How many Web applications, getting mixed answers

hello all! My agency offers SharePoint as a service to other agencies within our organizations. These other agency's could potentially require many different forms of authentication, ADFS,SSL, etc. We have not gone the HNSC route (due to not wanting to make everyone ADFS although that's not out of the realm of possibilities) but we are running into a problem now that we have a lot of web applications (28) and now when we try to create web applications it takes extremely long and times out. In IIS we have increased the shutdown time limit to 800 and increased ping max response time to 800 as well per premiere Microsoft supports recommendation. We split the web application's, application pools up in three groups High, Medium, and Low and Web Applications we deem need their own application pools based on user traffic we create them their own. We are running 9 servers including 1 sql box 4 wfe 4 apps servers all running 8 proc 16gb. Generally how many web application have you all see to be stable. We initially took this route of not going HNSC because another microsoft tech told us we could do many web applications as long as we regulated the app pools and kept the memory usage low. none of our servers reach above 13-14gig on load. thanks for the help in advanced.

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OWASP MTL - Feb 25th - Proven Strategies for Web Application Security

Hi everyone! This coming Tuesday on the 25th OWASP Montreal will have a presentation at ETS with a special guest speaker flying in from Philadelphia about strategies for Web Application security. Come and join us, the event is free and it's a great opportunity to learn more about web security and to network with fellow security-minded developers. If you can't make it, we'll have a live web-cast on youtube as well. Here are the details:

MAIN PRESENTER: Justin C. Klein Keane

ABSTRACT: The rising dominance of the web as an application delivery platform has focused attacker attention squarely on the security of dynamic web applications. Application security is a complex, and shifting, field. Learn about tested and successful techniques to build safer applications, find flaws before they become vulnerabilities, and deploy applications that can detect, and resist attack.

BIO: Justin C. Klein Keane is a security engineer and chapter leaders of OWASP in Philadelphia. For over a decade Justin has worked as a trainer, coder, and exploit developer. Justin is currently writing a book for NoStarch Press on hacking, speaks regularly at conferences, holds a masters degree in information technology from the University of Pennsylvania and is credited with hundreds of application vulnerability discoveries.

REGISTRATION: Free on evenbrite

WHEN: February 25th 2014

WHERE: Ecole de technologie superieure, 1100 Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Room: A-1150

WEBCAST: Will be live on YouTube

ACADEMIC PARTNER: ETS - DCI

PROGRAM:

  • 18:00-18:25 Networking
  • 18:25-18:30 Welcome speech by Chapter Leader (Jonathan Marcil)
  • 18:30-20:00 Main session and open discussion: Proven Strategies for Web Application Security
  • 20:00-... End of the meeting in a pub
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With a simple and steady programming routine, in a little more than a year, I've gone from not being about to do anything to building web applications. The way I look at technology has changed dramatically. There is no going back now and I regret nothing.

I got into programming because I used to be an avid gamer. To minimize the time I spent on non-essential tasks, I learned shell scripting in order to automate repetitive tasks. This gave me more time to spend on video games. Sometimes, I even enjoyed this all this problem-solving. Sometimes, I enjoyed it much more than video games.

Somewhere along the way, I started feeling less and less fulfilled with my video game consumption. Even my all-time-favorites, Factorio, Satisfactory, and Rimworld didn't feel as good as they did to stick my days into just a few years ago. I decided to just quit and focus on increasing the breadth of my programming knowledge.

I took up basic tutorials on youtube - Mosh, liveoverflow, networkchuck. I finished the introductory courses on javascript, kotlin, git, sql, etc. on Codecademy. I read about programming paradigms, data structures, time and space complexity - believe it or not, I really had no clue about what I was learning at the time. I pretty much just bashed my head against these concepts until I finally understood them. It took a whole lot of persistence and effort but I think it's finally starting to pay off.

Last year I built my first bot. It was a simple piece of code that used a text processing library called Tracery.js and constructed an 'insult'. There was nothing fancy about it, but a few people told me it was hilarious and that tiny amount of feedback really kept me going.

