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Shining Light Productions - Win32 OpenSSL

Shining Light Productions - Win32 OpenSSL
Shining Light Productions' Technical Support is highly acclaimed by many as the best in the software industry. The reason? You get to talk to the original/current developer of the product one-on-one...this means that there is no annoying third party using scripted responses. The downside is that, since you ARE e-mailing a real developer, you need to realize this and respect the developer, no matter what mood he/she is in. A developer's time is extremely valuable and a developer may not be in the most pleasant mood all the time. Bug Reports: To report a bug in the Win32 OpenSSL Installation Project, send an e-mail to Shining Light Productions describing your system setup, pertinent configuration information, what your intended goal is, and provide all related information (no matter how irrelevant it seems) to the bug. Feature Requests: To suggest a feature, send an e-mail to Shining Light Productions describing the feature in as much detail as possible. Related:  Node.Js Resources

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Node.js Debugging Support extension Sign in to write a review Sort by: by 月下听禅 | January 22 2014 Could anyone give a sample? Extremely Useful! good one. Ok I have not tried it, but being able to use awesome VS2012 for my Node.js debugging would be HUGE! The Node Beginner Book » A comprehensive Node.js tutorial Essential Node.js patterns and snippets In this post, I take a look at the different patterns that you need to know when using Node.js. These came from my own coding and from a look at the code behind Tim Caswell’s flow control libraries. I think it is necessary to know how these basic patterns are implemented even if you use a library.. 1.1 Class pattern If the class is long, then instead of doing a single Class.prototype = {…} assignment, it may be split into multiple Class.prototype.method = function () {..} assignments. Reminder: Assign all your properties some value in your constructor. 1.2 Accessing global values from objects // constructorvar Class = function(global, value2) { this.global = global;}// access using this.global in class methods 1.3 Factory pattern // Constructorvar Class = function(value1, value2) { ... }// FactoryClass.factory(value1) { return new Class(value1, "aaa"); }// properties and methodsClass.prototype = { ... }; 1.4 Sharing state between modules 1.5 Singleton class (added Feb 2011) 2.1 Parsing GET 4.

express - MongoDB schema design for multible auth user accounts Nodejs Windows Setup · pcimino/nodejs-restify-mongodb Wiki Installing Python & C++ Libraries Apologies to Ubuntu & Mac users A user emailed me asking about some errors he got setting up this project. I realized that I forgot to document the requirements for Python and C++. $ sudo apt-get install libdevil1c2 libdevil-dev $ apt-file show libdevil1c2 Nodejs Nodejs is pretty easy to setup, simply download it and install it. Install Nodejs from here. Once done, you can verify by opening up a new command prompt and typing node --version, you should see the version number displayed. Python You will need Python 2.7.5 from here. C++ Libraries Some of the modules need to link to C++ libraries. Install the Node Modules If you already tried to install the modules and it failed, delete the ... ... Next, the Nodejs Server Setup Return Home

node.js - How to know if i´m logged in with passport node.js - nodejs + passport + express 3.0 + connect-flash no flashing Wrapping Kue wth Promises and Domains · Steven Lu If you’ve ever used kue before, you’ll notice its callback based. What happens if you loose that callback? Well, that job will stall your worker and remain “active” until the next time you restart your worker. Have you also noticed that failed and completed jobs take up redis’ memory space? Why do we need the other queue states too? Here’s a little snippet of how I’ve been able to resolve these problems. If you’ve also noticed, async errors are not caught well within promises and will cause Kue or your worker to crash. Metaduck Recently I blogged about how I like to build my JavaScript “classes”. I personally prefer the module pattern: it provides true encapsulation and doesn’t expose unnecessary methods and properties, which you get when you use the typical prototype pattern. One of the downsides of it, I’ve been told, is that it doesn’t easily allow to build classes that you can inherit from. That is true if you mix the styles, specially if you want to inherit from a class that is built this way. One of the fallacies of using inheritance in JavaScript in the typical prototypical way - and in the model of most OO programming languages I know - is that inheritance, as it is, is a leaky abstraction. For instance, if you are inheriting from Node.js EventEmitter pseudo-class, you have to be careful to never override any of the properties it initializes and changes. Let me give you an example of where this fails: Let’s say you have an Animal class: And let’s say you want to inherit from it. var Animal = require('.

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