mjs

London, United Kingdom

beebo.org

Age: 39

Aw, shucks.

Feb
6
comment Why do authoritative and cached names servers return different records for ANY type?
Thanks, this is helpful, although it doesn't explain why specifically asking the cache for the "missing" records, and then immediately requesting ANY doesn't seem to help. Why doesn't the cache get populated in this case?
Feb
6
comment Why do authoritative and cached names servers return different records for ANY type?
This might be related to ANY being involved in attacks on internet infrastructure: blog.cloudflare.com/deprecating-dns-any-meta-query-type datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-dnsop-refuse-any/… The authoritative servers seem to support ANY though, it's just the caches that don't.
Feb
6
asked Why do authoritative and cached names servers return different records for ANY type?
Feb
4
accepted Does the service worker cache support cache-control headers?
Feb
3
comment Are promises lazily evaluated?
Ah good point, that's … unfortunate! I guess I can live with the cache entry not always being deleted, although I'm not sure how to deal with the possibility that it might happen frequently.
Feb
3
accepted Are promises lazily evaluated?
Feb
3
asked Are promises lazily evaluated?
Feb
2
comment Google Classroom API - List students in a class is very slow
Is this still happening? That's very much slower than it should be.
Feb
2
answered (403)Request had insufficient authentication scopes - OAuth scopes Google Classroom API
Feb
2
answered Determine user type in Google Class Room (Either Teacher or Student)
Feb
2
comment Google Clalssroom Oauth Web Interface
Could you be a bit more specific about the sample you tried, and what the errors are? Also try the interactive demo at the bottom of developers.google.com/classroom/reference/rest/v1/courses/list
Feb
2
answered Does the service worker cache support cache-control headers?
Feb
2
asked Does the service worker cache support cache-control headers?
Feb
1
comment Use Service Worker to intercept requests on the first load of my site?
Are there any disadvantages/drawbacks to doing this? (Why is this behavior not the default?)
Jan
14
awarded Necromancer
Jan
13
revised Testing Smart Lock for Passwords app integration
Added links, made each heading bold
Dec
28
awarded Famous Question
Dec
19
awarded Commentator
Dec
19
comment Is it OK to split long functions and methods into smaller ones even though they won't be called by anything else?
@SandyGifford The various optimizations of modern JS engines should prevent the redeclaration and reassignment from happening if that's actually affecting performance bahmutov.calepin.co/detecting-function-optimizations-in-v8.html. (e.g. via a JIT.) Re memory usage, I'm not sure how breaking a bigger function into smaller ones changes this?
Dec
7
answered How can an application collecting data for a group of people send that data to their individual google fitness accounts?
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