I'm working with socket.io and node.js and until now it seems pretty good, but I don't know how to send a message from the server to an specific client, something like this:  client.send(message, receiverSessionId)   But neither the .send()...
I have a JSON Object  {      "widgetSettings":[{"maxDisplay": 6, "maxPerRow": 2}],     "widgets": [         {"wigetID": 1, "show": false, "weight": 0, "widgetTitle": "Widget 1",...
I'm using angularjs with firebase and when I use  $scope.createdDate = new Date();   it uses the time on the client, however I want to use Firebase Servers current time as client-side time may vary. How can I go about this in angular?...
I am trying to check if the input name is already in a Google Sheet. However, I am getting this error:      Uncaught TypeError: google.script.run.doSomething is not a function.   Here is my Index.html file.  <!DOCTYPE html> <html>  <he...
I've always considered JavaScript as a great addition (or rather, for the last couple of years, as a must have) to the client side of any web application. Even when I started to use Mootools, which takes a big step away from DOM manipulation, an...
Does anyone see server-side JavaScript taking off? There are a couple of implementations out there, but it all seems to be a bit of a stretch (as in, "doing it BECAUSE WE CAN" type of attitude).   I'm curious to know if anyone actually w...
Yes, I know that less was in first place written for node.js. But I really want to use it without adding node.js to my server, or learning how it works.  Is there some implementations of less written in other languages? Or maybe something similar to...
For the past few years I have always used a client-side hidden <input> field to store a server-side value and use it in Javascript land.    For example, let's say I need an Ajax timeout value from my app configuration.     I'd probably...
I run this website for my dad which pulls tweets from his twitter feed and displays them in an alternative format. Currently, the tweets are pulled using javascript so entirely client-side. Is the most efficient way of doing things? The website has n...
I'm looking to replace PHP with something better (everybody seems to say that PHP is evil, right ?), and considering server-side JavaScript.  node.js seems very popular, but I'm afraid I'll go crazy with asynhronous stuff. Is it possible...

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