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Apr
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answered Data from client not getting reflected in server using node.js
Apr
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awarded Nice Answer
Apr
28
comment How to avoid distractions from boisterous dog?
comments removed: Please don't use comments to answer questions as this may prevent others from providing full, complete answers that the community would vote on. Please see How should I post a useful non-answer if it shouldn't be a comment? for more guidance.
Apr
27
awarded Nice Question
Apr
27
comment Create a tag synonym for nw.js
@JamesThorpe I think you're right. The nw.js should be the parent tag.
Apr
26
awarded Nice Question
Apr
26
awarded Student
Apr
26
asked Create a tag synonym for nw.js
Apr
24
comment using favicon with css
Hey, this is a well-detailed answer, but like others said it doesn't answer this question. However, don't let this discourage you from continuing to contribute to Stack Overflow, just keep the context of the question in mind. :) Many of us trip up on this stuff when we first started answering questions here. Hope this helps and good luck!
Apr
22
comment AppEngine doesn't serve files with abnormal extensions
@AdamZeira you should self answer in the answers section below, and link to the documentation. Your question, and the answer, will then help others with the same problem. Good luck and hope you find an alternative!
Apr
22
comment AppEngine doesn't serve files with abnormal extensions
I'm trying to make sure I understand your problem.
Apr
22
revised Syntax Error: Token '' is unexpected, expecting [:] at column 4 of the expression [] starting at [}}]
no need to put tags in the title since they're in the tags section
Apr
22
comment AppEngine doesn't serve files with abnormal extensions
Hi Karens, welcome back to Stack Overflow. If you [edit] your post to explain why this works, it will add even more value, not just for the op but also anyone else who has this same problem. Hope this helps!
Apr
22
comment AppEngine doesn't serve files with abnormal extensions
Why don't you just use the first example using /dev if that works correctly? What are you trying to do? Thanks. :)
Apr
21
awarded Enlightened
Apr
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awarded Nice Answer
Apr
21
comment What career paths are available to a developer who's not interested in management, leadership, or teaching?
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Apr
19
comment Cannot seem to install Google Cloud Managed VMs
gcr.io/google_appengine/python-compat is not found on the server. In addition, where would one go to get the Node.js runtime? Thanks.
Apr
19
comment node-webkit read full path of files from directory
stackoverflow.com/a/5827895/552792 Does this help? You may need to read the files within the directory using some other method.
Apr
19
comment How can I avoid the risk of mistakenly deleting data from a production environment with no backups?
Hello, can you edit this post to explain in more detail. On our site, we're looking for answers that explain why and how. Please see [answer] for more details. Specifically, I'd suggest explaining an approach this person might take to inform the mentor, as well as what types of reactions to expect and how to circumvent them and maintain professionalism. Hope this helps.
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