Shareable Code for Node and Browser

I had a simple problem along the way of exploring Node.js, which involves writing modules that work for both server and client sides. Just like many programmers nowadays, I google’d out a solution (which was written by the person who authored async, so I guess I need to thank him at least twice).

However this doesn’t solve all my problem since I am way too lazy to get rid of all those amazing open source libraries.

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I was joking the other day, that by looking at the current Ubuntu version number, one could realize how fast time goes by.

Though I believe these time based concepts are just illusions that human beings created, that I would rather not let them clutter my mind as other unworthy things, they matter in the real world, or meta world that I would like to call it.

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Tame (Py)cURL

Recently I needed to have something that allows me to have more control over my data stream client, so that:

  1. When desired, it would stop and close the connection as gracefully as possible.
  2. A precise counter for how many records have been received is in place.

The initial implementation was quite straightforward:

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Droplet 2

As mentioned earlier, I finally dropped virtual host and rented myself a Droplet. It’s cheap, easy to setup, no downside yet (except that it’s a really small instance compare to what I work with during day times).

I’ve wanted to move our to a VPS for a long time now since I don’t like Wordpress without heavy optimizations. With a virtual host there wasn’t much I could do.

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