Web is referred to a network environment without any specific web frameworks used in programming.

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How do I scale up a bot/service?

I have this bot that I've created for Twitter. It's written in Python. It lives on my Raspberry Pi and I've set up a cronjob to run it every 60 seconds. Part 2 of the project is to build a web app ...
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Angular JS vs Modern MVC frameworks

I might be wrong for some things here, but here is what I recently though about. Modern frameworks MVC such as ASP.NET MVC 5, CakePHP, Java Spring etc. has their logic clearly separated into Models ...
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Promise in Web MVVM

In MVVM (or Presentation Model), my (web) view listens to a CLICK event and calls a function of the Presentation Model to ask for the result. To clarify, the presentation model lives browser-side. ...
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Modular Webframework which also includes Frontend modularity

This might be a big or broad question, but I simply cannot find a proper answer to this myself. Right now I'm struggling to find a starting point for the application I'm trying to make. My idea is to ...
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Binding in web frameworks - to frontend data or backend data?

AngularJS and other web frameworks provide data binding abilities (as in WPF). Is the UI bound to JavaScript variables on the frontend (web browser) or is it bound to the data in the server (via AJAX ...
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HTML Encoding - XSS protection

My general rule for web development is that the server encodes HTML tags in any user-generated input when it is first submitted to prevent XSS. However recently someone suggested that instead of ...
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Web Service instances on web server

I was hoping someone might be able to explain or point me to an article on how web services are handled on a web server. Specifically, when clients connect to a web service, do they all go to connect ...
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What is preferred in an MVC framework, having each string defined as a variable in the Controller or generating them in the Template?

In a clear separation of the MVC layers, having each variable in the view seems to be the right way, but in practice in can be more "natural" (at least for me) to put them in the template. for example,...
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One form with multiple fields vs several forms doing ajax requests

I have a group of invoices to send to a back end. The requirement is to be able to send everything with a button, so I can do the following: Send everything as form fields name like ...
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Client blocks fonts in browser => font-awesome is not being displayed

I am working on a web platform for which we have different clients. In this platform we make a strong use of font-awesome. I have always thought this was a safe and elegant choice with which I had ...
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Implement taxometer paywall

I need to add a paywall to my site. According to this article, I want to implement a taxometer system. The easiest and least secure way would be tracking the number of viewed articles using secure ...
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Session Management in distributable web-apps

I am working on a huge web application in which I need to add transparent failover feature. I understand the necessary steps to make a web application distributable, the most difficult thing being: to ...
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submitting a post request with an empty field does not update the previous value to an empty string

I have the following line, where the value may become outdated and need to be cleared. However, the database only updates when the value is changed to some non-empty string. <textarea name="...