Google Wants To Kill the URL

As Chrome looks ahead to its next 10 years, the team is mulling its most controversial initiative yet: fundamentally rethinking URLs across the web. From a report: Uniform Resource Locators are the familiar web addresses you use everyday. They are listed in the web’s DNS address book and direct browsers to the right Internet Protocol addresses that identify and differentiate web servers. In short, you navigate to WIRED.com to read WIRED so you don’t have to manage complicated routing protocols and strings of numbers. But over time, URLs have gotten more and more difficult to read and understand. The resulting opacity has been a boon for cyber criminals who build malicious sites to exploit the confusion. They impersonate legitimate institutions, launch phishing schemes, hawk malicious downloads, and run phony web services — all because it’s difficult for web users to keep track of who they’re dealing with. Now, the Chrome


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Chrome 69 Arrives With Revamped Design, More Powerful Omnibox, and Better Password Manager

An anonymous reader writes: Google today launched Chrome 69 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, Android, and iOS, just a few days after the browser’s 10-year anniversary. The release includes a new design, more powerful omnibox, updated password manager, more accurate autofill, plenty of developer-specific changes, and a slew of security improvements. You can update to the latest version now using Chrome’s built-in updater, download it directly from google.com/chrome, or grab it from Google Play and Apple’s App Store. Further reading: As Chrome turns 10, Google bets on AI and AR, and Google wants to kill the URL.

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Metamolds: Creating ideal 3D printed silicone molds faster and cheaper

Sep 3, 2018 | By Thomas
Silicone molding is an affordable production method that can allow you to make a series of identical objects for prototyping and functional testing. Until now, however, fabricating molds for casting complex objects required a lot of experience and also involved manual work, which made the process slow and expensive. Scientists at the Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione (ISTI-CNR) and the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) have developed a new tool for fabricating digital objects through reusable silicone molds. The tool automatically finds the best method to design the molds, and also delivers templates for so-called “metamolds”: Rigid, 3D printed molds used to fabricate the optimized silicone molds.

The metamolds (red pieces far left and right) are used to fabricate the silicone molds (greenish and white shapes in the middle). Credit: Luigi Malomo

Silicone molding is simple and accurate and will forgive many


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A Containerized Polyglot Microservices on Kubernetes and Service Mesh

This project is inspired from CoolStore project by JBoss Demo Central & Red Hat Demo Central

The structure of README is inspired from GoogleCloudPlatform Demo. Thank you @ahmetb

CoolStore is a containerised polyglot microservices application consisting of services based on .NET Core, NodeJS and more running on Service Mesh.
It demonstrates how to wire up small microservices into a larger application using microservice architectural principals.
Presentation
Our team uses this application to demonstrate Kubernetes, AKS, Istio and similar cloud-native technologies in events as following

Prerequisites
Windows 10
Windows Subsystem Linux (WSL – Ubuntu OS)
Docker for Desktop (Kubernetes enabled)
kubectl
helm
istioctl
µServices
There are several individual µservices and infrastructure components that make up this app:
Architecture of µServices

Features
Kubernetes/AKS:
The app is designed to run on Kubernetes (both locally on “Docker for
Desktop”, as well as on the cloud with AKS).
Istio: Application works on Istio service mesh.
NetCoreKit: Set of Cloud Native tools and utilities for .NET Core.
Installation
Development environment: Up and Running locally with “Docker


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