Compare and Contrast : TiddlyWeb with Ian Bicking’s suggestion for the browser being able to request individual sub-trees of a DOM from the server.
And, of course, I’m not forgetting about Chris Dent’s TiddlyWeb either …. though it’s harder to track progress without a blog, eh, Chris? 🙂 Update: Doh! Chris reminds me there’s a Tiddlyweb Twitterfeed
Here’s something else that looks pretty cool. BuckyBase is a data-wiki where pages are like free-form records (dictionaries of key / value pairs) that can also be can be shown grouped into tabular form. It’s fairly simple at the moment (another just-launched GAE experiment), but I can’t help thinking that in my “enterprisey” day-job I […]
I’m eavesdropping on a fascinating email exchange between Chris Dent (of Blue Oxen and Socialtext fame) now working on TiddlyWeb and Frank McIngvale who’s project is WikklyText. I haven’t had time to take it all in yet. But it looks like Chris has got TiddlyWeb working on the Google App. Engine. And Frank has got […]