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@sariel nop, I';m just presenting results. So.. have a nice DateTime.Now.
The FIRST link is JMeter, which I explained. It;'s a horesshit. Youy can do basic load tesing, but advanced scenarios, based on user access etc.
The second link is a random site https://www.msn.com/en-ca/
Basiclly all 15 links are pay to click from "letmegoogleitforyou".
Here, in the screen shot a list of pages your link provide. NOT ONE TOOL. Only dewfault agregators with pay to visit.
You are a fucking idiot if you think you can actually foind something with "ket me googlwe it for you".
@sariel they are ALL have the same limitation :
They cannot pick a random user from app.
JMeter was candidate number 1.
Limitation : Can't do a scenario where some requests are send at the same time, and some are serialized (One after another) to represent what ther user ATUALLY loads on the page
Limitation : Authentification. JMetter cannot handle cookies AND bareer token (Cookies are needed for other aspect, such as ARR afinity and disabling this cookie will produce false results).
So no, I couyldn't find a single tool which can replicate a page visit with all underlyning AJAX calls in the same order as the real user will do it.
If you have ONE (I have budget of 1000$/month I can spent) which can do all of that, I'll gladlky dlete my project and use it.
Point me to ONE.
I can only agree...
I'm working in the same startuo for the past 8 years.
I think now it's about 10th time we reinvent CRUD....
Specially when there are 18 sales personnes and 3 dev. And when I say "3 dev is not enough now", the answer is "Yeah 3 is plenty just do more things".
But tailwind is not wide spread. It's a good thing in theorie, it completly fails on big applications.
And I know what it is and how it works. Because i'be heared about it.
It's like "go", i'be hearded about it, I did a bit pf research. But I knind of know what this language is.
"lit" is so so small, there is only 11K stackoverflow querstions.
So talking about "great sucess" nop.
Even my prefered knockoutjs has more questions then lit.
(ofc, it's a dumb metriic, but it shows how many noobs are using it).
My only point is :
You cannot say that react is a fail (Even if personally I would burn on fire any dev who even considered using react). React, obkectivly, has a very wide spread, well know and adpoted.
Lit ? No one heared about it. Good luck finding a front end dev with "lit" competances.
Again, noyt saying it's bad, I don't know. never tested.
@kiki Yeah I did. because iof I never heard of it, 10 people in my company never heard of it (I got spamed with "Oh you we should migrate to <insert name>".
If these 10 people never heard of it, than it's a blip on a radar :)
I'm not saying it's bad, i'm just saying that I never heard of it. And if it was a "huge sucess" (see react) I would've heard about it !
Ok yeah, in the case you missed, knockoutjs hax shadow dom and components support since like 4 yars. But it's a very small lib compareed to react/vue. Personally I kind of like how knockout works.
It's a librairy, not a framework.
Lol "lit is a huge sucess".
Never heard of, no one is usinf it.
I hate everything JS
But react is still a go to for most startups because THAT's what average front end dev can do.
95% of average front end devs wouldn't be capable to find a max in an array tho, so not a very good metric
It was supposed to be in c# 10 :(
If not, sometimes it comes from code refactoring from old JQuery ajax calls and if you suimple use data = await func(), you can have variables scope conflicts, which ofc JS will not tell you.
IE6 CSS is still more powerfull than CSS 3 !
Show me a CSS demo which directly uses DirectX filters !
@netikras it might be Redis cache badly used, but we can fit redis as "in memory DB" tho
Few years ago, i learn MongoDB just to run private WoW server.
I had 0 issues setup folowing tutopriel and than having fun changing values :)
@gogokun it's not vanila JS if you are using react
Lol, I'll never touch CSS without SASS..
At least there is strcture with SASS. I would just love compilation to be faster. Right now it takes around a minute to recompile around 250 SASS fioles in application and bundle them
@lbfalvy the person claims it's "from comopany" but probably it was sent,a s all phishing tests I do, for a random gmail.
Idiots can't tell if it's from company or not.
And we have a mega banner "You don't recive emails from this adress often" and it still works.
can't protect vs dumb people
@adhdeveloper no it's not
It's one of the best techniques to sensibilize people to dangers of SPAM.
My fav to go : "As you all did very good job, here is a link to claim 50% amazon card"
Works every fucking time
Actually I got demotivated before that point.
Case from last week :
Background, I'm playing a very old browser game called OGame. Nothing fancy but it's a great way to take 10-15 minutes break during working day and I find it fun.
There is "Expeditions" options where you can find something, or beening attacked (losing your ships) or even whole expedition flotte can be lost or destroyed
To track rentabiliuty, I made a quick Excel.
Idea : Hey I should build a small webapp, just for me ! Let's go with client side blazor + ef core + .net 6
Me : c reates a new blazor project from template.
API name is a text, no API proxu generator.
Me : Fuck, I need to first resolve that ! No way I'll write API names as a string !
And motivation went to die
@Oktokolo Ok, I decided to try.
So, just to be fair, right now only 1 system drive is pluged in and 2 HDDs are off. Just for testing.
After initial battle with whatever fsck is, to my bigest suprise, it booted on new hardware without any problems.
And even the 2.5Gb card is workinmg, have the same IP and I have acess in SSH.
Here, work in progress
I'm 100% certain that you didn't wrote comments
You didn't do unit testing
You didn't refactor code you might've seen while adding your "tickets"
You didn't update general company documentation.
So take a day or 2 more and do it well instead of pissing some undocumented code
@Oktokolo True, but not worth it. Old cpus/motherboards are not selling even 25% of initial price. And I don't really need extra 200-300$.
I would rather find an application for it ;p maybe custom script to manage kitty liter box
@Oktokolo I would try, but scared.
2 days ago I bought a 2.5Gb nic for this linux machine.
It took me 6 hours in total to make it actually work !
And mind, no drivers needed, kernel was already supporting the nic.
Si change CPU + motherboard + where disks are connected physiclly, I would say would take me a whole weekend lol.
Edit : As to give it to some one, half my friends are on mac, other half already have thier configs.
Even my mother already has AMD Ryzen 5.
My granbdmother is running laptop woith core i5 from 3 years ago.
Noone to give it to
Well, my linux server is runing on core i5 of the same generation.
because just the thought of reinstalling linux and configuring every thing is insane, and i5 for plex and small dev sql server is more than enough
@kamen Yeah my 980 GTX went to a friend too. Only 770 remaning.
And I do have couple of unused hard drives, but they are so old, weren't powered for at least 12 years. I don't even remember what I have on them
@joewilliams007 that would require running chrome, so 32GB needed instead of 8
Lol forgot screen
@Demolishun Apprently i's the network card.
It's a 2.5 Gbit NIC from Intell on Asus mother board.
I found a very lonmg duscussion on reddit on how it doesn't work
But it works on Linux pretty good, just not windows 11.
I have a BIOS update, will try it
@p100sch where you have "real" fiber