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CHAPTER 5 PERMUTATIONS PATTERN
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Sometimes when implementing the Permutations pattern it is not possible or desirable to return content solely based on the Accept HTTP header. In those instances, it is possible to specify the content that is retrieved by using a parameter in the query. An example is http://mydomain.com/mybooks/1223 accept=text/xml. The query parameter accept is an arbitrary value and has no special value other then being illustrative in this example. Even though all of the examples used HTTP GET to retrieve the correct content, the same rules apply for HTTP POST because an HTTP POST can generate data. A URL rewriter component need not use only a single HTTP header such as Accept. A more sophisticated URL rewriter component will base its decisions on all information passed to it by the HTTP request and then make a single URL rewrite decision.
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Decoupled Navigation Pattern
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Intent
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The Decoupled Navigation pattern defines a methodology for decoupling client-side code and navigation into smaller modular chunks, making the client-side content simpler to create, update, and maintain.
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Motivation
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The basis of any web application is its capability to link together two pieces of content. An HTML link, for example, is a one-way link in that clicking it sends you from content A to content B. E B V N There is no built-in HTML mechanism that provides a bidirectional link to connect content B with content A. In theory, when clicking on a link that loads another page, there is no way to get back to the original page. A web browser solves that problem by providing a history of navigated pages. Pressing the Back button on the web browser causes the web browser to look in the history and load the previously visited page. The link is the basis of the web application, and without the link the Web would not be the Web. However, the link that was the default navigation mechanism in 1995 is not the same link more than a decade later. Let me rephrase that statement: the technical implementation of the link has not changed, but what has changed is how the link is used. With the advent of Dynamic HTML, Ajax, REST, and all the other technologies, the link has taken on a new kind of importance. For most of the other patterns in this book, the link was a URL that was loaded. The patterns focused on defining a good URL and using the URL, but did not consider how to process a URL or a link on an HTML page. The classical link that links one HTML page to another is illustrated in Figure 6-1. Figure 6-1 shows two types of links: the classical link and the static GUI link. A classical link is a construct that has some defined text surrounded by special HTML tags that when processed by a web browser cause the text to be highlighted. The special HTML tags for the classical link include an a tag that contains a reference to a URL. A static GUI link is like a classical link except that an image is used instead of some defined text.
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CHAPTER 6 DECOUPLED NAVIGATION PATTERN
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Figure 6-1. Example of a classical link and a static GUI link Clicking the classical link or static GUI link causes the current HTML page to be replaced with a new HTML page. The links are obvious to the human eye, because they tend to be distinguished from other content on the HTML page by using boldface or underlining. When a search engine processes a link, the link is used to provide connection to other content that is indexed. Figure 6-2 illustrates what a search engine sees when processing an HTML page.
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