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GDPR. What if I don't care? via /r/webdev
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GDPR. What if I don’t care?

Say I run a website in the US that consumes personal data. What happens if I ignore GDPR?



Submitted May 24, 2018 at 01:42PM by exxy-
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If you ever make a form that forces me to enter a phone number or something similar in a specific format, I hope you stub your toe real bad. via /r/webdev
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If you ever make a form that forces me to enter a phone number or something similar in a specific format, I hope you stub your toe real bad.

Computers are made to compute. Don’t fucking force me to put parentheses around the area code or dashes between the chunks. Your code should be figuring that out. No alphanumeric characters allowed in the address? OK, fine. Then you strip them out, especially when it’s standard to use a dash. /rant



Submitted May 24, 2018 at 08:46AM by batwingsuit
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Questions about websites in the UK via /r/webdev
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Questions about websites in the UK

Hi! I’ll be starting a small freelancing business in the UK and I want to make it sure I follow the rules.

  1. Cookies. My website doesn’t use cookies, but maybe a client website will. Should I put the cookie alert like a lot of websites do (and have the user accept them)? If the cookies don’t store info about the user should I still show the alert?

  2. Google Analytics. Is it allowed? In regards to all the GDPR stuff that’s been going on. Should I tweak some config or something?

  3. GDPR. Of course my website won’t harvest any data from the user, but I have a contact page on my website. When a client sends their info it sends a mail to me with that info (it’s stored in the mail server). Is this GDPR compliant? Should I warn the users that I’ll have the data they sent me? It seems pretty self explanatory.

    Also, maybe a client website will have the users to input some data and do something with it (server side), should this have any warning if the data is 100% input by the user and always clear?

  4. Anything else regarding what websites should include or not.

Thanks in advance!



Submitted May 24, 2018 at 05:36AM by tyrellrummage
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Has Anyone Tried Microsoft's Blazor? It Seems like a Super Interesting Isomorphic Web Framework Built Using WebAssembly via /r/webdev
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Has Anyone Tried Microsoft’s Blazor? It Seems like a Super Interesting Isomorphic Web Framework Built Using WebAssembly

A friend of mine told me about Microsoft’s Blazor the other day. What really caught my eye was the fact it’s written in WebAssembly which allows the developer to have their server side C# code compile and run in the browser. It seems Microsoft is really looking to compete with Angular, React, Vue, etc.

I know it’s still experimental, but has anyone played with it yet? I would love to hear what the webdev community thinks.



Submitted May 24, 2018 at 02:35AM by NoaMichael
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Web app security for web developers? via /r/webdev
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Web app security for web developers?

I am the sole developer on a web app that will, hopefully, be used by many individuals in the near future. I am quite concerned about the application’s security, as I have no experience with it.

All passwords have been encrypted before being stored, JWT is being used for authentication with tokens stored in local storage, and I’m using validation and sanitization on the backend.

Are there any other major things I may have overlooked or should be largely concerned with? If so, what are the concerns and where can I find the right resources to beef up the security of the application?

Thanks!



Submitted May 24, 2018 at 01:29AM by gazanther
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