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1 Apr
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28 Mar
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19 Mar
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Well I just signed up and tested one of my Heroku apps, got it working with just a few clicks, really impressive. Are there any way to see stats like memory usage? What happens if an app goes over the limit? (heroku has some swap space before it kills an app, and then I can see it in the logs)
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18 Mar
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I have the timeout set to 10 seconds which certainly helps, I think the issue is how gunicorn/gevent handle web requests. I think each request spawns a new redis connection, and as far as I can see there is no global pool I can use :( On heroku you are limited to 20 connections in the free tier, and it quickly gets expensive.
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18 Mar
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18 Mar
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The max monthly spend is awesome, I'l probably try it out just because of that :) Its a bit unclear to me though how exactly the heroku deploy works? Is it basically a replacement for the web dynos that heroku provides, but then still connecting to existing postgres instances for example? What are the limits for the redis store? I'm using it on heroku but constantly running into max connection issues, if you can improve that experience it is also a great win.
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4 Mar
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4 Mar
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Your pricing page is returning a blank page
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24 Feb
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24 Feb
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24 Feb
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12 Feb
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12 Feb
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5 Feb
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27 Jan
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Thats pretty cool, I guess the video feed is slightly delayed, it looks like it jumps before you even do the gesture?
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25 Jan
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23 Jan
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21 Jan
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RT @Rainmaker1973: An elegant representation for putting them all to scale https://t.co/hVwBhNpq8w https://t.co/MNq7XwyFsU
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21 Dec
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20 Dec
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$ is basically a shortcut for document.querySelector in the console, I wrote about some other things I found here: https://loftie.com/post/things-you-may-not-know-about-chrome...
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6 Dec
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3 Dec
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3 Dec
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