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Posted 16 Feb 2014
QuoteDoes not work at ALL. Why?
because in the second case you have an Object literal. and the syntax of Object literals is different from normal code (a key followed by a colon followed by a JS expression, comma-separated between each key-value block)
Oh that's right I forgot about that man I apologize. So can you still use access properties of get and set with this?
Posted 11 Jan 2014Thanks for the help guys about objects. So what you guys are basically saying is there's nothing obviously wrong here? Is this how you would program something like this? How do you guys approach programming "problems"?
Thanks guys you are awesome as always ++
Posted 9 Jan 2014Good solid points BetaWars. With the cheaper and cheaper prices of servers and what not I'm finding that I'm actually NOT using things like Google's "cloud" service for the obvious questions that you asked.
I'm also confused still as to whether or not you could use PHP sessions in the cloud like that? The guy above you said "I'm sure they do". This raises even more questions for me though. For example if they do support sessions what about session hijacking? There are PHP directions you can use for making sure session use on cookies encryption
and http only etc. To help make session much harder to hijack. Does the google cloud ALREADY DO THIS? I would assume they do but who knows? This all makes me skeptical of moving my site(s) there?
Posted 8 Jan 2014That's true Dormilch. Thank you!! This does seem to require a lot of typing though simply to make an object field none accessible etc. but perhaps cleaner and easier to understand!
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