A lot of cool technologies are coming from non-web world to Web Application Development. One of the most excited examples is WebGL [https://www.khronos.org/webgl/]. It’s a free web standard to use low-level 3D graphics right on the page via canvas element. It’s based on OpenGL ES 2.0 and has similar development approaches. To test if your web browser supports WebGL just go to http://get.webgl.org/. Almost all modern browsers and platforms support WebGL. It doesn’t need special plugin like Flash player or Unity.
A web surfing by the browser is the most valuable way Media Content Distribution provided around the World. Technically, this process is based on HTTP networking protocol. Actually, HTTP is treated as protocol of Internet. The industry is always in motion at line of new features and challenges, so HTTP protocol is waiting for its new second version. For now, HTTP/2 [https://github.com/http2/http2-spec] is approved by its creators and going to be accepted and published as RFC standard. HTTP/2 release will have huge impact on direction of many networking techniques and implementation approaches. It would be first sufficient change in Media Content Distribution since HTTP/1.1 release in 1999.
HTTP/2 is based on Google’s SPDY protocol. As you can see, there is one more Google’s technology appears modern enough to be used as standard of future. HTTP/2 is a binary protocol instead of text HTTP/1.1. There is much better performance produced by changes in architecture: header compression, multiplexing requests, requests priorities, proactive push-responses from servers side. It supports IPv4, IPv6 and NAT. There are modern security approaches. Firefox and Chrome already have HTTP/2 support in special mode. To test new protocol you need to install HTTP/2 server. There are several server side implementations by Akamai, Google, Twitter and open source.
Neo4j, Cassandra, and FluidDBoffer the brand new set of databases for social networks
Social network if one of the best things to be found in the net. With its help you can easily fix the links and attitudes between various persons including your friends and people you only want to get to know about. The social life appears to be rather transparent with these networks.
Still if you’re searching for some specific information, the graph databases will be really handy, since with their help you can definitely how many of your friends’ friends’ friends are allergic for milk.
Still the simple graph database cannot give all the answers. Schema-free relational databases are simpler and might be better for social networking software developers for getting quick answers.
This database is created by Java and can successfully link to Python and Ruby. You look for the answer by creating the traversal object streaming along the relationship lines between the nodes until it finds what you’ve been looking for. Its best ability is to run the repeated actions in the network. It stored all new nodes to the disk, so even in case of power failure you will lose no data.