I've recently run into a rather nasty bug, wherein the code was loading a <select> dynamically via JavaScript.  This dynamically loaded <select> had a pre-selected value.  In IE6, we already had code to fix the selected <option&g...
I am thinking about it and this is what I came up with:  Let's say we have a code like this:  console.clear(); console.log("a"); setTimeout(function(){console.log("b");},1000); console.log("c"); setTimeout(function(){con...
Hey hava googled and tried every thing - but nothing seems to work, so now i will ask you guys:  How do i make my Node app. from stop exiting - when i like it to keep running and wait for response from a Web Socket connection? As you can see i have t...
I've been introduced to the concepts of Microtasks and Macrotasks for a while now, and from everything I've read, I always thought setTimeout to be considered to create a macrotask and Promise.resolve() (or process.nextTick on NodeJS) to crea...
Is there any way by which one can apply priority to Node.js task's in a event loop. I want to assign priority to task which are present in a event loop of nodejs. Suppose in a event loop there are 5 jobs A,B,C,D,E which having same priority and t...
From what I see, if an event in Node take a "long time" to be dispatched, Node creates some kind of "queue of events", and they are triggered as soon as possible, one by one.  How long can this queue be?...
I have the following simple http server using Node.js:  var http = require('http');  var server = http.createServer(function(req, res) {     var counter = 0;      for(var i = 1; i <= 30; i++) {         http.get({ host: "www.google.com&...
I keep seeing explanations of the "Javascript Event Loop" (ie: browser JS runtime event loop) that don't seem plausible to me, and I'm hoping someone can provide some authoritative clarification.  My base asssumption is that the JS ev...
Supposed, I have a async function in Node.js, basically something such as:  var addAsync = function (first, second, callback) {   setTimeout(function () {     callback(null, first + second);   }, 1 * 1000); };   Now of course I can call this function...

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