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Well you can use JUST JS if your whole stack is JS!

I don’t have an easy way to do this myself. The last time I built one it was in PHP, and I simply had everything write to the database and any row that wasn’t marked as completed after X hours was deleted. Doing this with AJAX isn’t a huge leap.

But these days, I’d use something like Meteor JS to build my stack and it has stuff built in that does what you like. It’s still in a public preview though, but I have been tooling around with it and have been amazed at how easy it is to do something like what you want in a very short period of time.