I have an interesting situation that my usually clever mind hasn't been able to come up with a solution for :)  Here's the situation...  I have a class that has a get() method... this method is called to get stored user preferences... what it...
I can write non-blocking I/O in Node.js  very easily. It's what the entire library is set up for.  But any computation done is blocking. Any message passing over event emitters are blocking.  For example, emitting events are resolved immediately...
There is an example of javascript blocking from Steve Souders from his Book 'High Performance Web Sites': http://stevesouders.com/hpws/js-blocking.php  Javascripts don't block Downloads anymore, but still do block rendering.  .. but there...
A lot of you are probably aware of the new EU privacy law, but for those who are not, it basically means no site operated by a company resident in the EU can set cookies classed as 'non-essential to the operation of the website' on a visitors...
I have used the "Better Google Analytics JavaScript that doesn’t block page downloading" to load Google Analytics dynamically so that it will not block HTML / page rendering.  However, it appears occassionaly that my HTML page will block re...
I'm trying to mock out a method which takes a long time for testing purposes but can't find a good way to do this in Javascript. Any good approaches besides writing a very long for loop?...
I have a fancy script that is nice, but not essential and surprise surprise, doesn't play nice with IE. How do I 'comment it out' for IE?  I know I can use the following to include statements for IE, but how do I exclude them?  <!--[if...
Here is one that is throwing me for a loop. I am trying to set a simple cookie that has one name:value pair on IE8. Tested on FF and it works fine. IE8 keeps blocking it.  I have read about the P3P stuff and created a basic P3P doc, no errors reporte...
I'm writing a JavaScript tutorial for one of my classes and I wanted to illustrate that the call stack can block other processes and while this happens, page interactions are queued until the call stack is empty.      const print = function(){ 	c...
i'm using WebSockets to send data from my node.js server to my clients. Since the data can be kind of large, the UI thread used to block, so no user interaction or video playing was possible during the data was received. That's when i stumble...

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