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  1. In Topic: Java Spring or Python Django.

    Posted 21 Nov 2015

    What do you want your web application to do? Maybe neither is the best choice.

    Django and Spring are MVC based frameworks.

    However, python offers other frameworks too. Flask or Gunicorn for instance.

    Java also offers other frameworks. JSF and Vaadin for instance.

    You could use a Node library like Meteor or MEAN.

    Web Applications are varied and interesting today.
  2. In Topic: Filter like a mysql column with jquery

    Posted 21 Nov 2015

    If you're not adverse to jquery extensions, there is one that works really well made just for this situation.

  3. In Topic: Gevent WSGI - Int has no Len parameter

    Posted 21 Nov 2015

    For the benefit of others, I solved this by doing this (Which is silly):

    return [result]

    Ultimately, I got rid of all that mess by switching to flask.
  4. In Topic: That Language is Old

    Posted 16 Sep 2015

    I can say, after having used Ember.js, Node.js and Django, I know why PHP is falling off. It takes way too long. The only reason i haven't switched on my server is because of legacy services. However, django and Ember.Js are great for MVC for web. Angular is good too, I just don't use it.

    I suppose it should be telling that per githut, Javascript, Java, Ruby, Python and C++ are among the top languages stored in github. Javascript is at the top. Web based languages seem to be taking over. So is anything not JS old?

    I guess if we're basing whether or not we use something on its age then compilers should be the first thing we stop using.
  5. In Topic: If program gets outdated, it notifies user!

    Posted 24 Oct 2014

    If that's how you want your program to work, then simply do the update check before you launch the main program. So before you ever draw the main window, show a splash screen (or not) and check for updates. If there are updates, tell them that they can't launch the program until they update and ask them if they want to update now. I would never suggest updating without asking if they want to at the time. I think that's invasive personally. I may not be in a position where I want a program to update. But if you don't want it to launch, then it's very easy to put the update check in before the primary program running. So it seems like you already have it figured out.

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April 2, 1989
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    29 Nov 2013 - 08:43
    Hey ccubed do you still have Crysis 2 steam keys to give away?
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    02 Nov 2013 - 19:51
    i am a new member here. i have used other forum before, but its gaming forum specifically, and i have been noticing that one has to post in order to be able to unlock features, which kinda includes emailing (i tried to email you but it didnt let me...)unlike the gaming website i am at. anyways, i have seen you are a c++ programmer for 7 years! wow!
    i ha...
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