I have a simple class-based component that I'm trying to convert to a function-based component, but am running into all kinds of dead ends.  My component is a straightforward adaptation of the boilerplate gifted-chat package, and uses Watson Assi...
I have the following code that uses callbacks inside promises:  const clue = 'someValue';  const myFunction = (someParam, callback) => {     someAsyncOperation(someParam) // this function returns an array     .then((array) => {...
I'm having trouble acessing the data in objects I've created. I'm very new to JS and node, and I think my issue is how I'm initializing the variables, but I don't know.  Here's my initializations:  var http = require('http...
Hey guys I'm having trouble using the "appIds" variable outside the function scope, how can this be done? Here's the script below used in NodeJS:  var appIds = [];  request("http://api.steampowered.com/ISteamApps/GetAppList/v2?for...
When we call an asynchronous function if we can pass a callback function with parameters. I am unable to understand that do I need to memorize the order of the parameter in the call back function.  e.g in express   app.get('/',function(req,re...
I use:  Chrome: 80.0.3987.132 Windows 10 Node 12.14.1 Protractor 5.4.3 Java 1.8.0_241 jasmine 3.5.0 webdriver-manager 3.141.59   I have problem with scroll_down in protractor. When I use:  browser.executeScript('window.scrollTo(0,10000);').th...
So far every resource I have seen on loading CSV files into D3.js require that the only way to use the data is to define callback functions (due to Javascript's asynchronous execution).  I originally approached this problem the usual way of defin...
I'm searching forum all the day, but I can't solve my problem. Im using NodeJS and async.waterfall to make some API requests. Same structure works for me, but not there;      async.waterfall([        function (callback) {            callback(...

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