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07:38:25  <Tobbe>tusbar: Thanks for the link. I don't use Backbone however, so it's no drop-in solution for me...
07:38:40  <Tobbe>But they're definitely solving the same problem that I want to solve
07:40:23  <Tobbe>I think I'll just lift the code out of my routes in to its own "controller" code that I can call from both my api endpoints and from the end-user routes
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19:56:19  <jacargentina>i'm confused about express-session correct usage: many docs on the web point to using cookieParser (pre v4), now i'm using express v4, and there is a "connect.sid" cookie
19:57:06  <jacargentina>but when i, on my own machine open 2 browsers, and login with user A on one instance, and user B on the other... and then i logout from A, then B becomes logged out too....
19:57:10  <jacargentina>any advice ?
19:57:34  <jacargentina>it that right?? i hope not?
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