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  2\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Bibliography}
  3\begin{thebibliography}{99}
  4
  5\bibitem{bib:road_ahead}
  6Paul Graham,
  7\emph{The Road Ahead}.
  8\url{http://www.paulgraham.com/road.html}
  9
 10\bibitem{bib:ajax}
 11Jesse James Garrett,
 12\emph{AJAX: A New Approach to Web Applications}.
 13\url{http://www.robertspahr.com/courses/web1/ajax_web_applications.pdf}
 14
 15\bibitem{bib:prog}
 16Doris Appleby,
 17\emph{Programming Languages: Paradigm and Practice}.
 18McGraw-Hill Companies Inc,
 191997
 20
 21\bibitem{bib:crockford}
 22Douglas Crockford,
 23\emph{A Survey of the JavaScript Programming Language}.
 24\url{http://www.crockford.com/javascript/survey.html}
 25
 26\bibitem{bib:functional_prog}
 27Paul Hudak,
 28\emph{Conception, evolution, and application of functional programming languages}.
 29ACM Computing Surveys,
 30September 1989
 31
 32\bibitem{bib:functional_react}
 33Zhanyong Wan \& Paul Hudak,
 34\emph{Functional reactive programming from first principles}.
 35Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN 2000 conference on Programming language design and implementation,
 362000
 37
 38\bibitem{bib:lowering}
 39Kimberley Burchett, Gregory H. Cooper \& Shriram Krishnamurthi,
 40\emph{Lowering: a static optimization technique for transparent functional reactivity}.
 41\url{http://kimbly.com/papers/bck-pepm-2007.pdf}
 42
 43\bibitem{bib:esterel}
 44GĂ©rard Berry \& Georges Gonthier,
 45\emph{The ESTEREL synchronous programming language: design, semantics, implementation}.
 46Science of Computer Programming,
 47Nov. 1992,
 48Pages: 87 - 152
 49
 50\bibitem{bib:flapjax}
 51Leo A. Meyerovich, Arjun Guha, Jacob Baskin, Gregory H. Cooper, Michael Greenberg, Aleks Bromfield \& Shriram Krishnamurthi,
 52\emph{Flapjax: a programming language for Ajax applications}.
 53Proceeding of the 24th ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object oriented programming systems languages and applications,
 542009
 55
 56\bibitem{bib:fran}
 57Conal Elliott \& Paul Hudak,
 58\emph{Functional reactive animation}.
 59SIGPLAN Notices,
 60August 1997
 61
 62\bibitem{fundatastructures}
 63Chris Okasaki,
 64\emph{Purely Functional Data Structures}.
 65Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
 661998
 67
 68\bibitem{bib:caml}
 69INRIA,
 70\emph{About Caml}.
 71\url{http://caml.inria.fr/about/index.en.html}
 72
 73\bibitem{bib:ocaml}
 74INRIA,
 75\emph{Objective Caml}.
 76\url{http://caml.inria.fr/ocaml/index.en.html}
 77
 78\bibitem{bib:oreilly}
 79Emmanuel Chailloux, Pascal Manoury and Bruno Pagano,
 80\emph{DĂ©veloppement d'applications avec Objective Caml (translation)}.
 81O'Reilly France
 82
 83\bibitem{bib:lambda}
 84J. Roger Hindley and Jonation P. Seldin,
 85\emph{Lambda-Calculus and Combinators: an Introduction}.
 86Cambridge University Press,
 872008
 88
 89\bibitem{bib:js_comp}
 90Jake Donham,
 91\emph{How ocamljs compiles OCaml}.
 92\url{http://code.google.com/p/ocamljs/wiki/Jscomp}
 93
 94\bibitem{bib:krivines_machine}
 95Xavier Leroy,
 96\emph{From Krivine's Machine to the Caml implementations}.
 97\url{http://pauillac.inria.fr/~xleroy/talks/zam-kazam05.pdf}
 98
 99\bibitem{bib:froc}
100Jake Donham,
101\emph{How froc works}.
102\url{http://ambassadortothecomputers.blogspot.com/2010/05/how-froc-works.html}
103
104\bibitem{bib:dist_arch}
105George Reese,
106\emph{Database Programming with JDBC and Java, Second Edition}.
107O'Reilly Media,
1081997,
109Chapter 7: Distributed Application Architecture
110
111\bibitem{bib:make}
112GNU Operating System,
113\emph{Make}.
114\url{http://www.gnu.org/software/make/}
115
116\bibitem{bib:royce}
117Winston W. Royce,
118\emph{Wasserfallmodell}.
1191970.
120
121\bibitem{bib:json_rfc}
122Douglas Crockford,
123\emph{RFC4627}.
124\url{http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4627.txt}
125
126\bibitem{bib:json}
127Douglas Crockford,
128\emph{JSON}.
129\url{http://www.json.org/}
130
131\bibitem{bib:crock_js}
132Douglas Crockford,
133\emph{A Survey of the JavaScript Programming Language}.
134\url{http://www.crockford.com/javascript/survey.html}
135
136\bibitem{bib:http}
137World Wide Web Consortium (W3C),
138\emph{Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1}.
139\url{http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616.html}
140
141\bibitem{bib:xss}
142The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP),
143\emph{Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)}.
144\url{https://www.owasp.org/index.php/XSS}
145
146\bibitem{bib:html5}
147World Wide Web Consortium (W3C),
148\emph{HTML5}.
149\url{http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/spec.html}
150
151\bibitem{bib:stats}
152Hans Rosling,
153\emph{The Joy of Stats}.
154\url{http://www.gapminder.org/videos/the-joy-of-stats/}
155
156\bibitem{bib:art-of-testing}
157Glenfor J. Myers,
158\emph{The Art of Software Testing}.
159John Wiley \& Sons, Canada,
1602004
161
162\bibitem{bib:v8-proj}
163Google,
164\emph{V8 JavaScript Engine}.
165\url{http://code.google.com/apis/v8/design.html}
166
167\bibitem{bib:spidermonkey}
168Mozilla,
169\emph{SpiderMonkey Internals}.
170\url{https://developer.mozilla.org/En/SpiderMonkey/Internals}
171
172\bibitem{bib:are-we-fast}
173Mozilla,
174\emph{Are We Fast Yet?}.
175\url{http://arewefastyet.com/}
176
177\bibitem{bib:jscover}
178Silicon Forks,
179\emph{JSCoverage}.
180\url{http://siliconforks.com/jscoverage/}
181
182\bibitem{bib:gwt}
183Google,
184\emph{Google Web Toolkit}.
185\url{http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/}
186
187\bibitem{bib:xapi}
188Citrix Systems Inc.,
189\emph{Xen Cloud Platform}.
190\url{http://www.xen.org/products/cloudxen.html}
191
192\end{thebibliography}