Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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November 28th, 2013

Cool URIs don’t change. Sucky ones neither-@philarcher11 on burying http;//www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rd… class=”link” href=”http://t.co/VsjryQhVjB” title=”http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/semantic-web/2013Nov/0070.html”>lists.w3.org/Archives/Publi…BF

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@mathias Makes a lot of sense for libs and client-side, I agree. Thanks again for replying and your helpful comments en suite. Cheers!

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@mathias My main argument for doing it is in 1:50 of your video. Readability and maintainability. Plus it’s on the server.

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@mathias Once at runtime, yes. Should say that it is on a node.js server upon server start, not on the client. Still bad practice?

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@mathias I do it once & recycle the RegExp. Of course banged my head b/o twitter.com/tomayac/status…. Now resetting lastIndex each time & works.

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@mathias Now building the RegExp dynamically by joining the array from twitter.com/tomayac/status… on ‘|’ and escaping ‘.’, ‘$’, ‘/’. Done :-)

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@mathias Bedankt, mate, this helped a ton: mothereff.in/js-escapes#1%5…. If we ever meet, beers on me. Thanks for openly sharing your knowledge!

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nelson What?! Of course not, why would I let an ad tracking company know where I am? Fuck you, Google. pic.twitter.com/B6Wbi4vnYN

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@mathias Thanks, will need to check tomorrow w/ big screen (on cell now). In principal seems OK to use bi-di. Still unsure about escaping…

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In , is it good practice to write bi-di , e.g., to match prices /(€|£|₪|د.\ع)/g? Note the escaped ‘.’. TIA! (CC: @mathias)

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