue reading

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