The problem in example 1 is 'this' referring to the global name instead of the myName object.  I understand the use of bind() in setting the value of this to a specific object, so it solves the problem in example 1, but why does this proble...
With jQuery, how do I find out which key was pressed when I bind to the keypress event?  $('#searchbox input').bind('keypress', function(e) {});   I want to trigger a submit when ENTER is pressed.  [Update]  Even though I found the...
I am writing a bit of JavaScript that uses the Object.bind method.  funcabc = function(x, y, z){      this.myx = x;     this.playUB = function(w) {         if ( this.myx === null ) {             // do blah blah             return;         }...
Using ES5 development with ReactJS, a component can be stated as the following:  var MyComponent = React.createClass({   alertSomething: function(event) {     alert(event.target);   },    render: function() {     return (       <button onClick={th...
Is there a way to rebind a function that is already bound to another object via Function.prototype.bind?  var a={}; var b={}; var c=function(){ alert(this===a); }; c(); // alerts false c=c.bind(a); c(); // alerts true c=c.bind(b); c(); // still alert...
can someone tell me what the difference between assigning event handlers using bind():  $(function () {     $('someElement')         .bind('mouseover', function (e) {             $(this).css({                 //change color...
I have jQuery code that calls a function as such:  $('#text_area').bind('input propertychange', function() {...   The element being bound to the function is a text area. When I type and delete text the function gets called just fine,...
I have a jquery ui dialog with tabs loaded dynamically/JSON with content. Due to the complexity, I can't really post a fiddle or a relevant code (too much code).  What's happening is that when the dialog opens, you can tab through the element...
This question is related to my previous question, so I'll add almost same code as example here.  Ease.bezier = function(mX1, mY1, mX2, mY2) {     return _bezier.processBezier(mX1, mY1, mX2, mY2); };  var _bezier = Ease.bezier.prototype;  _bezier....

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