Fioravanti: I ***ume this is causing some issues trying to read the files
Plack: Hey guy im using this function https://jsfiddle.net/L7m7a0hb/
Lebeouf: Now i need to get a second variable p***ed from the page to the new page so i can retrieve it via get, i use this.value to get the county but i also need to attach the client ID
Piske: 16:06 tcsc mobile safari is the worst browser
Tejeda: Ffs I thought this is what chokidar is supposed to prevent
Piske: Somebody has never developed for the native samsung browsers
Piske: They’re still sticking it as “internet” on brand new phones too, based on mobile chrome that’s about 5 years old iirc
Zittel: I thought i would be able to get away with this.value + $id but it doesnt seem to like that so can someone point me in the right direction to be able to add an extra php variable to the function so i can retrieve it via explode and get in the counties2 php script
Elvis: Piske: i thought that stopped since android 4.4 or something
Piske: Tcsc: oh, maybe. this was last year when i was doing all that work, the phones were turning up with 4.2 on them
Elvis: Android from 4.4 on uses chrome as internet
Elvis: Or, like a reskinned chrome
Piske: That’s nice then, makes any future work much easier
Twohey: I know how to retrieve the value but i dont seem to understand how to send the extra variable with this.value
Elvis: Honestly we just said ‘4.4 or higher for via browser, 4.0 or higher through our app’ and we bundled a chrome build with the app
Piske: Tcsc: yeah we ended up just linking to chrome in the google play store and telling them to download that if we detected the samsung browser
Piske: So much browser sniffing in that app :
Keena: Anyone have an idea what may cause chokidar to fire 7 ‘add file’ events when there’s only 1?
Darocha: This seems to happen when more than 1 file is being watched, hmmm
Freytas: It seems like the more often I add a file, the more often it thereafter spots it being added
Sella: Thus I add it once, it detects it once
Stibb: Then I remove it and add it again, it detects two adds
Ginger: And have your php serve it to that ajax request
Wims: Manners13: If I were to make a suggestion, it would be that you need to decouple your server code and your client-side code
Prevette: Have a random question, looking for some help
Sahady: If I know JS, is there any point to learning Coffeescript or Typescript? Besides just looking prettier and writing less chars
Gentleman: Daragao: coffeescript is objectively horrible, so no.
Reuschel: I am not so sure about the advantages of Coffeescript but TypeScript isn’t just to make it look prettier
Gentleman: Daragao: typescript is going to be more chars because you’re adding type notations. it’s also nonstandard, but at least isn’t objectively horrible
Banes: Although used JS for the last 2 years
Hostetter: Maybe less runtime errors?
Pokrzywa: I googled it, there’s like 300 answers, none of them have any solid base, or maybe I am just not conviced until now, and really wonder why would you develop on something like that
Schramek: I’m currently working with bluebird and want to run multiple queries using Promise.all, but sometimes the queries fail which is ok and it doesn’t wait for the others to finish.
Schramek: Is there a way to have all promises resolve whether they p*** or fail?