This year, I built several websites including a much more complex application that uses Node.js and PostgreSQL. The need for this application was quite genuine. It wasn't a simple hobby app. It was built with a necessity. You see, I am a big music lover and long story short, I had a few thousand text urls to music that was hosted on certain music distribution platforms such as YouTube and Spotify. I decided to do something about these links because I thought it was really silly to copy-paste a link manually into the browser each time I wanted to listen to something interesting.

I decided to build a small program that fetched metadata for each url from its service. I then stored that data in a PostgreSQL database. I then connected that database to a front end. The result is something I call Need Music. It's basically something

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Hotwire: An alternative approach to building modern web applications without using much JavaScript by sending HTML instead of JSON over the wire. twitter.com/dhh/status/13…
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Finally made my first Django web application

UPDATE https://www.reddit.com/r/learnpython/comments/kp55mj/update_to_finally_made_my_first_django_web/

I finally made my first Django web app and published it on Heroku . It's not done yet, but I need some help with front end HTML and CSS. I had never used HTML and CSS before this, nor Django. The project is open source on GitHub and you can contribute if you want.

Anyways, I would love if someone checked it out and give me feedback. Any criticism is welcome.

Link to the GitHub repo: https://github.com/0Nikola0/royaltyv

Link to the app: https://royaltyv.herokuapp.com/

Here's a peak of how it looks: RoyaltyV

EDIT: For everyone getting 500 ERROR, I'm working on it. When I set DEBUG to False everything broke. As this is my first Django project I don't know exactly what to fix so i don't know how long the app won't be running. I'm suspecting that it's something with the STATIC files or how I'm linking / accessing them. I might need to change the directory or something. I will post an update as soon as I fix it. Also thanks for the support, it motivates the hell out of me

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Turbo - The speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript. Open sourced by Basecamp github.com/hotwired/turbo
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Crafting Profits Web Application

Greetings,
I previously introduced The Gadgetzan Times here. It's a web application which calculates the profits of crafted items of each profession with real-time auction data using Blizzard World of Warcraft API.
You don't need to provide your TSM key or battle.net API credentials. Just select your language, region and realm to see which recipe is worth to craft.

Best practise hint: Order recipes by profit rating. You just need to click header of Profit Rating column to do this.

I previously got awesome feedbacks (%96 upvoted), and I'd like to announce that I implemented all of the requests.

- Wowhead tooltips and TUJ links are added.
- Legendary item prices issue is fixed.
- Milling profits page is built.
- All languages are available.

I'd also like to hear some ideas to develop in future.
PS: If you really like the app, consider supporting me on Patreon. Sadly, server costs are my biggest concern and I really wanna keep this platform online.

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My first ever web application!

Hello,

I would like to share with you my first ever web application made with Asp .net core 3.1. I just got into this whole programming thing earlier this year, from knowing nothing about anything to me releasing my first ever web application, it was a long journey and it won't stop here.

A brief summary about my web application:

A CRUD web application with validation, identity server and much more! The backend is developed by me and for the frontend I used a template which I heavily edited, the credit for the template can be found in the Layout. This is my first ever web application, more would come in the near future! Built using Asp.net core 3.1 MVC, Bootsrap, Entity Framework core, AWS and some JavaScript libraries.

I would appreciate it if you can have a look at it!

For fast demo to see the many different funcionalities login with:

For Admin view

Email: [email protected] Password: 123456Aa

For User view

Email: [email protected] Password: 123456Aa

Visit my web application at

http://retrogamer-dev.us-east-2.elasticbeanstalk.com/

The repository

https://github.com/TarikElHajjam/RetroGaming-Aspnetcore

Edit: The admin view is not working, someone messed with the account, so I'm going to fix it and update you with a new one

Update: I fixed it, please use the same admin view listed above

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How to structure larger Go web applications?

I'm coming from a PHP (Laravel) background and have always worked with OOP for the past 10 years. Currently I'm playing around with Go, followed some tutorials and it has been fun so far. Most tutorials and examples focus on very simple things but I'm looking for a bit more, basic things like syntax and how to use libraries I can figure out myself.

