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Feels like I found value of "NAN"
i.e, finding non-ranter dev @ devrant!
"Write no rant
Comment no rant
++(view) all rant "
I guess he should be given a badge or something!
Never able to achieve that stage of satisfaction,
Bsod in windows,
Grub rescue for Linux,
Gradle build problem for android,
What not ?
Yet I really feel like today , I met a ironical legend of dev community!
A full bow to you my friend5
Wrote some unit tests to check for 404 errors that called a fake endpoint key...
Months later create that same endpoint key for unrelated reasons and spend a half hour trying to figure out WHY ON EARTH the 404 tests are all failing...
How in the FUCK does the first tutorial on the django website not FUCKING WORK, i've spent the past 5 fucking days trying to get anything at all to work, but no 404 Errors when i follow the guide WORD FOR WORD, trawled through looking for spelling errors but nothing. Fuck This4
IIS curse you and your nuances!
I launch my local web application (which was working fine) and now get CORS errors and 404 not found. Wtf. I clean the solution rebuild, same thing. Then I restart my PC and try again. Same thing.
Then I use Firefox instead if chrome and it magically works. Wtf!
It's hard to fix broken things when they fix themeselves afyer trial and error2
Well shit! ... "We don't really validate we just give you a 404 if the field is formatted incorrectly, that is part of the V3" how the fuck do I know that.
Days spent trouble shooting these cannot find errors, for a damn incorrectly formatted date field. Fuck sakes!2
Does anyone know how to solve the 'Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <' error? It's on the first line <!DOCTYPE html>, I've even tried deleting that line, but got the same error on <html>.
I've been looking for answers for a while now, and nothing works for me! I know as soon as I post this, I'll get the answer immediately tho.
All the other pages work fine, with no errors and no warnings, all the js/css/whatever files are called in the same file which is shared by all the pages (app.blade.php).
The only 404 errors I'm getting are from the images, but I've tried deleting the img paths and still get the same error. I'm also getting 404 on the images on app.blade.php but those are working fine on the other pages, so I don't think that's it.
The controller was basically copy/paste from another project. I've tried dd($product) and looks fine.
Long story, short: everything looks fine and I'm going crazy. Anyone know what it could be?12
At university: Error 404
But as I say: you can learn from everything, from good how to do the things, from bad how to not do the things.
One example: don't copy code directly from a PowerPoint presentation, it will change the " to other symbol and make you look like a fool when the compiler throws errors and you don't figure it out why
Maintaining referential transparency might find its use in the inner working of a process but I cannot find any practical usage for it around the basis of your standard app.
For instance: you make an axios request to your api, you wait for the response. Two reasonable ways of checking are to catch anything errors (axios throws on 404 and 500s) or checking if status is not 200/201/whatever. If its not then alert the user that there was an error fetching whatever they needed or however you go about error handling. This is a standard in application interfaces, to alert users of issues. Request functions cant be referentially transparent because we rely on them to make a binary decision.
Same ont eh api side when we're writing these controller actions and services. They need to fail or succeed and we need to return a 500 or 200/201. I guess the fact that a response is coming back despite its state makes it somewhat transparent but the type of response the usr can expect will never be transparent.
Point being, functional programming has its place in my programs but im finding many places where it just doesn't fit in/
So, google is complaining about an increased amount of 404 errors on my website. How do i complain about 404 errors on their site?
Check this out: https://android.com/market/...3