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 This HTML Is Simple - a PHP blog-like application that is small, efficient and fast or something.

Rules Language

If the code here has any standout characteristic it is it is small. That is exemplified, IMO, in the latest version of the Rules Code.

The rules parser (see About Rules) is now a standalone API (and a full "Rules Language"). In adding more functionality I used what I call a "compartmentalized" design: the code is split into separate algorithms (functions), each one independent of the whole.

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Update

Updates... Navagation links updated.

Latest Posts

TODO New Rules, May-12, 2014

Several more programming contructs are going to be added to this code's Rules functionality (first explained here).

Dialogs Dialog "Twitter Help", May 25, 2014

[Some "dialogs" here will be from online sources, like this one from dev.twitter.com/discussions/11338. I do no editing other than removing personal identifiers and fixing capitalizations and ending punctuation.]

Logs A Few More, Apr-29, 2014

Here are some more exploits or exploit attempts in the last few days.

About The Defining Data, Mar-31, 2014

Key portions of this code are driven by data. The "Rules" data described above is just one example of what this is: replacing code with data.

Hey

The links middle left should explain the "need to know" about the code.

The links top left are the blog posts within a few topics:

TODO
related to current changes to the code
Dialogs
invented and real conversations related to coding
Logs
various musings about our Apache log file
About
detailed, technical looks at the architecture

The links bottom left are other programs/APIs we are involved with.

Release Notes

Version: 1.4.3rc

Template/Theme code re-designed to increase efficiency and clarity. Commenting code updated to detect duplicates and to moderate based on word frequency.

Editorials

Big Google April, 2014
We use here some Google fonts. However...

Going Native March, 2014
An example of how to increase performance in an extremely simple way.

The New Culture February, 2014
There used to be Culture Clash. What we have now is Culture Stagnation.

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