Questions tagged [web]

Web is referred to a network environment without any specific web frameworks used in programming.

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How to support anonymous user in web application?

I work for a publishing company that also provides content distribution to their users. In order to access a piece of content the user must be entitled to do so. Traditionally this authorization check ...
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Binding in web frameworks - to frontend data or backend data?

AngularJS and other web frameworks provide data binding abilities (as in WPF). Is the UI bound to JavaScript variables on the frontend (web browser) or is it bound to the data in the server (via AJAX ...
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Architecture recommendation for dynamic integration of algorithms/scripts

I am looking for a simple software architecture that is able to evaluate user data using different versions of algorithms. According to my concept, the user is able to upload tabular data via a Web ...
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Separating WebRTC Signal Server and Media (SFU) server

I'm working on a WebRTC VOIP product. I am not using peer-to-peer connections, but instead having clients connect to a SFU which distributes audio to everyone involved in a call. From my ...
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Working with user timezones in the web browser and reports generated in the back-end

I have searched a lot on how to handle timezone in a web app. My application saves all dates as UTC in the database and returns UTC dates in json requests, so javascript proper handle conversions in ...
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Modular Webframework which also includes Frontend modularity

This might be a big or broad question, but I simply cannot find a proper answer to this myself. Right now I'm struggling to find a starting point for the application I'm trying to make. My idea is to ...
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Why bother with server-side form submissions in a SPA?

I am all in favour of progressive enhancement and using server-side rendering when fetching a URL. The age-old discussion gives several advantages, such as improved load time, SEO crawling and ...
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Promise in Web MVVM

In MVVM (or Presentation Model), my (web) view listens to a CLICK event and calls a function of the Presentation Model to ask for the result. To clarify, the presentation model lives browser-side. ...
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How to create lots of web projects that are copies of each other (90%) but also have some unique elements (10%) in each? And that also support updates

I have a web project in. Say, it's in Rails, or any other well web framework. And I plan to be creating copies of it and running them all. Let's say, it's a blog. Each blog will be deployed on its own ...
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Creating a webhook server / sender

I'm now working with an API project, where I'm developing new API endpoints and the final result at the end of the life cycle is as follows: a client should receive updated data out of what it sent to ...
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HTML Encoding - XSS protection

My general rule for web development is that the server encodes HTML tags in any user-generated input when it is first submitted to prevent XSS. However recently someone suggested that instead of ...
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One form with multiple fields vs several forms doing ajax requests

I have a group of invoices to send to a back end. The requirement is to be able to send everything with a button, so I can do the following: Send everything as form fields name like ...
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Implement taxometer paywall

I need to add a paywall to my site. According to this article, I want to implement a taxometer system. The easiest and least secure way would be tracking the number of viewed articles using secure ...
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Session Management in distributable web-apps

I am working on a huge web application in which I need to add transparent failover feature. I understand the necessary steps to make a web application distributable, the most difficult thing being: to ...
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Angular JS vs Modern MVC frameworks

I might be wrong for some things here, but here is what I recently though about. Modern frameworks MVC such as ASP.NET MVC 5, CakePHP, Java Spring etc. has their logic clearly separated into Models ...
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Is it a good idea to have a string.xml to house all strings in a web application

In Android Framework there is a string.xml file that houses all the strings for the application. This allows for easier re-use and possible internationalization. My question is, is there any ...
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Web GUI for Python scripts

I have several but independent computer vision pipelines which were original planned to run by a user via a cmd (task1 -> script_1.py, task2 -> script_2.py and so on). All pipelines share some code (...
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Why isn't React recognizing the CSS file I've linked in Index.html?

I've built a meme generator using React as an early project to master the basics. I have 6 files in my "mememaker" folder on my desktop, which I created using "create-react-app". They include: index....