With the simple examples I have used so far I can see it quickly become a mess when the application grows so I'm looking for the best way how to structure a Go web application for growth. I thought I would need a framework for that but I have read this isn't necessary with Go. Go also isn't OOP what I'm used to so this is new territory for me. Can someone give me some pointers where I can learn how to structure larger Go (web) applications?

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A web application where you can instantly hear the pronunciation of any Swedish word on YouTube.

Hello everyone, as a Swedish learner and a hobbyist web developer, I have developed a web application where you can instantly hear the pronunciation of any Swedish word on YouTube:

youttala

Just type the word you want to hear and search, and hopefully, you will get many instances in which the word is used. 😊 The application was very recently launched, and the database is still expanding. So hopefully there will be even more videos and fewer bugs in the coming days. I hope it would be a useful tool for you. 😊

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Does the Bitwarden Desktop Application have any advantage over the Web Vault?

If I have access to the Web Vault, is there any reason why I would want to have the desktop client installed on my PC? I don't use Bitwarden's 2FA. I use the free version, mostly as just a password manager.

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Web Application Security Checklist βœ”
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Turbo - The speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript. Open sourced by Basecamp github.com/hotwired/turbo
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I've created a web application, how would I use CSS to style it?

There's the BufferedWriter to write HTML to the output stream, but how can I style the HTML with CSS to make the web application presentable?

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For those disappointed in iOS14 and Philip Hues adaptive lightning, I have created web application that automatically changes the color temperature during the day, from energizing blue in the morning, to dimmed relaxed light during the eventing. It’s free and open source, link in the comments v.redd.it/6vdra7pmbu161
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UPDATE to Finally made my first Django web application

I made a post about my first Django app here yesterday, but it broke the moment I disabled DEBUG mode. The post I'm refering to is Finally made my first Django web application

Link to the GitHub repo: https://github.com/0Nikola0/royaltyv

Link to the app: https://royaltyv.herokuapp.com/

About the app:

I'm a movie enthusiast and I've always wanted to make app about movies. That's what got me into coding in the first place. I made a very simple web app that's somethin like a database for movies and tv shows, just very basic (for now). Basically you get info about movies. At the front page you get what's popular today, but you also have the option to search for what you want. When you click on a movie / tv you get information about it in a nice looking page (some css bugs there yikes). I plan to add User system where you can put movies in a watchlist and stuff, but I first need to learn about Login stuff.

Check it out, it might spark some motivation :D

What was the problem

If you saw my last post, you probably got the 500 error when trying to check out the app. When I posted I had forgotten the DEBUG to be True. Thanks to u/DataDecay who reminded me to turn it off, amongst hiding the admin page, thanks man.

So when I disabled the DEBUG mode, everything broke. First I hadn't set ALLOWED_HOSTS (you need to set your unique url). After I fixed that the app still wasn't working. I didn't knew that I need extra modules for the app to work on heroku (you dont have to install them, but they need to be in the requirements.txt).

Now here come STATIC files. When in production, the app doesn't read them from the static folder that you create. It runs python manage.py collectstatic which alone creates some problems, but they're manageble. Basically you need to specify where the static folder is located (i put it in the root directory) and put this in your settings.py at the end:

BASE_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)))

STATIC_ROOT = os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'staticfiles')
STATIC_URL = '/static/'
STATICFILES_DIRS = (
    os.path.join(BASE_DIR, 'static'),
)

The staticfiles is from where Django will read the static files in production (DEBUG = False).

Now that that's f

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What is the best language to build an interactive web application like tableau that generates detailed reports based on user inputs?

Fellow wizards. What are the technologies one must use to build an interactive website that generates reports based on user inputs? Thanks in advance!

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nefarious: web application for automatically downloading TV & Movies

I've been working alone on this project for a couple years. I've gotten a small amount of feedback but am looking for more. Also, I'm looking for anyone interested in contributing.

https://github.com/lardbit/nefarious

Summary: In a nutshell, nefarious is a web application that automatically downloads TV and Movies by searching a multitude of torrent indexers behind the scenes.

