YOUR LANGUAGE OF CHOICE => LLVM => ASM.JS => FirefoxOs
is that feasible?
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it really is the best default desktop image. universally appealing (who doesn't have grass and sky?), nothing controversial, enough detail to be interesting and pretty, but enough solid colors to easily read text under the desktop icons. i wonder how much he made on the outright sale and whether it would have been better for him to get a royalty per use? i'm thinking yes :)
very interesting video... thanks for sharing.
i was just thinking how tedious it is to manually write out your templating js and dom for rich viewmodels. anyone know of t4 templates or other kind of scaffolding that you can use in the client after building up your complex viewmodel? i guess it'd be dependent on your templating library... my 1st thought was to extend object or List and use reflection/recursion to figure out which levels should be iterated over? just seems like someone may have already done this for the more popular templating libs / data-binding frameworks.
hehe, not recommended... but i've even seen some projects get away with deploying the same solution twice, with a config bit that told the application start global handler whether or not this app would act as a 'service' node. isolate it into its own app pool and disable the web pipeline stuff and you have a poor man's node farm. makes development easier i'd imagine.
it's generally considered bad practice to share your asp.net web request threads with 'worker' background threads. with that said, i've had success doing what you described for small apps that required flattening of complex viewmodels/expensive reporting stuff that i know won't ever get close to the max thread count (which is ridiculously low number by default... i think 50 or so?). i'd go with a dedicated windows service for anything big.
@GoddersUK: oh, i know nothing was implied by your title. i just find it funny, especially after reading some of those comments, at how reactive the 'default' racial identity of the internet can be when a company makes a small gesture to be more inclusive, usually in the form of edgy jokes. i'm sure the original designers of those emoticons didn't plan on making any kind of statement, they just went with the 'default'.