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3 items tagged “jeff-lindsay”


The WebAssembly Go Playground (via) Jeff Lindsay has a full Go 1.21.1 compiler running entirely in the browser.

# 19th September 2023, 7:53 pm / go, jeff-lindsay, webassembly


Scriptlets—Quick web scripts (via) From the prolific Jeff Lindsay, a pastebin-style tool for short server-side scripts written in Python, JavaScript or PHP that executes them within a Google App Engine powered sandbox. The Java code that implements the service is available on GitHub.

# 13th August 2009, 1:51 pm / appengine, github, googleappengine, java, javascript, jeff-lindsay, open-source, php, python, scriptlets, webhooks

Web Hooks and the Programmable World of Tomorrow. Tour de force presentation on Web Hooks by Jeff Lindsay. Tons of really good ideas—provided your application isn’t Flickr sized, there’s a good chance you could implement web hooks pretty cheaply and unleash a huge flurry of creativity from your users. GitHub makes a great case study here.

# 16th February 2009, 9 pm / apis, github, jeff-lindsay, webhooks