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Hi Demis, 

I want to contribute some changes to the Auto Batched Requests feature, https://github.com/ServiceStack/ServiceStack/wiki/Auto-Batched-Requests

I had two primary goals

1) enable parallel/sequential execution
2) enable execution of different types of request on the same batch

I started reading the code in https://github.com/ServiceStack/ServiceStack/blob/master/src/ServiceStack/Host/ServiceController.cs#L580 and I did a first step that I believe is equivalent but maybe I'm missing something, I had the change here https://github.com/rudygt/ServiceStack/tree/multi_refactor

Then, I did a first approximation to the objective #1 I had that code in this other branch https://github.com/rudygt/ServiceStack/tree/multi_extend

Can you please give them a look and see if this may be subject for a pull requests or if you can point me in the right direction to get this merged? (if you see this as an useful extension and compatible with the servicestack vision). 

Also if anyone here is using the auto batch feature and can test if this works in your use case, it will be appreciated. 

Thanks! 

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Chrome Canary just landed one of the best improvements to the Network panel in a long time: the timeline bars show you where the time was spent! 

In the below screenshot for theverge.com it is now trivial to spot cases (the colors correspond to the various connection stages) where downloads are taking a long time; if and where you need to optimize your TLS stack; if the server is taking a long time to respond (aka, slow TTFB); if a new connection is established or if the request was able to reuse a previous connection to the server, and more... And, of course, if you hover over the bar you'll get a more detailed breakdown with exact timing information.
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Matter.js Physics Engine Demo >> http://brm.io/matter-js-demo/

Matter.js is a 2D rigid body physics engine for the web written in JavaScript

(Matter.js is licensed under The MIT License (MIT) Copyright (c) 2014 Liam Brummitt)

Project page: 
http://brm.io/matter-js/

#phisics   #mathematics   #programming   #javascript   #html5      #fisica   #matematica   #programmazione  
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The Green Fjord, The Village of Geiranger - #Norway   
Explored May 27, 2014 by Max Rive
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