We’ve been working on making it work better, and making better work of words better, too. Err…

We’re totally inspired by Slack’s release notes, so wanted to try our flipper at it.

Nov 15th, 2016

Assuming there was no fatal error, should the first argument to an asynchronous callback be `undefined` or `null`?

Best practices for passing the first argument to an asynchronous callback

This is the short and sweet version. If you find it helpful, you might want to check out the entire gist.

In your implementation, if you always do one…

Dec 22nd, 2015

1. Recursive invocation (and maximum call stack protection)

just added support for maxRecursion in the machine runner. It’s a top-level property that lets you configure the built-in maximum call stack protection now included in the machine runner (defaults to 250.)

Only works for recursion invoked via env.thisMachine(). For example:

var result = env.thisMachine({ stuff: inputs.i+1…

Jun 17th, 2016

The Node Security project released an advisory yesterday about the negotiator package, a dependency of Sails, Express, Socket.io, and Connect.

tldr; Everything is cool.

Neither Sails nor Socket.io touches the problematic code paths inside of the negotiatorpackage. And even though the warnings aren’t pertinent in this case, we know they’re still annoying for folks with automated builds, so the core team is working on taking care of them ASAP.

The linked issue from Mike has more information and a blow by blow with an explanation covering each of the places where each of Sails’ dependencies touch negotiator, including:

  • socket.io
  • engine.io
  • accepts
  • serve-index
  • compression
  • and more

For more details, see: https://github.com/balderdashy/sails/issues/3768

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