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22:04:34  <sector_0>hello
22:05:12  <sector_0>if I have a very long JSON object to send as a response in my REST API, how would I go about doing that?
22:06:02  <sector_0>I've been advised that res.send() would block other requests, so I'm considering using res.write
22:06:27  <sector_0>would this be a proper fit?