I like a great deal of what Google does for the open web. They sponsor standards work, they are working on an open source browser, they are building documentation on the state of the web for web developers. It’s all really great. Today they posted what they called A Proposal For Making AJAX Crawlable. It […]
[flickr-photo:id=28961855,size=m] Some time ago I reworked my home page to feature content from various other sites I post to (blogs, flickr, delicious) by using some JSON tricks to pull in their feeds. I blogged about how to do this with Feedburner’s JSON API, so that my actual page was just static HTML and all the work was done client-side.
Last week I decided to revisit this using Google’s new AJAX feeds API. Feedburner‘s API never seemed to be well supported (it came out of a hackathon) and it forced me to serialize my requests. In the process I neatened up a bunch of the code.