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Dart: Scalable Application Development by Ivo Balbaert, Sergey Akopkokhyants, Davy Mitchell

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Chapter 6. Blog Server Advanced

 

One reason I encourage people to blog is that the act of doing it stretches your available vocabulary and hones a new voice.

 
 --Seth Godin

Blogs (a shortened form of the term "web logs") grew from simple homepages and made it faster to get content online for casual users. They also took care of some of the metainformation and publishing that allows content to spread around the Internet and can be found by machines and human consumers.

On the server-side, Dart has greater access to the filesystem and is not limited by the capabilities of a browser. This chapter explores these features more as we add more features to the blog server.

Logging

Web servers such as Apache and IIS track a visitor's web browser usage, which ...

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