I'd like to output a message like "Listening on port {port_#}" to the terminal from my node js server.  I found documentation, such as this, NodeJS: How to get the server's port?, but they only talk about Express JS.   I'm using t...
Hope someone can help.  I need to return some data from a RESTful API service that is hosted on a non standard port 9091. I am using the following as a test harness:  var options = {     'method' : 'GET'   };    var result = UrlFetchA...
I am developing a web application in MVC. When user log in to website I am getting local IP address of user. But now what I want to do is scan list of open ports of client local machine.  Is there any way to implement this in JavaScript or jQuery or...
I am using Phantomjs in order to capture the content of a web page. I have tried it with lots of sites (i.e. Google, etc, etc) and it works perfectly. Then I tried to capture the content of a page that is under a dev server. This page listens to port...
I have found a Greasemonkey script which works fine in Firefox but not in Chrome, which is my preferred browser. http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/105578  I have tried to fix it myself but without luck. I have posted my findings during debugging, h...
one application is running on port 3000 and I want to run another application on a different port of the default port. How I change this in React Next.js. My package.js script is   "scripts": {     "test": "echo \"Error: no te...
I'm doing to run nodejs server on windows server 2012. App port is 7090. This is part of the server.js file:  var port    = process.env.PORT || 7090; app.listen(port, function() {   console.log('Listening on port ' + port); });   When I r...
Currently a page i am editing has a JS menu. This contains items such as;  {     xtype: 'tbbutton',     text: 'Home',     width: 60,     handler: function() { window.location = 'index.php'; } },   However due to how the server...
How can I set the port WebSocket will be listening on? I'm trying to deploy Meteor on OpenShift, but there they have a nodejs-proxy server that listen on port 8000 instead 80, and redirect to my Meteor daemon. It is working since a manually creat...
I am specify port 30000, but the app ends up listening on a different port.  This is the code I am using:  var express = require('express'); var bodyParser = require('body-parser'); var path = require('path');  var app = expre...

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