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Human APIs, expanding the (mobile) Web to the Real World
Distributed Identities with OpenID
The era of many separated logins and identities in the web is slowly coming to an end. Currently many of the big players are spurring this on with their own proprietary solutions, but open standards are starting to get more support as well with OpenID being the most promising one. In this session I will show how OpenID works for users and developers, where it currently fails and how OpenID is planned to evolve in the future.
App vs. Widget: The Mobile Web taking over?
Currently apps are hyped, HTML5 is picking up ... will it take over? Is the app store only a temporary thing? Most apps can be built using web technologies. More and more APIs are coming to the browser. Will a native app still be around in the future, do we need them or just the company that gets the 30% share off of every app?
jQuery's Data Storage
The Mobile Future - W3C Widget Runtimes, Native APIs and beyond
Lessons learned from building a Platform on EC2
Platforms like Amazon EC2 promise scalable and redundant systems for a couple of pennies. As soon as you start to build complex systems or migrate existing apps there are many knobs to set. This talk will explain how you can create and deploy reliable and redundant applications to EC2 and will point out all the little things you need to know. Like how to automatically provision new servers with tools like Chef.
Opening up the Social Web - Standards that are bridging the Islands
Social networks are not closed off to the rest of the web anymore. Various standards like ActivityStreams, PubSubHubbub, WebFinger, OpenSocial, Salmon, OEmbed, XAuth or OExchange are emerging to open them up to other websites. I will introduce these protocols, show how they work together, how you can benefit from them and give an outlook on how they will change the world of social networks.
Lesser known Security Problems in PHP Applications (2010 Edition)
When the security of PHP applications is in focus usually standard XSS vulnerabilities, SQL Injections, Remote File Inclusions, Header Injections and CSRF are discussed. However there are a number of different vulnerability classes and non obvious exploitation paths that are as dangerous but lesser known.