Three weeks ago I started a new project that uses nodejs and which forced me to learn some asynchronous programming. I couldn’t quite manage to adapt.
Because this was server code that ties together other web services and my own database, many of the helper functions ended up having multiple asychronous steps. The lack […]
Typically, web authors simply load whatever library they’d like to use with full trust. In JS, such loading amounts essentially to a #include. I’m flabbergasted that this practice remains normal. It could be paranoia, but even without invoking all the security concerns, I’d be reluctant to include other people’s code simply because of the potential […]