Feedback: What features is it lacking, what are some features that don't work as expected, what is confusing

Contributing: Features, documentation, UI suggestions. (Software is Python/Django/Typescript/Bootstrap).

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Information disclosure vulnerabilities affecting three of the major web browsers(Firefox, Chrome, Edge) which can be leveraged to determine a vast range of installed applications, including the presence of security products fortinet.com/blog/threat-…
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This web panel is insane...!! Check it out (Link - snapdrop.net)... Can be used for wireless transfer of literally anything(media or text) without size limits and no application is to be installed...
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Why Do Large Corporations Use Java Or C# Over Node.js, Python, Ruby E.t.c When Building Enterprise Web Applications?

I have noticed (Based on research, job posts of large corporations) that enterprise web applications are built with either Java or C#. Why is this the case?

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I made a web application to watch all the videos of a YouTube playlist/channel on the same page.

Ever wanted to watch a playlist of programming tutorial with peace, but had to keep loading different videos to refer something from the previous video or open ten tabs and get overwhelmed just to keep track of them?

I made a web application using Flask which takes a list of playlist links or channel links or a mix of both and spits out the videos from them on the same page, no extra tabs.

Link to the app: MultiTube

All you have to do is give it a comma-separated list of different video links, playlist links or channel links. You can even remove any video which you have completed or scale them up to a larger width.

Ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iik25wqIuFo, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu8EoSxDXHP6CGK4YVJhL_VWetA865GOH, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCezIgC97PvUuR4_gbFUs5g

Source code: https://github.com/SrikarKSV/MultiTube

You can find all the features on GitHub or ask me in the comments! Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Recommendations for writing server-side web application and generating HTML?

I have done Python programming before and new to Common Lisp. I am looking for recommendations for setting up a web application quickly. I don't care about client-side fancy stuff like ReactJS or anything. Just simple web apps that can handle HTTP GET and POST requests.

In Python world something like Flask and Jinja2 work very well for hosting a simple app and generating HTML pages. I am looking for something similar in the Common Lisp world.

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I posted this in r/MealPrepSunday the other day and they really enjoyed it so I want to share here too. I created a free web application for meal plan ideas, you can follow any diet, get grocery lists, along with many more features.

https://preview.redd.it/z6y1m3bzgdr51.png?width=1273&format=png&auto=webp&s=94666c02b12043eb99f7e1966f831fd9c505449c

https://preview.redd.it/a7tbxaazgdr51.png?width=1275&format=png&auto=webp&s=68214a1443d3d396255a70c9a01b799a955da4fd

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Web application for claiming is down [New Jersey]

I’m trying to certify at my appropriate time and it is saying that the application for claiming weekly benefit is not available at this time. Has this happened to anyone else?

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Feedback on diagram of web application hosted by AWS?
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What is your current favourite hosting solution for small web applications, and why?

I have previously used Docker + Digital Ocean as well as Docker + Heroku for full stack applications, and Firebase hosting for front end applications.

I have not been in the game for a super long time and I would be keen to hear what the current favourites are for hosting small web applications.

At the moment, what do you find to be the easiest? The fastest deployment workflow? The most reliable?

Would love to hear from some more experienced devs :)

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[For Hire] πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Professional Web Application or Website | Full Stack Developer
              Website Designer/Developer | Full Stack Developer 

Hey everyone, I'm offering affordable and professional web application or websites for individuals, businesses, and agencies. I'm a full stack developer that is able to develop your idea into a fully functioning app. I'm highly motivated and committed. I take my job very seriously and I work hard to deliver quality designs on time and within budget. Your time is valuable so I make sure to deliver on my promises.


What I offer:

  1. Frontend + Backend Development

  2. Secure and Scalable web application

  3. UI/UX Design

  4. High-Quality Code

  5. SQLite/Postgres Database

  6. Third-party API Integration

  7. App Deployment

Why hire me?

