Force loading framework is terrible for performance.
One of the most misleading term you hear is "bridge", it can mean a number of different things. There is no one thing that melds frameworks together.
R_J idea of using json(p) is a great one.
I used this to test what you want
don't use oneof use match
Note the escaping of the parenthesis. Btw test it out, becuase I n…
It can't be client authority, becuase it is not a trusted source. So it you are using server as an authority that could work.
jsConnect is a thre step handshake. It need to be able to contact the authority over http.
if there is no cookie/session …
Are you asking for a help chat room, or some chat room to install on your site?
Chat rooms basically detract from the point of a having a forum. Do one or the other.
The point of forums is the content is indexed on the web. Yes you can coll…
Also the use of h1, h2... have much less significance than it once did. Search engine …
Using a a web application to do server management is the tail wagging the dog.
Just becuase some framworks do doesn't mean it it should be copied.
Vanilla is called Vanilla for a reason. It is not called Tuti Fruti.
Vanilla is extensible, you can…
Yes its working for me ... but the problem is that it does not combine css and js files into one file.. it creates files for different directories separately .. for example pausing, themes etc... BUT its better than n…
There is a difference between human readable and full natural language based.
I mean obviously assembly is less readable that higher order.
However the pursuit towards natural languague meh, if anything we need to bridge the gap between machine an…
it is relatively simple to parse a statement like
"check the age of John and Sue and tell me which one is older"
Natural language processing already exists, goggle make good use of it as do many phone apps.
However natural language is somewhat ov…
Facebook was built with php.
They reach a brick wall, and the didn't wan to retrain their developers so the developed a supped up engine for php.
Twitter was built on Ruby.
They reached a bottle neck, they used a combination of Scalia, Java, Ruby…
Personally I thing Ruby is bit overrated. It look nice in principle but is way too idealistic to fault. It has way too much syntactic sugar.
I would learn python an PHP. PHP is widely used and python is a great and powerful language.
Choosing any sort order can make the forum run slower if the field is not properly indexed. I remember the restriction was there for reason. If you want to sort by a different field apply an index to it if one doesn't already exist.