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How to use skewer mode beyond localhost?

I'd like to write the code for a website on one pc and see the results in a browser on another pc in my local network. For calling the skewer script in html, I replaced localhost with the local ip of ...
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What methods are there for posting the current buffer to website

Curious if there is anything to do this currently, basically i want to specify the parameters and post the current buffer as one of the parameters to an external website so i can skip the copy and ...
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Parsing nested json

I'm using request to grab a json file (here's one for instance: http://gd2.mlb.com/components/game/mlb/year_2015/month_06/day_10/grid.json) and trying to read the data. I'm interesting in looping ...
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Which package to share editing, in real-time, over http?

I seem to remember a package mentioned once, that you would activate in Emacs, and then other people could follow what happens in almost real time in your Emacs by accessing a URL with a web-browser. ...
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Suggestions for a well-thought structure, for instant results inside browser from buffers

Situation First, I hope you will not mind my poor English. When you're working with websites/webapplications, there is a good chance that you will work with HTML/CSS files. When editing such files in ...
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Go to body after url-retrieve-synchronously

I use url-retrieve-synchronously to download a JSON file from a remote server. This function returns a buffer which contains the entire content of the response, including HTTP headers. However, I'm ...
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How can I access a file at an (HTTP / HTTPS) URL?

If I have a URL to a file (for example, this gist), what's the easiest way to fetch that file from Emacs and edit a copy of it? Is there a better option than M-! curl -n [insert URL here] RET? I'd ...
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Sending application/x-www-form-urlencoded data with restclient

When I use restclient with Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded, restclient sends newlines with the data. For example: POST :domain/thing Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded ...
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Debugging a “binding stack not balanced” bug?

I'm trying to figure out how to approach a bug I've run into. I assume it's actually a bug in Emacs, but I don't know the right way to make headway with it. In short, I'm getting the message "binding ...