According to AngularJS's tutorial, a controller function just sits within the global scope.   http://docs.angularjs.org/tutorial/step_04  Do the controller functions themselves automatically get parsed into an encapsulated scope, or do they dwell...
I seem to have a problem with objects' properties' scope. I would like to output each of the Message objects' title and message properties to a select element, but it is Not Working! What am I doing incorrectly  <html><head> &...
In ES5, writing such code has been considered as good practice:  (function () {     //some magic })();   But in ES6 variables created with let keyword are not attached to window object.  So, is there any need now in writing our code in an IIFE, or it...
What is a good way to apply styling dynamically (i.e. the value of styles are created at runtime) to HTML elements with JavaScript?  I'm looking for a way to package a JavaScript widget (JS, CSS and markup) in a single component (basically, an ob...
I have been recently exploring the css and dom encapsulation by the Angular components.   I scaffolded a quick project using ng-cli and loaded a component. Let's say that component selector is 'app-component'. This encapsulates all the do...
I am familiar with strongly typed OOP language such as C# and Java, so I am a little confused with Javascript. I want my class to be encapsulated, for example:  function Human() {     var _name = '';     var _nameChangeCounter = 0; }  Human.c...
This is probably more a general JS encapsulation issue than Rails asset pipeline.  In the asset pipeline I have some general JS files that are used everywhere:  app/assets/javascripts/pickers.js.cofeee  jQuery ->    $('.datetimepicker').da...
This is a piggyback off another question I asked.  It was solved in the comments, so I'm not looking for answer to it.  I wanted to know about variable scoping here:   var JOHNNY = (function()     {         var module = {};         function getDa...
I have build a custom event dispatching mechanism. I'm trying to mimic the DOM event implementation as much as possible. It's still a draft, but works reasonably well so far.  One thing that bothers me though, is that it's fairly easy for...
I am doing closure-oriented object creation with an object that has substantial boilerplate around getter/setter methods.  Is there any way to declare these properties as getter/setters without so much repetition?  Currently I have:  var test = funct...

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