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Apr
22
comment Ordering 'Tasks' for execution based on their dependencies
Thanks for the answer. I have also updated the question regarding why I have both Before and After properties.
Apr
22
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Apr
21
asked Ordering 'Tasks' for execution based on their dependencies
Apr
20
revised Forcing ExtJS application updates after deployment
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Apr
20
answered Forcing ExtJS application updates after deployment
Mar
29
accepted REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
Mar
29
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
@LucFranken Yeah, that's basically what I came up with a few days ago, but it's not very straightforward, that's why I've opted-in for JSON-RPC.
Mar
29
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
@LucFranken I really appreciate your willing to help. Imagine the API is supposed to suggest route directions on a map. It requires around 20 parameters regarding you, your location, your destination and so on. After making the API call, it doesn't save anything but returns the suggested route to you. That's the closest description I can get to.
Mar
29
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
@LucFranken It's not a XY problem. I have an API end-point that accepts quite a few parameters and generates a result based on the input. This data is not saved anywhere, so it can't be POST. The main conflict is that this API call is not about state at all, that's why I think REST is the wrong tool here.
Mar
29
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
@LucFranken Hmm, I'm not sure if I fully understand your question.
Mar
29
answered REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
Mar
24
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
That's one of the things we were thinking here also, but I'm not sure about the pros and cons of this method.
Mar
24
comment REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
@gbjbaanb That's very useful indeed.
Mar
24
asked REST: Can I use POST request to read data?
Mar
14
answered Nested For Loops JavaScript
Mar
14
comment Nested For Loops JavaScript
Any MapReduce tutorial on Mongo should get you started.
Mar
14
comment Nested For Loops JavaScript
You can write MapReduce query to get the same result directly from Mongo.
Jan
28
accepted Preparing to remove a tightly coupled service provider out of source code
Jan
27
reviewed Approve Preparing to remove a tightly coupled service provider out of source code
Jan
27
comment Preparing to remove a tightly coupled service provider out of source code
It's an Asp.Net/C# project, on windows. Also it has a very complicated inheritance as well, so I have to look for method calls in child classes as well. So can't easily go for this, but thanks for the input.