Drew: Well then you can save an html copy of the live page and use that when you edit the js i guess
Aughenbaugh: Also btw, php can run as a webserver so you only need the php binary
Santio: I find pretty extra***ant that no ide support having file on a remote server since it what internet dev is about actually
Nacar: Sbs: well there are, but the problem is it adds A LOT of complexity
Mortland: As you have to edit it locally ftp doesn’t support remote edit then upload the change
Sides: And then reload something on a different url to see the effect
Amini: While with a local copy you can just use inotify and auto refresh the browser when you save a file
Sautner: Also node.js is the future muahahaha
Stoen: Bare metal MEAN staxxx
Ganley: I don’t agree with that commend at all.
Aten: Node.js is a hype, not much more then that
Sodawasser: Var CurEpoch = new Date;
Biby: CurEpoch= CurEpoch.getUTCSeconds;
Petrouits: It has way to bad performance to take over as a common webserver
Battis: Is there a reason this does not work? e
Mccampbell: Except for being ugly
Schwulst: CurEpoch should be 16 when you’re done
Schwarze: If that doesn’t work it depends on something outside the lines you pasted
Geppert: Sbs, what environment? I don’t think internet explorer would like that code
Prey: GetUTCSeconds is not the opposite of setUTCSeconds
Tennis: Sbs, neither will rhino
Moerke: Nvm, I’ll have to work the other way around
Rangasammy: No ie supports it just fine
Vallarta: I don’t think it would like the self referencing ***ignment
Avallone: Well I did Curpoch = new Date.getUTCSeconds;
Vojtko: But as it did not work I split to understand
Reos: Curpoch = new Date.getUTCSeconds;
Beddard: The stupid one that if you do a=1,2,;console.loga; it outputs 1,2,3?
Dominguez: You need to wrap the new statement
Flohr: Sparing myself an extra variable declaration. JS allows for uglyniss, ket’s enjoy
Pascoe: Does not work, means for me does not return an epoch, it does not crash
Erben: Actually in what situation does the UTC seconds deffer from the localtime seconds? that’s a pretty useless function
Schiavone: Sbs: as far as i know never
Merring: I suspect it is added for completeness and future security
Scampoli: The spec supports second offset though
Mountcastle: So it can technically happen
Zysett: Yeah mytimezone = UTC+42s
Veltin: I hope noone will ever go there though.
Shurak: 30 min timezone is way enough for my taste.
Schack: Does Date API convert timestamp to localised date?
Castellana: I mean, Jun in English and Haz in Turkish
Weikert: So it is either .data’smt’ or .prop’data-smt’ right
Weikert: What do you mean with “work around the cache”? can you explain?
Ritari: Weikert: .data function “caches” the result, so if it changes it doesn’t know it and returns old information. attr doesn’t have this issues.
Hullihen: Cork – is that right ? plus what do you mean by working around json p****r?
Benthall: Ya, if you use .data you should update it with .data too
Shackelton: What i meant by work around the cache is that if you update with .data the attribute doesn’t get updated
Harbottle: And some ppl want the dom attribute to reflect the data doesn’t work with structured data though
Beddome: Anyone have some idea, if the FB pixel code is possible to make as a lazzy download? Give it a a sense?