Troubleshooting CloudFlare Errors and Implementing Error Handling in JavaScript

The State Changer participants in this meeting discussed an ongoing issue with CloudFlare. The issue is that when accessing a page from a bookmark, certain code doesn't fire correctly. The group focused on debugging the error message, "Invalid type for container expected" and worked on isolating where the issue was with the code associated with the implementation of a turnstile.

As part of this debugging process, the group reviewed the usage of the "get response" function and its relation to turnstile. There was a consensus that the issue might be with the widget ID. The State Changers also checked for errors in their JavaScript code, trying to catch exceptions and recover from them, rather than having the program quit entirely. The strategy involved using a "try catch" block in their code, which allows for handling of exceptions and error detection at runtime. For their next steps, they decided to replace an error message with the message, "Hello from state change" to see if it would be possible to re-route the user's access to the page if they arrived via a bookmark. Keywords mentioned in this meeting include: CloudFlare, WeWeb, Zano, JavaScript, "try catch", ScriptTag and State Change. No other tools or languages such as Adalo, AppGyver, AppSheet, Comnoco, Fastgen, Firebase, Google, OAuth, Stripe, Twilio, Airtable, DraftBit, Integromat, Javascript, Typescript, React, Vue.js, JSX, HTML, CSS, lambda, serverless, and OpenAI were discussed.

(Source: Office Hours 7/21/2023 )

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