Protocol Design: Reliablity and Security
In the fifth and final installment of his Designing Protocols series, Itamar
Shtull-Trauring discusses issues relating to reliable and secure protocols, including
Protocol Design: Structure and Syntax
The syntaxes used in protocols should be simple and consistent, says Itamar
Shtull-Trauring. He examines the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Protocol Design: The Need for Speed
Part three of our series on designing protocols looks at how network transfer
speed can be maximized.
Protocol Design: Sessions
In the second of his series on designing protocols, Itamar Shtull-Trauring
discusses sessions, a way of grouping together messages.
Protocol Design: How Many Bytes?
In the first article of a new series on protocol design, Itamar Shtull-Trauring
explores the different ways of indicating how many bytes are present in a protocol
microdom: an XML DOM Designed For HTML
As the migration from broken HTML to XHTML continues on the web, we need tools
that are capable of processing both. This article covers one such tool, microdom,
capable of supporting legacy HTML both in input and output.