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    1. The HTML5 form validation techniques in this post only work on the front end. Someone could turn off JavaScript and still submit jank data to a form with the tightest JS form validation.To be clear, you should still do validation on the server.
    1. Therefore client side validation should always be treated as a progressive enhancement to the user experience; all forms should be usable even if client side validation is not present.
    2. It's important to remember that even with these new APIs client side validation does not remove the need for server side validation. Malicious users can easily workaround any client side constraints, and, HTTP requests don't have to originate from a browser.
    3. Since you have to have server side validation anyways, if you simply have your server side code return reasonable error messages and display them to the end user you have a built in fallback for browsers that don't support any form of client side validation.
  4. Jan 2021
    1. Save time with AutomationsAutomate the repetitive work in seconds so you can avoid human error and focus on what matters

      It gives the impression of software that its highly automated which implies that it is good for client for who want to save time and manage team members easily.

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    1. I want to run docker daemon with TLS enabled but client certificate authentication disabled so that clients can verify authenticity of docker daemon but docker daemon doesn't need to verify clients.
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    1. urql/packages/svelte-urql/ Go to file Add file Go to file Create new file Upload files urql/packages/svelte-urql/
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    1. When is your site not built with the Jamstack? Any project that relies on a tight coupling between client and server is not built with the Jamstack.
  11. Apr 2020
    1. There are, indeed, at least two projects independent of us, which are developing software that can read 1Password data (once you’ve given them your Master Password.). James Brown (@RogueLazer) has developed some Python libraries which can – given the Master Password – read both the Agile Keychain Format (1Password 2 and 3 for Mac, 1Password for Windows) and the Cloud Keychain Format (1Password 4). Indeed, RogueLazer’s efforts and queries have led to substantial improvements in our documentation.
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    1. This is a browser execution environment. It may provide additional built in objects exposed in the global namespace. It is a specialized execution environment which provides builtin capabilities beyond the base javascript language spec.
    2. Consider that the client environment as the special case as it exposes objects into the global space to provide certain features and limits others.

      Doesn't the server ever expose objects into the global space??

    1. If your only reason for using Axios is backward compatibility, you don’t really need an HTTP library. Instead, you can use fetch() with a polyfill like this to implement similar functionality on web browsers that do not support fetch(). To begin using the fetch polyfill, install it via npm command: npm install whatwg-fetch --save
    1. If you are using a JavaScript library, chances are it comes with a client HTTP API. jQuery’s $.ajax() function, for example, has been particularly popular with frontend developers. But as developers move away from such libraries in favor of native APIs, dedicated HTTP clients have emerged to fill the gap.
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    1. Client<->Server API - defines how Matrix compatible clients communicate with Matrix homeservers. Server<->Server API - defines how Matrix homeservers exchange messages and synchronise history with each other.

      Given the data model (which allows merges) forkdb could be a close candidate to substitute a Client <-> Client API (also called peer to peer).

      Play with it.

  • Nov 2015
    1. Mbembe points out that often thefunction of awarding infrastructural projects has far more to do with gaining access to governmentcontracts and rewarding patron-client networks than it has to do with their technical function.This is why roads disappear, factories are built but never operated, and bridges go to nowhere.

      Sounds like scheming for political gains.. This is easy to see in the work place or society when one befriends another or joins a certain group for political/hierarchal benefits rather than for the pure purpose of the action. African societies cannot be the only ones who follow these functional implementations of these infrastructural projects.

  • Nov 2014
    1. the interface currently works quite slowly, much slower than regular web content.

      This may be browser-side speed. Most of the heavy lifting of the application is done in the client.