βœ“ 6 Years of Experience in Web Development

βœ“ CS degree with a major in Software Engineering

βœ“ Clean and well-maintaned code

My current hourly rate is $35 but I prefer setting a fixed price so feel free to PM me with an overview of your idea to get a quote.

Testimonials from my clients


My websites portfolio

  1. My two most recent web app projects were a file management system for NPOs based in Germany and a job posting website for a local company.
  2. SOHL7
  3. InsightFM
  4. AirHosted
  5. Riverbend Consulting

Feel free to send me a message if you'd like for me to send you my resume, LinkedIn or GitHub profile.

Thanks for reading and have a nice day, Matt.

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The new TXTAG web application/site is up...and running?

Yesterday, someone made a post about problems on the new TxTag site. Another commenter who had called TxTag was told to try again today.

Yesterday, I tried to log in unsuccessfully. This morning, I got a different page asking me to update my login credentials using either the email address associated with my old account or the account number and PIN. I was able to do so with the latter (LastPass for the win).

After clicking around a little, it seems slow but mostly functional. I did see problems in a couple of functions (e.g., when viewing transactions, clicking on the "Image" link for a transaction doesn't work and results in a JavaScript error in the console)

If you are a TxTag accountholder, you might want to try to get into the new site and check things out.

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How do you do health checks for external APIs, databases, cronjobs and web applications?

How do you do health checks for external APIs, databases, cronjobs and web applications? Do you just need to ping them? What are some other ways to do health checks in a node microservice?

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Looking for a good beginner tutorial for a modern ASP.NET MVC C# Web Application

Hi I'm looking for a good tutorial video for a modern ASP.NET MVC C# Web Application. If you guys know any good tutorials I would be appreciative. I am looking to take my programming to the next level. Thanks in advance.

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Resources for Web Socket Application With Channels

I'm currently working on a sizeable project wherein the goal is to make a TCP application (our goal is to make a Slack clone) using Spring Boot web sockets for the backend. Can anyone offer tips or point me in the direction of good resources on how I'd go about setting something like that up?

There are lots of resources for simple Spring Boot chat applications with web sockets but they're all very simple, single chatroom type things and I want to offer features like channels/the ability to reply to specific messages in a reply thread (like in Slack, essentially, lol). Thanks in advance!

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Edge 89 (ARM) vs Edge 87 (x86) nearly doubles score in web application benchmark on Macbook Air reddit.com/gallery/kgt2nb
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Chromium/Web version of GeForce Now is higher stream quality than the application

I've noticed, as well as others on the GeForce Now Discord that the chrome version is noticeably crisper and clearer.

The desktop application has a higher tendency for compression artifacts and generally being much blurrier compared to the web app, which, at least in my use, is pretty much always crisper.

Thing is, the desktop application has less input lag and feels a bit more responsive, not much, but it's noticeable when you use both. I pretty much use the web app though, as I play single-player games and the input response time isn't a big deal. in such cases. It would be though, for multiplayer, in which case I use the desktop application.

Is this a known issue? u/NV_cory, can you say anything on this?

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This web application allows filmmakers to avoid building fancy websites. Showing the essential is what really matters. We are screen artists not programmers or designers!

I made it Free because I know that we filmmakers have a limited budget ;)

https://www.wattchy.com/

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How to Use a MongoDB Database in a ASP NET Core Web API application samwalpole.com/how-to-use…
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Web application could not be started

I'm running a very old instance of ruby [1.9.2] on rails [3.1.3] - everything was working fine until today, when we suddenly started getting this message. The same code works fine on Dev, but once on production we are seeing this.

bundle show activesupport runs fine and listing the gems and what not shows no errors. Any ideas on what to try?

The error, the rest didn't look as helpful but I can post that if needed.

