I keep seeing warnings not to use global variables in JavaScript, but it seems that the only reason people say that is because the clogs up the global namespace. I can imagine this being easily fixed by putting all of the variables into one big obj...
After reading through mozilla docs I found this:     In the global execution context (outside of any function), this refers to the global     object, whether in strict mode or not.   After playing with scopes for a little I found that in node.js RE...
I want my Button to change color every time I click on it. But it only changes color on the first click.   I believe the problem is in the setColor function. Every time I click on the Button, count gets set to 1. So even when I set it to 0, it gets...
I have a simple codes like the following and execute it as a node module:  console.log(this); module.exports = {…};   I know that global is the default context (like window in browsers), but what does the this keyword refer to?...
QUESTION:  Is there any way to create a variable storage in per session/http request? The variable must be globally accessible and different per HTTP request/connection/session, and need not be passed from function to function.  For example (just to...
Nowdays, i create a .js file with a lot of functions and then I link it to my html pages. That's working but I want to know what's the best way (good practices) to insert js in my pages and avoid conflicts with scope... Thank you....
What would be the most appropriate way of sharing the database connection in the below snippet ( the db variable) with my routers/controllers without turning the db variable into a global?  var mongo = require('mongoskin'), db = mongo.db(conf...
How should I create a changing variable as a global variable?  so something like:  function globVar(variable){    window.variable; }   So in this way I could create global variables in an automatic mode too, and also I could create them for myself ea...
I'm having some problems with a function recognizing that some variables have been previously defined; they are supposed to be global, but they don't seem to be acting like it.  var global = "Summat."; function Function() {     alert(...

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