Posts Tagged Under: Node. JS

Vivaldi Browser Will Make You Forget About Firefox and Chrome Forever

Aside from phones, web browsers are perhaps our most personal tools. A browser needs to be 100% customizable if you want to make it truly yours, but sadly that’s not the case with the ones available today. Many people sometimes resort to using two browsers to get the best of all worlds. But there is one new contender that promises to live up to everyone’s expectations for the first time in browser history.

Promoted with the tagline, “a browser for our friends,” Vivaldi is the brainchild of former Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner. Along with a dedicated engineering team, he achieved what can be considered the most customizable and usable browser yet.

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Senior C/C++ Developer Wanted

As we mentioned a while ago, the Stack Team handles the tools and frameworks used by the other Clouders. HubRing, a branch of the fast Redis database, is among the interesting projects we are currently working on. We first used Redis in VoipNow 2, as a caching mechanism. However, due to increasing demands, we had to expand its functionality. As a result, new data types were added. VoipNow 3 and Pinapple brought on some special needs that forced us to diverge from the Vanilla Redis to such an extent that we can consider this project an entirely new product, with a new identity.

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The Callback Syndrome In Node.js

When starting out in event-driven programming, you often find yourself amazed at how it works. It is pretty much what it feels like when you discover loops or conditional statements. As you progress, it becomes obvious that the overuse of the new paradigm will most likely prevent anyone else from successfully going through your code. This article dissects the problem of asynchronous control flow in JavaScript and suggests a simple solution using closures.

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