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bio website staticshin.com
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Abstract A web based drafting tool.

SPECTER the spirit of bloggin


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comment Why does a contenteditable div not behave like an input element?
Nice answer. Part of my frustration with contentedibale was that I am making a markdown editor and the br spoils it completely. At least I understand the rationale behind it now. Thanks :)
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accepted Why does a contenteditable div not behave like an input element?
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awarded  Student
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asked Why does a contenteditable div not behave like an input element?
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revised Using node.js, how to serve content without using a framework like express?
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answered Using node.js, how to serve content without using a framework like express?
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Apr
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revised JavaScript Frameworks for traditionally structured web applications
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comment JavaScript Frameworks for traditionally structured web applications
Ahh that's nice I did not know that.
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revised JavaScript Frameworks for traditionally structured web applications
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answered JavaScript Frameworks for traditionally structured web applications
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comment Best option to send image from javascript client to SQL server
I think it is best to store an image on a file system instead of a database.
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revised We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
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revised We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
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comment We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
I see what you mean.I will update the answer shortly(read after some research)
Apr
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comment We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
@Joe as far as I understand they will add up.In node js it is a best practice to dispose off a request as quickly as possible.Either by completing it in one go.Or by resuming it next time.To be honest node js is the only technology that I have made production applications for.So I may not be the best person to compare it with other server side technologies.Which is why I have refrained from making comparisons and just put what I think I know of node js in my answer.
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answered We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
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accepted What language is most similar to JavaScript?