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Dec
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comment Node.js on Apache server (Shared Hosting)
@Jules I agree it's not the most efficient way, but anyway you cannot expect much from shared hosting. If binding to port 81 doesn't work, try higher ranges. Mine works fine as it is only bound to localhost. Otherwise one could experiment with named pipes. As for multiple requests, the script could check if node is already running (keeping its pid) and start it only if it is not. Anyway, this is a clever method to try node.js apps on dirt cheap shared hosting, without bothering with PaaS or expensive node.js dedicated hosting.
Dec
10
answered Node.js on Apache server (Shared Hosting)
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Mar
12
comment What stops HTML5 and JS apps to perform as good as native apps?
ECMAScript 6 adds majority of these features. Google Closure Library is another solution.
Mar
12
comment What stops HTML5 and JS apps to perform as good as native apps?
I don't get it. We have very large corporations: Google, Microsoft, Apple focused on backing Chrome, Safari and IE. We have Mozilla committed to Firefox. We have Chrome Dev Tools, Web Inspector, Firebug. And Prasad says that there are no tools?
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Mar
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answered What is ASM.js and what does it mean for everyone?