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I'm reading about Cypress and its li Mobdro mitations in many forums and blogs for quite a long time. Most of the posts talk about the missing ability to test cross-browser and cross-domain. Maybe it's time to create standalone tests runner, which is capable to run Cypress tests. But there are solutions like Nightwatch or Testcafe, so the question is: word counter

Is there someone who really wants it or it does not matter because there are other tools? VidMate

Posted in Authentication library!!

I need to implement a simple login feature for a site. Given how common a need this is, I figure there must be popular and well maintained libraries out there that will do a lot of the work for me.

What have you used successfully?

For the library to be useful to me, it must be possible to authenticate with a LDAP server.

Posted in Welp. They just let me go.!!

I started with a company 7 weeks ago and they just let me go. They had no training material whatsoever. They interviewed me as an engineer. The moment I started, they started treating me like a manager, so I was like "What gives?" and they told me I was going to be the Web Team Lead. Whatever. So I started learning their company and history and team dynamics and how they operate and how I'm going to lead the team. Then two weeks ago, a demo didn't go so well and I was given a silent ultimatum, but I didn't realize it until I was just fired effective immediately.

Am I going out of my mind, or did I dodge a bullet? This is a company who's on Ruby 1.9.3 / Rails 3.2.12 (I think) and expected me to hit the ground sprinting. In the entire time I was there, I never even could get the test suite to run. I was only ever barely able to get the server to run due the the ancient versions. https://100001.onl/ https://1921681254.mx/ https://acc.onl/hotmail

I'm just looking for a gut-check. Not a pity party.

Posted in Welp. They just let me go.!!

I started with a company 7 weeks ago and they just let me go. They had no training material whatsoever. They interviewed me as an engineer. The moment I started, they started treating me like a manager, so I was like "What gives?" and they tol https://routerlogin.uno/ d me I was going to be the Web Team Lead. Whatever. So I started learning their company and history and team dynamics and how they operate and how I'm going to lead the team. Then two weeks ago, a demo didn't go so well and I was given a silent ultimatum, but I didn't realize it until I was just fired effective immediately.

Am I going out of my mind, or did I dodge a bullet? This is a company who's on Ruby 1.9.3 / Rails 3.2.12 (I think) and expected me to hit the ground sprinting. In the entire time I was there, I never even could get the test suite to run. I was only ever barely able to get the server to run due the the ancient versions. https://openweb.vip/whatsapp-web/

I'm just looking for a gut-check. Not a pity party. https://19216801.onl/

Posted in Do we need an alternative to JSON?

Hey everyone,

Maybe this is a controversial topic but I've been wondering for a while about a JSON alternative. Being able to serialize objects, array, string, numbers and booleans is nice and fit 99.9% of needs, but there's still that 0.1% left behind. I'm thinking serializing dates, sets, functions?, refere nces (more on that later) and other data structures we can use in "native" JS. fedloan

On the other hand, it's really convenient to have a standardized data parser/serializer that's super simple and thus works across many programming languages, still is human readable/writable enough. irs.gov

But I've seen quite a few project (JSON graph, netflix's Falcor) trying to shove in graphs under a JSON notation, other smaller libraries scanning strings to see if one matches a date format or a RegEx that I feel like we hold to JSON a little bit too much, and maybe a slight evolution wouldn't be bad. easybib

On the references side, I find it really funny that a core property of JS variables (objects and arrays are just references) isn't carried to the serialized version. Makes more sense on the human readable/writable sense, but becomes very verbose, especially in the graphQL age (which by the use of JSON should be called Graph2TreeQL IMO), and gets wrecked by circular object which are just fine a easy to serialize if you add a way to do it.

Am I alone in this or are there other people sometimes frustrated with JSON limitations? And if yes, what is the biggest "I wish it could do X" be?

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