Web application could not be started

Could not find activesupport-3.1.3 in any of the sources (Bundler::GemNotFound)
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/spec_set.rb:92:in `block in materialize'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/spec_set.rb:85:in `map!'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/spec_set.rb:85:in `materialize'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/definition.rb:114:in `specs'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/definition.rb:159:in `specs_for'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/definition.rb:148:in `requested_specs'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/environment.rb:18:in `requested_specs'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/runtime.rb:13:in `setup'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler.rb:120:in `setup'
  /usr/local/rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/bundler-1.3.5/lib/bundler/setup.rb:17:in `<top (required)>'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:116:in `require'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:116:in `rescue in require'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:122:in `require'
  /srv/rails/quotes/config/boot.rb:6:in `<top (required)>'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:51:in `require'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:51:in `require'
  /srv/rails/quotes/config/application.rb:1:in `<top (required)>'
  /usr/local/rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.2-p290/lib/ruby/site_rub
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Part 6: How to Benchmark XYZ Tile Files vs GeoServer TileWMS for Raster Timeseries NPM Web Applications davleifer.medium.com/part…
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Does anyone else find more success with imports when using dataloader.io in the web browser vs. using the desktop application?

I’m not sure why sometimes I can run one file through the dataloader desktop application and it not work but if I run the same file through dataloder.io in the web browser it works fine. Thoughts?

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Deep Learning Application on the Black-Scholes Model & Web Scraping on Yahoo Finance and AlphaQuery

Hey, guys. My friend and I expanded upon works done by Culkin and Das on training the MLP model to learn the Black-Scholes model and would like to share our work here: https://samuellee19.github.io/CSCI145_Option_Pricing/

If you guys want to learn more about how we scraped data from Yahoo Finance and AlphaQuery (S&P 500 Options Data), check this repo out.

Also, we would appreciate some constructive criticism and feedback!

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Are most web jobs developing websites, or web applications?

A lot of front end jobs by and large looking for React experience. So on the outside, I'm assuming it's web application work.

However I've worked numerous jobs since 2010, and it's basically building websites for clients or maintaining a company website that's on a CMS. I just started maintaining a React application just this year - and even so, most of my work is maintaining a few CMS company sites.

Even though there's a lot of demand for React, are people still just overwhelmingly building websites? Or does that job market truly reflect that much web application work is needed?

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If(!Multiple_answers_string.equals(hardcoded_answer_string)) System.out.println("That's incorrect"). Imagine not knowing how to parse a string and programming a web application used by hundreds of thousands to millions of students.
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Go vs NextJS for SSR Web Applications

I have a web application I'd like to build where each page needs to rank high on SEO long tail searches. I want many of these pages to be dynamically created, so I'm leaning towards SSR (with some static pages). Coming from a NodeJS background, I'm attracted to Go's types and easy to read code, for stability and ease of engineers quickly getting up to speed. I'm also attracted to the stdlib, instead of using npm.

Is Go the best tool for creating a large SSR web application? Or should I lean towards using NextJS, which is popular as an SSR solution (I do like React). My thoughts are mainly around Go templates/snippets becoming unmanageable, vs something like NextJS + React making the application code easier to manage/organize with scale. Also, the availability of React vs Go developers.

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Turbo - The speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript. Open sourced by Basecamp github.com/hotwired/turbo
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Do Print-on-demand stores need a web application that keeps track of orders and ensures they get paid?

I'm a freelance developer and I've developed a web application that helps a print-on-demand store keep track of their clients orders as well as ensure that they get paid for every order.
The app is more focused on POD shops that have clients with large quantities of orders. Their clients can basically pay upfront and then orders will be processed. If the client doesn't have enough funds on his account, the orders will be stopped.

I was thinking of offering this solution to other POD stores but I'm not sure if there's a need for it. I also don't know where to find POD shop owners. Any advice is welcomed.

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OWASP MTL- Feb25th Proven Strategies for Web Application Security- Webcast

Hi everyone! This coming Tuesday on the 25th OWASP Montreal will have a presentation at ETS with a special guest speaker flying in from Philadelphia about strategies for Web Application security. Don't worry if you're not in Montreal, we'll be streaming live on YouTube for all of you netsec guys out there.

