The impact of JavaScript on archivability

@article{Brunelle2015TheIO,
  title={The impact of JavaScript on archivability},
  author={J. F. Brunelle and Mat Kelly and M. Weigle and Michael L. Nelson},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={95-117}
}
As web technologies evolve, web archivists work to adapt so that digital history is preserved. Recent advances in web technologies have introduced client-side executed scripts (Ajax) that, for example, load data without a change in top level Universal Resource Identifier (URI) or require user interaction (e.g., content loading via Ajax when the page has scrolled). These advances have made automating methods for capturing web pages more difficult. In an effort to understand why mementos… Expand
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