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How To Reinterpret The Web In 180 Seconds

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My presentation from webjam10/11

My presentation from webjam10/11

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  • 1. Starting with a story, this year in March
  • 2. I’d missed lunch, it was late. What do you do?
  • 3. Write codes for fun
  • 4. I wanted to use the internet
  • 5. Yahoo pipes is pretty awesome and does some crazy stuff for data manipulation
  • 6. Also, @lachlanhardy had convinced me that YQL wasn’t pure evil
  • 7. a mere 46 minutes later, I was effected
  • 8. “I need a new web site”
  • 9. So, I made plans to build something
  • 10. Not me, but what I felt like I did about it.
  • 11. Yahoo pipes relook - Too hard to do what I want quickly.
  • 12. I really like union, though...
  • 13. and sort...
  • 14. Smoke Enter, Smoke
  • 15. Take my website, see the circled image?
  • 16. Take my website, see the circled image?
  • 17. I grab all those photos from flickr using a special tag to choose relevant images
  • 18. The links? Delicious
  • 19. The links? Delicious
  • 20. Projects, from github
  • 21. Projects, from github
  • 22. It takes all your sources and auto-magically translates them based on their content-type
  • 23. Its like a fucking awesome monster for web services... that shits.. ouu.. well. You get the idea
  • 24. Its like a fucking awesome monster for web services... that shits.. ouu.. well. You get the idea
  • 25. You can output your sourced data as...
  • 26. What about those front end guys?
  • 27. A rack adapter to drop on top of your app, or simply deploy straight to the clouds that exposes smoke sources.
  • 28. /smoke So, once you’re running, you can hit /smoke
  • 29. You’ll get a self-documenting api
  • 30. /smoke/twitter Say you want to know about the twitter source
  • 31. It’ll tell you that you need to supply a username for the stream and the formats that smoke- rack will translate it to.
  • 32. /smoke/twitter.json
  • 33. /smoke/twitter.json yaml xml
  • 34. Work only on the value of your mashup. Not the supporting crap. If you’re a content producer, write API’s and give your users something to consume. Content consumers - Use
  • 35. Presented at webjam10/11 in Sydney & Perth

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