I've searched all over stackoverflow / google for this, but can't seem to figure it out.   I'm scraping social media links of a given URL page, and the function returns an object with a list of URLs.   When I try to write this data into a...
I'm writing a web-app for the iPad that will be loading data from a text file. (A sample data set is around ~400 kb). I have everything set up except the file reading. The way I have set up my code, you pass an object which reads a file line by l...
I'm having a hard time figuring out how to approach file uploads in atom electron. I would post code but I don't even know where to begin with this one.   In a standard web app I would post from the client to the server, either via a standard...
I would like to know if it's possible to edit a file from within the browser. I know where the file is and I know its format. I would like to some HTML5 and JavaScript but have little luck so don't mind using Flash or Java.  The file I would...
I am trying to read a file in the same directory of an HTML and JavaScript file however it seems to be returning null.  Below I have added the code I have from each file.  HTML File:  <html>     <!-- Code to call the Google Maps API and link...
I am working on a web app that opens binary files and allows them to be edited.  This process is basically ondrop -> dataTransfer.files[0] -> FileReader -> Uint8Array  Essentially, I want to be able to save the modified file back as a binary...
I've been dealing with this for a long time, so any help is much appreciated. So, I'm downloading a file and saving it using PhantomJS and CasperJS. Let me point out that they aren't the issue. The file is downloaded without a problem.  T...
I'm trying to read the content of test.txt(which is on the same folder of the Javascript source) and display it using this code:  var fs = require("fs");  fs.readFile("test.txt", function (err, data) {     if (err) throw err;...

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