There's a new blog on the block. It's by the creator of HTTPWatch and is at blog.httpwatch.com. It promises to be good as he obviously knows his stuff when it comes to browser behaviour and HTTP methods/performance.
His first post about breaking the back button was interesting to read as a Domino developer.
In it he talks about a way of avoiding HTML being returned directly in response to a form's POST submission. The aim being to avoid the potential re-submission of data if a user presses refresh and ignores the subsequent warning.
The method suggested has been named PRG (Post / Redirect / Get) and is what we, as Domino developers, have been using — without even knowing it — each time we add a $$Return field to a form or use a Print "Location: " statement in our agents.
Sometimes I'd like to be able to avoid PRG and just return my own HTML after a POST, but I guess the benefits of PRG are obvious.