May 29, 2016

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Bad side effects of viagra Three people in the last week have told me I should be blogging more. Bad side effects of viagra Flattered, bad side effects of viagra and probably more helpfully than leaving nuggets of half-baked comments on everyone else’s, bad side effects of viagra I’ll do my best.

I dust off the cobwebs by apologizing for a tweet in which I misattributed Scott Jehl. Bad side effects of viagra No thanks to strange avatar positioning, bad side effects of viagra I thought he’d made a provocative comment about the destiny of URLs on a post about everyone’s favorite topic, bad side effects of viagra the hashbang.

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Bad side effects of viagra It did sound out-of-character from a champion of jQuery projects, bad side effects of viagra and perhaps I was tempted to acknowledge the comment because it seemed such an extreme position from him. Bad side effects of viagra Sorry Scott!

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Bad side effects of viagra But onto the comment itself. Bad side effects of viagra Why did I take a shine to it? It certainly takes a provocative stance.

Bad side effects of viagra “We are long past the point where URLs have any utility” is strong language. Bad side effects of viagra I of course enjoy the benefits of links and URLs myself every day, bad side effects of viagra and I’m sure the commenter does too: bookmarks, bad side effects of viagra links, bad side effects of viagra emailed or tweeted, bad side effects of viagra the ability to return through a browser’s history, bad side effects of viagra open new browser tabs with target content and so on. Bad side effects of viagra All very useful. Bad side effects of viagra All very cool.

Bad side effects of viagra But does this mean that the URL is so sacred we can’t discuss its role and relevance in the real world? Think about whether it’s actually doing its job? Wonder whether it’s productive to shield it from the creative ways in which the web is evolving? And, bad side effects of viagra as this commenter did, bad side effects of viagra consider whether search engines are in fact coping with these changes effectively?

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Bad side effects of viagra So, bad side effects of viagra yes, bad side effects of viagra yes; URLs are used as a key for locating documents and resources across the web. Bad side effects of viagra That is all well and good. Bad side effects of viagra But I’m thinking; what happens when the web hosts things other than documents and resources? Like applications? Like games? Like physical objects? What happens when we need to serve humans based on other signals, bad side effects of viagra such as their location, bad side effects of viagra the time of day, bad side effects of viagra their context, bad side effects of viagra their intent?

Bad side effects of viagra It might just be possible, bad side effects of viagra as the commenter asserts, bad side effects of viagra that a single string-based identifier is not, bad side effects of viagra in fact, bad side effects of viagra sufficient to describe the infinite things that a 21st century, bad side effects of viagra multi-dimensional web can do, bad side effects of viagra offer, bad side effects of viagra and represent.

Bad side effects of viagra I’m not completely sure. Bad side effects of viagra But I am convinced (and excited) that the web is evolving in these sorts of ways. Bad side effects of viagra Client-side applications, bad side effects of viagra for example, bad side effects of viagra seem to be a perfectly valid and compelling architectural way to use web technologies. Bad side effects of viagra And yet what role does the URL play there? Obviously as an entry point to the app as a whole, bad side effects of viagra but then what? Does Tim Berners Lee’s plea require me to use a URL to describe every possible state, bad side effects of viagra every view and every data point within it?

Bad side effects of viagra Documentistas would have it so. Bad side effects of viagra I can’t possibly build anything for the web without every piece of it being addressable like a document. Bad side effects of viagra Users must be able to deep-link into any docu state of my application. Bad side effects of viagra These URLs must return content to robots too – because where would we be without web crawlers? – and of course it all needs to degrade nicely for legacy browsers and screen readers. Bad side effects of viagra In fact, bad side effects of viagra I may as well just fake the whole thing with server-side markup and progressive enhancement anyway. Bad side effects of viagra Many do.

Bad side effects of viagra But if I’m an applicationista, bad side effects of viagra I create true client-side web applications, bad side effects of viagra probably programmatically. Bad side effects of viagra I use little, bad side effects of viagra if any, bad side effects of viagra content-bearing markup, bad side effects of viagra and I provide a suite of complex functionality to users, bad side effects of viagra and pull in content from server- or cloud-based APIs in my own particular way. Bad side effects of viagra I acknowledge that my application needs to be accessible somehow, bad side effects of viagra but in the corresponding state machine, bad side effects of viagra the concept of a linkable document can quickly become tenuous, bad side effects of viagra if not entirely inappropriate. Bad side effects of viagra Yes, bad side effects of viagra I could conceivably use URLs to describe the finite states of a game of tic-tac-toe. Bad side effects of viagra But is there a http://angrybirds.com/level4 ? Or a http://angrybirds.com/level4/just-before-the-red-bird-hits-the-big-block ? Not that I know of.

