How do I create a namespace in JavaScript so that my objects and functions aren't overwritten by other same-named objects and functions? I've used the following:  if (Foo == null || typeof(Foo) != "object") { var Foo = new Object();...
I have been studying as much as I can about the Module Pattern suggested by the Yahoo YUI Blog.  I've noticed that the YUI offers the ability to create a new empty namespace object without overwriting an existing one of the same name like so:  YA...
So here is my problem : Currently, I have a dozen of functions related to WEBRTC within a template js file. My objective is to have those functions in a separate file, called webRTCWrapper.js for example, and to call those functions in my template wi...
I'm currently doing the following to give my javascript code a namespace:  (function(foo, $, undefined) {     // function: showNoteDialog     foo.showNoteDialog = function() {        // ...     } }(window.foo = window.foo || {}, jQuery));   What...
It seems there are so many ways to set up a JavaScript application so it is confusing as to which one is correct or best. Are there any difference to the below techniques or a better way of doing this?  MyNamespace.MyClass = {     someProperty: 5,...
I have ignored javascript forever. I started using jQuery a few years back so I could get by. But as I've started doing TDD more I decided yesterday to really dive into javascript (and possibly coffeescript after that).  In my ASP.NET Web Forms a...
I have created a Javascript namespace to avoid conflict with other Javascript codes.  var ns = {    init: function() {       $('a').click(this.clickHandler);    },    clickHandler: function() {       // Some code here ..        // The keyword...
With the code below, other than specifying manually, is there a way to export only the functions and variables whose name doesn't start with an underscore?  var myapp = myapp || {}; myapp.utils = (function() {   var     CONSTANT_A = "FOO"...
I currently have this code to call a function from a hash value on page load:  $(function() {     var hash = window.location.hash.substring(1);     window[hash](); });   This works great.  However, my Javascript in namespaced like so:      var help =...
I am in the process of making my own namespace in JavaScript...  (function(window){     (function(){         var myNamespace = {             somePublicMethod: function(){             },             anotherPublicMethod: function(){             }...

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