2010-09-06

00:41 <tylergillies> i started hacking on geoloqi node again
00:41 <tylergillies> refactoring with express framework
00:42 <tylergillies> straight node was a little too verbose for me
00:42 <tylergillies> aaronpk: re roku, you're a nerd ;)
00:49 <tylergillies> aaronpk: on location/update are you requiring content-type of application/json?
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02:23 <tylergillies> oh wow the json style works awesome for couchdb records
02:23 <tylergillies> especially geocouch
02:23 <tylergillies> http://is.gd/eXeQT
03:48 <tylergillies> http://is.gd/eXkmB
03:48 <tylergillies> spatial query
03:49 <tylergillies> woohoo saves me some haversine javascript
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10:35 <aaronpk> tylergillies cool!
10:45 <aaronpk> i'm doing more of the php API right now
11:12 <aaronpk> tylergillies: any time a client sends data in JSON format, a content-type header of application/json is required. otherwise it interprets the input as HTTP form post data
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17:44 <tylergillies> aaronpk: depends on the engine. if you go low level enough the header doesn't matter, the data is just data and the header is just a string. i.e. nodejs doesn't care what the header is. thats why i was asking
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18:33 <tylergillies> you guys gonna hax at nopoconi?
19:22 <aaronpk> oh I know, I was just telling you how my version works
19:23 <aaronpk> it lets you send data in either format, but you have to tell it if you're using json
19:27 <aaronpk> asynchronous conversations FTW
20:39 <tylergillies> aaronpk: fully thats what i love about irc, well at least irc clients that filter out join/part/etc
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