Bad side effects of viagra If this web of applications is our new operating system, bad side effects of viagra I see URLs as our command line switches. Bad side effects of viagra They can open apps, bad side effects of viagra and sometimes drop you into well-understood states within that app. Bad side effects of viagra But by no means is the developer obliged to let any user reproduce any arbitrary state within it. Bad side effects of viagra A desktop developer can choose to let users launch a classic native application with certain pre-defined states – start this tool with a particular file open, bad side effects of viagra for example – but does so in a very controlled and discoverable way. Bad side effects of viagra No native OS I know mandates that an application’s command line switches must be capable of describing all of its possible states. Bad side effects of viagra So why should the web?

Bad side effects of viagra In reality, bad side effects of viagra certain web apps will benefit from deep-linkability, bad side effects of viagra but many do not at all. Bad side effects of viagra And just because a large part of the web (the documenty bit) holds URLs self-evident and axiomatic might not mean that a different, bad side effects of viagra growing part of the web (the applicationy bit) must do so too. Bad side effects of viagra Nick Morgan, bad side effects of viagra admittedly opining on a subtly different topic, bad side effects of viagra states:

Bad side effects of viagra The problem is that because everyone building stuff online is using the same technologies, bad side effects of viagra there can be a tendency to think that there is one true way of using those technologies, bad side effects of viagra independent of what they’re being used for.

Bad side effects of viagra And this is the crux. Bad side effects of viagra We might all be using web technologies (HTML, bad side effects of viagra JavaScript, bad side effects of viagra CSS and the like), bad side effects of viagra but in radically different architectural configurations, bad side effects of viagra and best practices for some may not be good rules for others. Bad side effects of viagra What this touches on might be the primary root cause of the hashbang debate (if not also others): the web is being used in challenging and unexpected ways and we’re finding it hard to re-examine practices and principles that were intended for a different age.

Bad side effects of viagra Yes, bad side effects of viagra hashbangs are ugly. Bad side effects of viagra A hack. Bad side effects of viagra Sometimes they’ll need to be replaced with judicious use of the HTML5 History API. Bad side effects of viagra But other times they’ll need to be removed altogether: “it depends“.

Bad side effects of viagra But I believe that their usage – and the debate that has raged over that usage – tells us more about the culture of the web and those who create things for it than it does about syntactic purity or semantic elegance. Bad side effects of viagra It has shown us that we still find it hard not to think about the web in terms of documents, bad side effects of viagra and that a web of applications can seem strange and opaque. Bad side effects of viagra And maybe that we are in a tighter symbiosis with search engine crawlers than we’d like to admit. Bad side effects of viagra Is that really what is meant when we’re told we risk breaking the web?

Bad side effects of viagra (It might be no co-incidence that our greatest cognitive dissonance occurs when we see something that probably should have remained document-based turned into an application, bad side effects of viagra such as Gawker’s blogs. Bad side effects of viagra I notice that the vehemence of this debate never erupted over the non-linkability to arbitrary internal state of my GMail inbox, bad side effects of viagra or to my high score on Entanglement for example. Bad side effects of viagra But I’m trying not to miss the wood of the web’s ambition for the trees of one particular implementation.)

Bad side effects of viagra Probably drawing ire, bad side effects of viagra or confusion, bad side effects of viagra from most at this point, bad side effects of viagra I guess I leave it there. Bad side effects of viagra Please file under ‘verbose trolling’, bad side effects of viagra and yes, bad side effects of viagra for a developer, bad side effects of viagra I’m veering dangerously close to amateur anthropology.

Bad side effects of viagra But let me finish with the commenter’s radical assertion that search engines ‘have long given up on indexing the web’ – crazy, bad side effects of viagra surely: they still seem to do a great job with documents.

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Comments (20)

  1. June 1, 2011

    […] James Pearce on URLs: Documentistas would have it so. I can’t possibly build anything for the web without every piece of it being addressable like a document. Users must be able to deep-link into any docu state of my application. These URLs must return content to robots too – because where would we be without web crawlers? – and of course it all needs to degrade nicely for legacy browsers and screen readers. In fact, I may as well just fake the whole thing with server-side markup and progressive enhancement anyway. Many do. […]

  2. June 1, 2011
    ChrisJ said...

    I’m certainly not against the evolution of the web, but the hash bang solution has a fundamental problem as part of the user experience: It breaks user controlled navigation. iStockPhoto recently converted to such a system, and I’ve found that not only does the navigation break down when going through long strings of pagination, it “forgets” intermediate states, breaking my browser’s “Back” button.

    The URL as a measure of current state may be replaced in the future, but not until browsing applications have developed which support the alternatives in a way that non-tech users have no difficulty with.

    For now, hashbangs are the suck.

  3. June 2, 2011
    Jeremy Keith said...

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  4. June 2, 2011

    […] [James has since written a great, and highly relevant, post on the subject of hashbang URLs.] […]

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