Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Telecomputing

Telecomputing results from implementing RESTful open_in_new services via the Internet. Distributed by nature, telecomputing strictly adheres to Internet and Web standards and utilizes commodity hardware and open source software. The enormous potential of telecomputing is the focus of my attention.

My CDN contains code centered around technologies at the heart of the Web, namely CSS, HTML, and Javascript. Feel free to load code dynamically for development and light traffic applications.

Computing, Internet, and Web Specifications

CSS and HTML
The World Wide Web Consortium open_in_new (W3C), led by Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee, maintains the CSS, HTML, and other specifications.
JavaScript
JavaScript is a high-level programming language standardized as ECMAScript open_in_new. Alongside HTML and CSS, it is one of the three core technologies of World Wide Web content production ¹.
JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)
JSON open_in_new is a lightweight data-interchange format. It is based on a subset of the JavaScript Programming Language, Standard ECMA-262 3rd Edition - December 1999 ².

Files are securely served from SSD via an SSL connection from the closest edge server on a global CDN provider.

html5 biolerplate
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/html5.v1.txt"></script>

clock.js
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/clock.min.js"></script>

control.js
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/control.min.js"></script>

pluralizer.js
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/pluralizer.min.js"></script>

times.json
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/times.json"></script>

timezones.json
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<script src="https://rack.pub/cdn/timezones.json"></script>