Dash, i mend “one” sorry.

Trucchi: Haha good, so I’m not crazy

Trucchi: So it’s just cute then

Seiner: Trucchi: Array.fromArrayend – start.map_, i = i is shorter anyway

Labella: But still allocates two arrays

Trucchi: Yeah, that’s my preference ***uming you can support Array.from

Dudziak: Which might be slower

Trucchi: You should be able to do it with an iterator without allocating two arrays tho

Mattingly: Dekok: I need to more or less re-create the entire file system I’m compiling a list of file/folder permissions client-side. The API I’m using just doesn’t work when I throw dozens of requests at it simultaneously. I’m not really sure what kind of rate limits it’s requiring. I need to rate limit my requests, but I have no idea how.

Spuler: GeekDude: you can keep your own queue and just make one request at a time

Glorioso: Spuler: I have no idea how to do that. I only dabble in JS

Alman: Any resources or sample code you could point me to?

Stropes: Spuler: How do I create a worker to process my array?

Swaby: I guess I need to look into timers?

Lyall: I could process them from the main thread, I suppose

Spuler: You just don’t make another request until you get a response back from the first one

Wakley: Uam: For help, ask your question. Be patient. Code samples should be pasted in a paste service see !paste. Tell us 1 what you want to happen, 2 what is actually happening, and 3 any error messages you find see !describe and !debug.

Decoster: Hm. how would i send a callback from within a nested function? I got something like http://hastebin.com/uvuvacehot.js

Usman: Cxeq: nope, when I changed the height of the container as I suggested, the bg image scales to match

Usman: Cxeq: it’s definitely a #css issue though

Usman: Despite their attempts to derail you sadly

Verhoff: A callback on the callback that triggers the callback? XD I need one more callback, right?

Pelchat: Im sorry to waste your time

Swolley: I’m using a yeoman-angular setup, and i’m using a plugin grunt-ng-constant that generates a js source file. at the moment, the generated js file is in output to my source directory so it sits next to code i’ve actually written.

Jeffress: Anotheryou: it’s safe to ***ume you always need one more callback ;D

Miramontes: This arrangement seems wrong to me, and i was wondering if there are any best practices for handling generated source files in js projects.

Hultz: Maybe more specifically.on yeoman-angular projects.

Buffo: Dash, can I have on on an anonymous function?

Powderly: I’d like to reload a live web page production, not local dev with different modified HTML.

Shippen: It doesn’t seem like, so far it’s possible. The resource network mapping in Google Chrome’s devtools hasn’t done the trick either other stuff breaks it seems?

Meeuwsen: How is teh book going

Ulich: Bitemyapp: ayyyyy never expected to see you in here

Warchol: Bitemyapp: Are you thinking about a process similar to how meteor handles hot-pushing?

Menchen: I’ve got a modified version of the index.html some script tags are commented out in the live version of the site

Kudrna: I want to load that webpage as if it came from the real site, with all the ***ets working.

Jeffress: Anotheryou: not sure what you mean by “on”

Lebish: Bitemyapp: you could try using Chrome’s inspector and modifying the source within the ‘source’ tab, and reloading with those changes

Peluse: Bitemyapp: I’m not sure if Chrome supports it for HTML, but it definitely works with JS/CSS resources

Groehler: L8D: you can’t modify the HTML and reload with modified HTML in that manner

Comrey: L8D: yes, it works with JS/CSS, it doesn’t work with DOM changes.

Mollett: Dash, i mend “one” sorry :