See bottom of question for an update, based on comments/answers: This question is really about the possibility of hidden threads that do not execute callbacks.    I have a question about a potential arcane scenario involving the Node Request module i...
I need to create application which get request for specific port and proxy it to new server on different port  for example the following port 3000 will be proxy to port 9000 and you actually run the application on 9000 ( under the hood) since the use...
I've written a program in Node and Express, using Request to connect to an API and downloads a bunch of data (think 3,000 API requests) (all within the usage limits of the API, mind you).  When running this in a Docker container, I'm getting...
I'm writing a wrapper around node-request:  var RequestWrapper = function(client, method, type, uuid, body, callback) {      callback = callback || body || uuid      // Let's get this looking a little cleaner!     body = (typeof body === '...
I am building a proxy server which is supposed to forward data from an Shoutcast server to the client. Using request or even Node's http module this fails due to missing HTTP header:  { [Error: Parse Error] bytesParsed: 0, code: 'HPE_INVALID_...
I have following code and I want to download entire HTML with their respective computed CSS and convert it into JSON. I am trying request module.  request('http://www.modulus.io', function (error, response, body) {     if (!error && r...
I've got a ProjectClient class that contains a method (.GET()) for making HTTP calls. It supports some arguments and a callback in the same manner as node-request, but has some complex url and header building functions that happens behind the sce...
I'm authenticating users with google/facebook/ms Oauth and I'm then giving them a refresh token. I then use this long-lived refresh token to make requests for short-lived access tokens.  The issue I'm having is my app uses the social prof...
I'm trying to build an Electron-based app, mostly using code from my existing web app. The electron version connects to my server and often relies on that online content. I am using Ajax requests (using Jquery) handle things like the user logging...
I created a node.js server that uses busboy to take requests, and pipe the files to Imgur for upload. However, I keep getting an "Uploading file too fast!" response from Imgur, and I'm not sure exactly what the problem is. Here is the cod...

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