Module naming and declarations

Kevin Smith zenparsing at gmail.com
Thu May 9 11:33:36 PDT 2013


> Put differently, controlling where and when code is bundled together is
> something that sophisticated web applications do often and sometimes at
> fine granularity, and it's done by experts at web development who shouldn't
> have to be experts at writing compilers or reading their output. Consider
> Eric Ferraiuolo's examples of servers making decisions to speculatively
> bundle additional modules in a response to a request. These are decisions
> that are about network efficiency, and they shouldn't have to deal with
> code transformations at the same time.
>

While we wait for Andreas' response, I would like to simply point out
(without judgement, for now) that this amounts to inventing a declarative
programming construct to solve network efficiency issues.

{ Kevin }
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