The online racing simulator
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You make a good point on the native types. The marshalling backwards and forth were a little bit unnecessary and tbh did cause a little bit of lag on slower PCs.

Sooooo, I reimplemented jspack into using the native typed arrays/arraybuffers whilst maintaining the same API (https://github.com/theangryangel/jspack-arraybuffer) and then updated lfswsrelay.js. It's much faster I also implemented a way to register packets from other files...

I was bored this afternoon

Just need something useful to do with this now...
Better than me.. I got bored and in my quest to platinum NFS:MW.. I created this (It won't work in IE.. maybe IE9 and 10, I didn't test in Firefox but it's been reported to work. Works great on Webkit ):

http://nfs.gu3.st/

Entirely in Javascript. Uses Handlebars for templating. Some parts of it are kinda crappy because initially I was building the HTML in PHP, but then I decided to do it in JS, but I was not retyping all of those ****ing races back in a more Javascript appropriate format.. so I just created a translation function to turn it into a Javascript object.

It also uses Local Storage to keep the data saved (which was its primary goal.. me learning LocalStorage).

It's pretty cool. Opening it in 2 tabs too, and toggling buttons and watching the other one change is pretty cool as well
Just a small note that isrelay.lfs.net now also has an AAAA record, meaning the relay is IPv6 compatible.
As far as I can tell flash sticks with IPv4 when doing the resolve, but in the future, webbrowsers may select IPv6. Not that you'll notice much difference, but I thought you should know.
Quote from Victor :Just a small note that isrelay.lfs.net now also has an AAAA record, meaning the relay is IPv6 compatible.
As far as I can tell flash sticks with IPv4 when doing the resolve, but in the future, webbrowsers may select IPv6. Not that you'll notice much difference, but I thought you should know.

Thanks for the info Victor.

Very appreciated.
I still don't have access to an IPv6 address space on the Verizon FiOS (Fiber Optic) network. But once I do, I'll start checking it out!
I've been testing it via my server. I'm sure that my server browser will likely be hitting various things via IPv6

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