I would like my server.js to basically save a string to a .txt file for a history/log on the server.  Since you can not use php or jQuery in server.js, I don't know how to do this, nor has anyone asked the same question.  Do you know how?  Thank...
I would like to use a Dojo button to download an Excel or a PDF file. So far I've managed to do it by using a call to dojo.io.iframe in the onClick handler of the button. However, this will only download the file once. Any successive calls will b...
I have some PHP code that is receiving and processing large images. I'd like to echo out some JavaScript at certain points while the image is being processed to update the DOM with jQuery. Here is some sample code, but it isn't working. It ju...
The smallest file I have has > 850k lines and every line is of unknown length. The goal is to read n lines from this file in the browser. Reading it fully is not going to happen.  Here is the HTML <input type="file" name="file"...
I have learned that node.js use libeio internally to perform async file I/O, with thread pool, on *nix platform, am I right?    What about async network I/O? Is it done by libev? Is there also a thread pool?   If there is thread pool inside, how cou...
Is there any way (in Javascript) to download a remote website (i.e. like with Curl), read it into a string variable and further process it?...
After having learnt node, javascript and all the rest the hard way, I am finally about to release my first web app. So I subscribed to Amazon Web Services and created a micro instance, planning on the first year free tier to allow me to make the app...
I'm developing a multi-process application using Node.js. In this application, a parent process will spawn a child process and communicate with it using a JSON-based messaging protocol over a pipe. I've found that large JSON messages may get...
I have been searching for details on the advantages of asynchronous I/O in Java, particularly from the application stack designing.  I encountered numerous examples of event driven servers like Node.js, Tornedo etc.  What I failed to understand is wh...
A JSON file is 6 GB. When reading it with the following code,  var fs = require('fs'); var contents = fs.readFileSync('large_file.txt').toString();   It had the following error:  buffer.js:182     throw err;     ^  RangeError: "si...

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