Each week we're reaching into the Fluent video archives and pulling out some of Fluent's best sessions from 2013. All of the these talks were highly rated by attendees and are still relevant and full of good information. If you like what you see, make sure to check out the lineup of workshops and sessions for Fluent 2014.
Coding hypermedia clients need not be ugly nor complicated. In his top-rated talk from Fluent 2013, Layer 7 Principal API Architect Mike Amundsen shows you how to write clean, adaptive code that responds to changes in data and workflow requirements over time. This talk covers the truth (both good and bad) about hypermedia client coding and includes examples of several client models that handle evolvable hypermedia APIs without sacrificing user experience or requiring Herculean effort on the part of developers.
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Todd Kloots, a Software Engineer at Twitter, gives an overview of the pushState API, a summary of Twitter's implementation on both the server and the client, and details some of the pitfalls and gotchas they experienced along the way.
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