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That said, I don’t think the intent should be to support any old versions for any protracted amount of time. -00 has security vulnerabilities brought up by people on webkit-dev@ so from the Chrome side, we intend not to support -00 at all once we have -09 support available. All the makers of server-side code have already published versions compatibile with the latest draft, and IETF drafts are intended to expire after a fixed amount of time (-00 is already well past its expiration date).
It’s very dear to me, the issue of Gay Marriage, or as I like to call it, “Marriage”. You know, because I had lunch this afternoon, not Gay Lunch. I parked my car; I didn’t Gay Park it.
Socket.IO came out almost a year ago making the first solid steps in the cross-browser realtime space. Ever since then, a constant stream of feedback and support has made this release possible, the biggest yet, with dozens of improvements and bugfixes. http://socket.io/index.html#announcement
So, after several months of working on the project when I could—snatching minutes and hours between work, grad school, and making Cthulhus—I am very proud to announce that I have finished an eBook of The Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft.
The Rise Of JSON
If only this was available in Mono / Unity:
Consider the following c# code, which downloads my Foursquare profile:WebClient webClient = new WebClient(); dynamic result = JsonValue.Parse(webClient.DownloadString("https://api.foursquare.com/v2/users/self?oauth_token=XXXXXXX")); Console.WriteLine(result.response.user.firstName);
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