How can I use create a Web worker from a string (which is supplied via a POST request)?  One way I can think of, but I'm not sure how to implement it, is by creating a data-URI from the server response, and passing that to the Worker constructo...
I am working on a project that uses a web worker.  In my head section I have this code:  var worker = new Worker("worker.js"); // More code   This works fine in Safari, but Chrome reports the following error:  Uncaught SecurityError: Failed...
In a quest to have an interface capable of running arbitrary javascript code inside the browser, without having a security hole the size of a typical yo-mama joke, Esailija proposed using Web Workers. They run in a semi-sandboxed environment (no DO...
Can a WebWorker access the localStorage?  If not why not? Is it problematic from a security stand point?...
Are web workers allowed to access a canvas object?...
I'd like to generate images in a bit of asm.js code running on a web worker. And I'd like to regularly composite the latest state of that computation onto a user-visible 2d canvas, together with some other content. Currently I have code which...
How can angularJS use web workers to run processes in the background? Is there any pattern I should follow on doing this?  Currently, I am using a service that has the model in a separate web worker. This service implements methods like:  ClientsFaca...
Shared Web Workers are designed to allow multiple pages from the same site (origin) to share a single Web Worker.  However, it's not clear to me from the spec (or other tutorials and information on Shared Workers) whether the Shared Worker will p...
I am unable to to access jQuery inside an HTML5 web worker. Is there a way I can do that?...
Is there a way to determine the number of available CPU cores in JavaScript, so that you could adjust the number of web workers depending on that?...

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