I have an input box. After the user has stopped typing, I want to perform an HTTP request and await the results.  Here's a jsbin  Since network requests aren't allowed on jsbin, I've used setTimeout() instead.  var log = console.log.bind(...
I am trying to use the debounce function for setting automatic logout for my application. My understanding is that debounce function will fire the function after the 30 seconds if my application not used. I tried to read the documentation of debounce...
I am trying to write a unit test for debounce function. I'm having a hard time thinking about it.   This is the code:  function debouncer(func, wait, immediate) {   let timeout;    return (...args) => {     clearTimeout(timeout);      timeout...
Is there a way to do a leading debounce?   The example on the recipes only shows a trailing debounce. So below is trailing debounce example where we delay the logic fro 500ms:  import { call, cancel, fork, take, delay } from 'redux-saga/effects&#...
When I debounce this function in VueJs it works fine if I provide the number of milliseconds as a primitive.  However, if I provide it as a reference to a prop, it ignores it.  Here's the abbreviated version of the props:  props : {     debounce...
I'm trying to write a debounce function with typescript.   I found an example of it in here. Code follows:  export function debounce<Params extends any[]>(   func: (...args: Params) => any,   timeout: number, ): (...args: Params) => v...
I found a great debounce() function code online, but I am having a hard time converting it from ES5 to ES6.  The issue is as follows: When I use the ES5 implementation, everything works perfectly. The window is resized, console.log() is immediately t...
I'm using Vuejs cdn with buefy, axios and loadash, I'm trying to use _.debounce so I wont call an API too many time with the Buefy Autocomplete with a query that I send, I've got it working but the autocomplete is not showing the results...
I want to create a function that starts a timeout, but if the function is called again, before the timer ends, cancel the original call and start the timer again.  I thought I could do:  function setTimer() {    setTimeout(() => {       // do some...

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