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Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
ha
I am Josh.
@notarypublic
last company i was at had a 6 month discussion on the "right" way to use angular
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
I liked angular when I did a bit but I never built anything of my own with it
@notarypublic oh man
I am Josh.
@notarypublic
steep learning curve, and a lot of syntax to wrap your head around
PenguinOfTheSky
@PenguinOfTheSky
riot.js seems far friendlier than react to me... a different sort of mern
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
that knowledge was probably good until the week after you stopped talking about it
well I gotta go eat. I'll probably be back on later
I am Josh.
@notarypublic
the best thing i learned after backbone was that i knew how to roll my own solution
cool, later
just seems like a steep cliff between personal, hobby project and enterprise level app
mern/mean is great and all, but it really feels like mean (+20 dependencies to handle what mean doesn't do out-of-the-box)
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
@notarypublic yeah there's a lot to consider. There is definitely a huge gap between what I've been working on and enterprise level ha
Malcolm
@noinkling
wha?
Nicole Ferguson
@nicolefffe
I am trying to learn angular now and everything I read is like "BANISH JQUERY FROM YOUR BRAIN" but I don't want to ;(
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
@nicolefffe haha I don't want to either
@noinkling thanks for sharing that!
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Malcolm
@noinkling
$('#brain').banish($);
=> Brain not found.
Nicole Ferguson
@nicolefffe
haha
I just put jquery in there!
very rude of angular, imo
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
lol
Malcolm
@noinkling
@chrisdziewa Reactconf starts tomorrow I think as well, if you're interested
They're livestreaming it
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
@noinkling how would I access that? Never watched one
Malcolm
@noinkling
Chris Dziewa
@chrisdziewa
@noinkling awesome thanks again
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I am Josh.
@notarypublic
at my current role, i'm transitioning a spaghetti-code, patchwork app to angular
mainly just using angular for 2-way binding of templates right now, still letting jquery do most of the magic
Alex Evans
@alex-evans
Hi, I'm looking at the nodejs documentation for http.get and I'm not following what it is saying as possible options for it. Is there a clean way of seeing all of the options for http.get? https://nodejs.org/api/http.html#http_http_get_options_callback
Same as http.request I guess.
Never mind
Rafael J. Rodriguez
@Rafase282
does anyone knows how to add a new property to a mongoose schema andhave the old documents implement it onthe next document update?
Mafalda
@otmeek
thank you @chrisdziewa
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Darryl Pargeter
@darrylpargeter
@Rafase282 as far as I'm aware you will need to update each document with the new property. but you could build a seed document and mongoimport
Chuah Chee Shian
@shian48263
@Rafase282 Or you can update them manually in mongo shell
Philip Linghammar
@xapax
Does anyone here know if mongoose-schema is enough to be safe agains Server Side Javascript Injection?
Or is it required to validate all data using regex?
Darryl Pargeter
@darrylpargeter
@xapax I don't think the schema will be a check for that, so would be best to validate all data from users though I think angular has a safe guard when it comes to that if I remember right
Philip Linghammar
@xapax
@darrylpargeter okay, thanks. But angular can only validate it on the client-side right? So you can just inject the evil-code directly in the request-header and thereby bypass the angular safe-guard, right?
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