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Ah, you're so predictable I could have wrote your answer for you and saved you the time. You see, I wasn't "defending" OG, I was trying to answer to your first post but it was so sleazy and ignorant that lingua mortal non dice quel ch'io sentiva in seno.
Your second post just gave me the incipit I needed to properly answer. Yes, I do feed the trolls, from time to time. Have a merry digestion.
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Basically, based on my day experience, each challenge gives you an HTML layout, and some CSS classes, and tells you how that markup should behave as a UI. You then have to code the plain vanilla JS to achieve what is wanted. I see mine is vintage vanilla, lacking things like document.querySelector and still using var instead of const, but I with some Googling on a very slow internet connection, I shovelled out quite a hackish, but neat and working solution in about 2 hours.
If anyone else is interested, I think we should start a thread on one of the discussion boards to compare and discuss our own solutions, as well as the given solution.
I use this[^], on my phones and tablets, which is absolutely brilliant, in that it shows every connection to your device from everywhere in the world, with details of who/what is connected (and if you use a firewall, it makes it very clear what you're blocking).
Does anyone know of a similar app for windows (desktop; I wouldn't trust a "universal" one)?
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I think what you're talking about is a network monitor. There are plenty of those. Although the one you linked to seems specifically meant to monitor "spying". So maybe the monitor can be filtered to a "spy list".
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