I was working with a javascript API and I saw this quote:      Because JavaScript is a scripting language, every line of code takes up valuable processor time. One way to improve processor time is to chain method calls to reduce lines of code. Object...
Actaully my application is having hundreds of pages. Now i have to attach an event 'disablePage' on onSubmit of form. I don't want to go to each and every page and write:  <form name="frmname" onSubmit="disablePage();"&...
I have 2 methods that I'd like to use as chainable methods. Other methods may be chained to further modify text.  left returns X characters from the left. right returns X characters from the right.  Currently I can do this:    var txt = "hell...
I am attempting to implement method chaining inside my subclass "setBall"  class Ball {   constructor(name, size, power) {     this.name = name;     this.size = size;     this.power = power;   }    }  let Ball1 = new Ball('Bomb',5,2);...
I am trying to learn more about Method chaining in Javascript and would like to know the proper way to create a delay with no jQuery to the next function in the chain:  var foo = function() {     this.delay = function(per) {         setTimeout(start,...
Using method chaining, I am looking to fire a function repeatedly but only after the function has completed. Almost like don't execute until the function has fully run its course. Example of intended result:  var myfunc = {     copy: function(mes...
I'm referring to the testing assertion library : http://chaijs.com/api/bdd/#false  You can write language chain assertions like the following:   expect(false).to.be.false;   expect() is obviously a global function, "to.be" looks like two...
I am wondering how to chain my custom functions and maintain context of 'this'.  Example:  $.fn.foo = function() {   var html = '<div class="foo"></div>';   if ($(this).hasClass(somthing) {     $(this).prepend(html...
Let's say I have a class Test with around 10-20 methods, all of which are chainable.  In another method, I have some asynchronous work to do.  let test = new Test(); console.log(test.something()); // Test console.log(test.asynch()); // undefined...
The Underscore.js documentation explains that the _.tap() function  "taps" into a method chain. http://underscorejs.org/#tap  I have trouble following their example:  _.chain([1,2,3,200])   .filter(function(num) { return num % 2 == 0; })   .t...

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