HTTPS Tunneling, also called HTTPS Proxy, SSL proxy, or SSL tunneling, refers to sending HTTPS content via a proxy server. This is a very common usage scenario over the web.
Unfortunately, I have not found any Java server that supports this yet. T
Jeremy Geelan is speculating who should be America’s CTO in the Obama administration. He says:
As former IAC executive Julius Genachowski was appointed yesterday to President Elect Obama’s transition team, speculation is growing as to th
Yahoo’s Performance team summarized their experience in web performance optimization into 14 rules in general (Reference 4, http://stevesouders.com/examples/rules.php):
1. Make Fewer HTTP Requests
2. Use a Content Delivery Network
3. Add an Expires
Every web application requires satisfactory performance in order to be functional. Every web application has its own context that different factors influence performance differently. Since the beginning of the web, there have been many performance tu
A couple of years ago my friend Kaushal Vyas blogged about his first marathon experience. His blog entry started with some quotes from Lance Armstrong on his first marathon:
“the hardest physical thing I have ever done. Even the worst days in the t
“This is the best browser so far” is that I can say after being a Chrome user for one day.
First of all, I was glad to find out that I haven’t found Chrome breaking any web application yet, especially Ajax applications. I was a li
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