Yes. You want to malicious make your visitor download a file or you want to crawl and get a bunch of files?
Google Developers & Google Webmasters are the only Youtube channels I follow.
Same padding/margin issues apply.
It's not bad at all, user. Personally I would make the distance between all the elements on the grid the same size (now these three elements with green "mehr erfahren" buttons have more space between them) but I'm autistic and don't know shit about frontend.
Has potential. It's not bad by any means. There are a few mistakes here and there that could elevate it to the next level. Here's what I would do: - Lower the spacing between the nav items so the logo and nav can fit on the same line. One on the left, the nav on the right. - Use better stock images, the one near the top is too bright and generic. Check out Pexels. - Your lime green is too bright, tone it down a bit. It's too hard to read the white text on the small buttons. - Your 3 modal boxes have weird padding. Fix it so the padding between the text and the little green buttons is the same as between the button and the bottom of the card. A.k.a, vertically center the buttons. - Don't use textures on your background, use solid color. - Your text fields need some love. Look at the text fields from popular frameworks like Bulma and copy what they do. - Your footer has no padding at the top, fix it.
Change those and then get back to us. A live link would be better than a screenshot too.
There are many versions of Spring and many versions of Tomcat. Are there surefire combinations which never cause any weird problems? I've already stopped using Java 9 because of all the weird errors I kept getting while having seemingly good code.
I want to learn Spring but I don't want to have to deal with errors which don't result from my mistake when coding. At least for now.
inb4 >why Spring when there's Django/Rails/etc.
After learning Java it makes more sense to learn a Java web framework and start earning money than to start learning another language. I want to move out of my parents' house.
Crawl and get a bunch of images. And download them to a specific folder instead of my default Downloads folder. So they are all collected in one place.
Oh and your typography of course. Header font is too thin, kerning looks wanky in some places, nav items are too large, etc..
Just shred. sudo shred -v -n7 -z /dev/sdX Replacing X of course.
By the time you finish the JS parts you'll know where to go next.
EVERYTHING is too much. When tackling a new language I focus on variables, functions, data structures, conditionals operations and loops.
>dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX
I want to apply to apprenticeships here in the UK, super-basic entry-level positions, and I need to have a portfolio of stuff.
I know a great deal of JS but have never really finished a project, I've just moved on to something else when I feel I have learned everything to do the project.
>no compatibility Stop caring about IE users. It's their own fault. They had several years now to upgrade to one of the many modern browser available.
the struggle is real and those who joke about people like us don't know our plight
>voluntarily lose money/a client eXDee
Idk, can you fizzbuzz without googling?
Write a short program that prints each number from 1 to 100 on a new line.
For each multiple of 3, print "Fizz" instead of the number.
For each multiple of 5, print "Buzz" instead of the number.
For numbers which are multiples of both 3 and 5, print "FizzBuzz" instead of the number.
Not hard to write the "fallbacks" using SASS + oldschool float hacks with support back to IE6, but CSS grid is much more convenient. Browser support will reach 90% soon.
Is it better to make web api calls JSON and parse inside the method or separate by parameters?
while (i=0; i=
>tfw you look back at code you wrote six months ago I never knew I had been so retarded at such a recent time
>when you look back at code you wrote a year ago, which is when you first started writing code A very positive feeling, funnily enough. It takes me back to when everything felt brand new and magical, and I was trying all sorts of different things all at once. Like childhood all over again.
Sure, just don't use a form button (that gets quite hacky very fast). Instead use a normal button and assign an onclick function that gets the data out of the relevant forms and sends a xmlhttprequest/fetch (post, of course).
If you haven't written a for loop in a long time, you probably have to program more or do some more complicated stuff, because that really is pretty basic. If you're interested in doing full stack, try making a basic blog with nodejs on the serverside.
I know I'm a retard. I'm growing to hate myself for still being unemployed.
I'm new to git. If I were to upload my portfolio on GitHub, what would be the usual means of people offering constructive criticism? Should I invite them to 'open a pull request' on my code or can people just leave comments and not have to fix something themselves? A lot of the terms confuse me /wdg/...I would just like people to critique my code if they want to.
doesn't work, sorry Pajeet you're fired
How do I go from "I've finished a couple Django Tutorials and can build a thing" to "I can deploy a web application that won't break when someone looks at it too hard"
I knew going into it that it was gonna mostly be pseudocode. Think I did a pretty okay job considering I didn't use any references. But hey, I can't get fired if I've never been hired!
post it here
i'm sure you'll get all the criticism you want
we'll rip you to shreds
write a Django application and deploy it on the cloud-.
Look into for loops
Well, then just write one. It's not that hard and you're probably going to learn a lot.
Thanks for this, I'm on it.
but what about security, permissions, caching, all that stuff?
There's no way to just save files to the user's machine from the browser, because this would be easily exploitable. At least as far as I know; there may be a web API I don't know about that lets you do it.
Doing it in the browser, assuming the images are not hosted by you, I think you'll run into issues with same-origin policy. The same-origin policy basically says "you can't access any data requested from a different domain than your own, unless they specifically allow it". If a site allows it, they put it CORS headers in their response, which you can read about if you're interested, but it doesn't apply to most sites if they don't have a public API.
If you're using Node.js however, then you should be able to do this just fine. Same-origin policy is enforced by the browser, so programs that aren't browsers, like Python or Node don't need to care.
And Node can save things to disk just fine, look at the 'fs' module, specifically the writeFile method.
I see Mozilla and w3 schools have some. Any else that's not catered to beginners?
Imagine making a decision based on what new college graduates think is popular and fun to use. Imagine ignoring benchmarks and building your stack on top of a dynamically typed language, a framework that can't into proper multithreading and the worst package manager in existence.
>a framework that can't into proper multithreading holy shit so they write, that they are using parallel SSR with vertx, but I don't see a comparable setup with the Node/Express example. Am I missing something there? If so please point it out. This is not really a benchmark of multi-threaded vertx vs a single Node instance, is it?
Not a designer, but looks pretty good. I've seen worse designs on sites of large businesses.
The benchmark uses a single verticle instance (meaning vert.x is running single threaded in it), same as node.js If vert.x was running multithreaded (as in multiple server verticles) then it'd have beaten node.js by even more.
I work for the company, project is still in beta and we're doing upgrades atm.
Vert.x only works for Eclipse?
Can i use, for example, Intelij?
Of course you can use intellij. It is just a library that you add to your project. You can write server backend and clientside in java, kotlin, scala and even js
>I've seen people here call animations unnecessary and fluff. Never seen that.
Nah, the issue is when people decide to be flashy instead of functional.
Need to make a front end for visualizing security (log) data. What library would suit me to make parallel coordinates and a network graph. Need to be interactive and customizable like editing the node icons, link labels, color.
why did i click on the top right 'x' to close that picture?
In the polyglot-counter repo Readme it states "Render in parallel" and looking at vertx-ext-spa-ssr that seems to be its exact purpose with launching multiple workers.
react-ssr-optimization is supposed to be used with its caching functionality I assume. So the result of 19.4k vs 11.1k Req / Second reflects the 2 workers vs 1 node instance setup. This is compeltely ignoring some unnecessary stuff the Express app does, like using the cookie-parser and other things, that aren't present in the vertx example.