I installed a service worker on my application, it gets installed well, activated well, and the caching is ok too.  But when the caching is done when I click on a page that is a 302, it tells me:     The FetchEvent for "http://localhost:8000/form...
Anyone know how to run Node Cluster on windows? I haven't been able to find any articles on the web and cannot seem to solve this problem:  events.js:160       throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event       ^  Error: write ENOTSUP     at expo...
I initiated a web worker on chrome and it had a simple function that was called repeatedly using setTimeout. Surprisingly the web worker terminated after the function was called around 1000 times. Can anyone explain why? I guess chrome is doing some...
I have a bad service worker that is no longer updating. I noticed the issue in Chrome first. I then put the following code in the index.html file and in the sw.js (service worker) file. For the most part it seems to be working fine. Firefox seems to...
I have been using web-workers in javascript. It would have been an icing on the cake if window, document references were present in web workers context. I would like to know for what reason was it chosen to not make these references accessible in wor...
I am trying to implement Server-Sent Events (SSE) inside a SharedWorker.  The implementation is working with no problems in Google Chrome. However, it does not work in FireFox at all.  When I try get it to work in FireFox I get this error in the cons...
For example, say the user requests some audio file to be processed, then of course nodejs can't do the intense processing, so it should offload it to a worker process.  These workers probably need to be able to pub/sub to events, respawn when the...
I use web worker in my project: one simple question is when ever we terminate the web worker event auto unbind from worker or not:  worker = new Worker("scripts/workers/clockTime-worker.js"); worker.addEventListener("message", onMessa...
This is the code of my worker:  onmessage = function (event) {     postMessage({'data': event.data}, ['http://localhost:9000']); };   And this is the code where I use the worker:  var worker = new Worker("/path/to/my/worker.js"...
From my application, i need to run a complex function using a ajax request and in mean time a modal div with a spinning image needs to be displayed. I tried using javascript which works fine in mozilla but not in chrome. as a workaround i tried web w...

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