I'm trying to get an evaluated attribute from my custom directive, but I can't find the right way of doing it.  I've created this jsFiddle to elaborate.  <div ng-controller="MyCtrl">     <input my-directive value="1...
I usually use  $(selector).click(...   But some people recommend me to use this instead:   $(selector).on("click", function(...   Or $(selector).live("click"...  (Deprecated)  I read the manual, but my begginer's mind couldn'...
AngularJS has a new feature since the version 1.3.0-beta.10: the "lazy one-time binding".  Simple expressions can be prefixed with ::, telling angular to stop watching after the expression was first evaluated. The common example given is some...
While adding a single class works great in this way -   [class.loading-state]="loading"  But how do I add multiple classes Ex if loading is true add class - "loading-state" & "my-class"   How do I get it done via the [clas...
I'm trying to figure out how you handle binding properly when my data is stored in a service.  I can get things working if it put the service into the $scope and then get the templates to bind directly into it but that seems like a really bad ide...
What does bind and unbind mean in jquery in idiot slow learner terms?...
After watching Kyle Simpson's Advanced JavaScript course on Pluralsight, I created a simple code snippet to try out this binding. I usually work in SublimeText editor and have node build engine configured in it and occasionally I run the same cod...
I am trying to figure out the right place to bind a function prototype to be called later. The full code of the example can be found here:   http://www.iprosites.com/jso/  My javascript example is very basic:   function Obj(width, height){     this.w...
I am using ember.js 1.2 and facing a problem while trying to display loading spinner and notification messages during the crud operations on my models.  Here is the code :   var MyModelController = Ember.ObjectController.extend({   needs: ['appli...
I need to wrap an IE ajax request to notify me when it happens. ie i need to know when open is called on this:  var xhr = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP");  The only way to do that(i think) is to implement the ActiveXObject constructor...

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