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Spiderable documents (content in HTTP response) #7
Either way needs node.js on the server.
Try http://www.brombone.com/ ?
Optimize critical time-to-visible-text:
Good reading on browser critical path: http://www.sitepoint.com/optimizing-critical-rendering-path/
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Spiderable documents (content in HTTP response)
May 21, 2015
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Jun 4, 2015
If I'm considering server-side math rendering, SVG is dramatically smaller than HTML-CSS:
But since the main goal here is sematically appropriate HTTP response, I should at most send the MathML.
Idea inspired by TiddlyWiki and https://github.com/jldec/pub-server:
EDIT: this requires much deeper changes than generated HTML — firepad would need to constantly keep all its state inside the DOM.
Of course OT's automatic merge is not very safe for major disconnected editing.