Have you ever wanted a drag and drop library that just works? That doesn't just depend on bloated frameworks, that has great support? That actually understands where to place the elements when they are dropped? That doesn't need you to do a zillion things to get it to work?
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Chrome 48 window.innerWidth/Height no longer exposes the dimensions of the visual viewport. Instead, it now exposes the dimensions of the layout viewport, and is thus a copy of document.documentElement.clientWidth/Height.
This online virtual oscilloscope allows you to visualise live sound input and get to grips with how to adjust the display. If you find this useful, our online spectrum analyser may also be of interest to you.
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Why is this Node service only handling X requests per second but neither memory, CPU nor network usage is saturated? How does Node handle HTTP connections? Can it process more than one request at the same time for a single non-HTTP/2 connection?