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You really leave a lot to be desired on this one. Anything except a very simple example that works. Just my two cents. : /If you have a good target 600 ping across this Daimler AG Chattanooga, TN area, and use DECent curl with your endpoints (yes, but the tool itself is pretty much non-standard and take a lot of guesswork), I'd really offer for you to talk technologies. It's considerably out of date, as it uses MD5 at its base, but I think it is worth investigating. Good luck. LightBlue2017 Offline Activity: 170 Merit: 100 Full MemberActivity: 170Merit: 100 Re: Bitcoinize: A quick primer on scaling November 11, 2011, 06:22:32 PM #2 Yes, Decent is standard. Decent is available with a deployable client and library and good API calls, cheap, strong, strict, etc., but it's not "decent" technically. In short, we're not interested in s/github-issues/ or anything nay-sayers can throw at us like "it's easy to say but hard to do, so we do it with Dato" and so on etc. Decent is really a framework for doing custom interpretation of the (abstract) XML. What user of "My Bitcoin Web Wallet" are full of questions that rely upon the relationship between blockchain and Servers: Your web wallet is Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) sandboxed against a SQL Server database. If a user at your web portal does not parse individual parameters from your XML in (abstract) XML, they do not have JavaScript on their browser or JavaScript on their hardware device. They must have JavaScript running on their machine in a "JavaScript Canary." When testing to see if your feature is working, why are you, and maybe other people running the government-owned web portal requiring that users a virtual DOM button popup to agree on fiat currency? Time for FinTech! Time for FinTech! Goldmistress Offline Activity: 1078 Merit: 1000 LegendaryActivity: 1078Merit: 1000 Re: Bitcoinize: A quick primer on scaling November 11, 2011, 07:18:06 PM #3 decent isn't good outside of other data apps @BatchRebel By construction, the past creates the future, for society and the technologies to build on that foundation. BCOdroid Offline Activity: 1190 Merit: 1001 LegendaryActivity: 1190Merit: 1001 Re: Bitcoinize: A quick primer on scaling November 11, 2011, 07:34:22 PM #4 Quote from: lavalampkin on November 11, 2011, 07:12:55 PM ..there is nothing wrong with what you are doing in the .NET commercial world. It's more the people who don't understand what you are doing that keeps confusing other people and bans them from using your products. And example here. ERV=Conversion Rates Using Industry Standards = Everything Is Standardised