Echo JS 0.11.0

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zhirzh comments

zhirzh 310 days ago. link 1 point
that's not really helpful - you are dodging the "problem at hand".

i am asking whether or not to use setTimeout to perform recursion.
i know that deep recursions freeze the browser, so setTimeout is a POSSIBLE solution. another thing that can be done is to break the operation in batches of a few and use setTimeout to perform them in async.

some points for or against the approach, or perhaps some tips on how to deal with heavy recursions
zhirzh 412 days ago. link 1 point
but why the need for an alternative to await-async?
zhirzh 443 days ago. link 1 point
any and all feedback is welcome.
github issues, emails, even comments on this thread.
zhirzh 576 days ago. link 1 point
change `https` in url to `http`
the website servers some js files over plain http, but the loading requests start from a secure http connection. therefore, the browser stalls the loading
zhirzh 576 days ago. link 1 point
anyone unable to view the website, change `https` in url to `http`
the website servers some js files over plain http, but the loading requests start from a secure http connection. therefore, the browser stalls the loading