If you're in Montreal, great! The event is free and it's a great opportunity to learn more about web security and to network with fellow security-minded developers. If you can't make it, we'll have a live web-cast on youtube as well. Here are the details:

MAIN PRESENTER: Justin C. Klein Keane

ABSTRACT: The rising dominance of the web as an application delivery platform has focused attacker attention squarely on the security of dynamic web applications. Application security is a complex, and shifting, field. Learn about tested and successful techniques to build safer applications, find flaws before they become vulnerabilities, and deploy applications that can detect, and resist attack.

BIO: Justin C. Klein Keane is a security engineer and chapter leaders of OWASP in Philadelphia. For over a decade Justin has worked as a trainer, coder, and exploit developer. Justin is currently writing a book for NoStarch Press on hacking, speaks regularly at conferences, holds a masters degree in information technology from the University of Pennsylvania and is credited with hundreds of application vulnerability discoveries.

REGISTRATION: Free on evenbrite

WHEN: February 25th 2014

WHERE: Ecole de technologie superieure, 1100 Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Room: A-1150

WEBCAST: Will be live on YouTube

ACADEMIC PARTNER: ETS - DCI

PROGRAM:

  • 18:00-18:25 Networking
  • 18:25-18:30 Welcome speech by Chapter Leader (Jonathan Marcil)
  • 18:30-20:00 Main session and open discussion: Proven Strategies for Web Application Security
  • 20:00-... End of the meeting in a pub
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nefarious: web application for automatically downloading TV & Movies

I've been working alone on this project for a couple years. I've gotten a small amount of feedback but am looking for more. Also, I'm looking for anyone interested in contributing.

https://github.com/lardbit/nefarious

Summary: In a nutshell, nefarious is a web application that automatically downloads TV and Movies by searching a multitude of torrent indexers behind the scenes.

Feedback: What features is it lacking, what are some features that don't work as expected, what is confusing

Contributing: Features, documentation, UI suggestions. (Software is Python/Django/Typescript/Bootstrap).

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nefarious: web application for automatically downloading TV & Movies

I've been working alone on this project for a couple years. I've gotten a small amount of feedback but am looking for more. Also, I'm looking for anyone interested in contributing.

https://github.com/lardbit/nefarious

Summary: In a nutshell, nefarious is a web application that automatically downloads TV and Movies by searching a multitude of torrent indexers behind the scenes.

Feedback: What features is it lacking, what are some features that don't work as expected, what is confusing

Contributing: Features, documentation, UI suggestions. (Software is Python/Django/Typescript/Bootstrap).

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What is the best language to build an interactive web application like tableau that generates detailed reports based on user inputs?

Fellow wizards. What are the technologies one must use to build an interactive website that generates reports based on user inputs? Thanks in advance!

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[For Hire] πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Professional Web Application or Website | Full Stack Developer
              Website Designer/Developer | Full Stack Developer 

Hey everyone, I'm offering affordable and professional web application or websites for individuals, businesses, and agencies. I'm a full stack developer that is able to develop your idea into a fully functioning app. I'm highly motivated and committed. I take my job very seriously and I work hard to deliver quality designs on time and within budget. Your time is valuable so I make sure to deliver on my promises.


What I offer:

  1. Frontend + Backend Development

  2. Secure and Scalable web application

  3. UI/UX Design

  4. High-Quality Code

  5. SQLite/Postgres Database

  6. Third-party API Integration

  7. App Deployment

Why hire me?

βœ“ 6 Years of Experience in Web Development

βœ“ CS degree with a major in Software Engineering

βœ“ Clean and well-maintaned code

My current hourly rate is $35 but I prefer setting a fixed price so feel free to PM me with an overview of your idea to get a quote.

Testimonials from my clients


My websites portfolio

  1. My two most recent web app projects were a file management system for NPOs based in Germany and a job posting website for a local company.
  2. SOHL7
  3. InsightFM
  4. AirHosted
  5. Riverbend Consulting

Feel free to send me a message if you'd like for me to send you my resume, LinkedIn or GitHub profile.

Thanks for reading and have a nice day, Matt.

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