On Coffeescript.org:  bawbag = (x, y) ->     z = (x * y)  bawbag(5, 10)    would compile to:  var bawbag; bawbag = function(x, y) {   var z;   return (z = (x * y)); }; bawbag(5, 10);   compiling via coffee-script under node.js wraps that so:  (f...
I have implemented an angularjs single page application using ui-router.   Originally I identified each state using a distinct url however this made for unfriendly, GUID packed urls.  So I have now defined my site as a much simpler state-machine. T...
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I have a Backbone Model:  class DateTimeSelector extends Backbone.Model    initialize: ->     @bind 'change:date', @updateDatetime     @bind 'change:time', @updateDatetime    updateDatetime: =>     # do some stuff with the sate...
I have an array that looks like the following:  array = [[1, 5], [4, 7], [3, 8], [2, 3],    [12, 4], [6, 6], [4, 1], [3, 2],   [8, 14]]   What I need is the largest number from the first value of the sets, so in this case 12. Looking at some examples...
I have a mongo database set up.  creating a new date object in mongoDb create a date object in ISO format eg: ISODate("2012-07-14T00:00:00Z")  I am using node.js to connect to mongo database and query the database. when ever I create a new da...
I run into the situation where I have multiple JQuery Promises in an Array  var arrayOfPromises = [ $.Deferred(), $.Deferred(), $.Deferred(), $.Deferred() ]   and need to turn it into a JQuery Promise of an Array  var promiseOfArray = someTransform(a...
Like all programmers, I'm lazy. So in my utils.js there's a simple line:  window.log = console.log   This works fine in firefox, but it makes Chrome cry like a little boy. I have to write console.log to make it work.  Any suggestions?...
When I create a new coffeescript file, I cannot access the code in the compiled code from another file because it gets wrapped in some function scope. For example:  CoffeeScript:  class ChatService   constructor: (@io) ->   Generated Javascript:...
ECMAScript allows us to define getters or setters as following:  [text/javascript]  var object = {   property: 7,   get getable() { return this.property + 1; },   set setable(x) { this.property = x / 2; } };   I can work around if I'm using a cla...

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