I wrote this jsfiddle based largely on the example  found here. The example is over 2 years old so I was wondering if there is an easier way to check the value of a radio button than gobs of if, elseif, else statements. My values are going to be disa...
This is a somewhat noob-question for someone who had a few years of web development experience, but after not finding the answer on either Programmer Stack Exchange or Google, I have decided to ask it here.  I am using Express web framework for Node....
I am refactoring some code, and want to change an array of code/name objects to be named objects. I want to do this so I can use it for equality tests. The old way was to compare the code directly...  if(current.addressCode === "1"){ ... }...
Over a year ago, I remember watching one of DevExpress evangelists previewing or at least promoting rich Javascript refactoring (beyond just limited intellisense) within the Visual Studio shell, I recall part of CodeRush/DevExpress product line. I wa...
I want to pass this function a True or a False and have the elements listed show (true) or hide (false) on this input.  I am currently using this function...          function SetElementVisibility(visible) {         if (visible) {             $("...
I have a horrible nested if. There could in the future be even more lines.  if (people < 10) {     price = 500; } else if (people >= 10 && people < 25) {     price = 350; } else if (people >= 25 && people < 100) {     p...
I have this code and I'm wondering if there is a better style to write this, so that there is less logic in the view.  <span ng-if="status == 'state1' || status == 'state2'">Foobar</span> <span ng-if="st...
I was writing a Javascript code in which I needed to show and hide some sections of a web. I ended up with functions like these:  function hideBreakPanel() {   $('section#break-panel').addClass('hide'); }  function hideTimerPanel() {...
Here is a helper function that converts an array like object into an actual array and then loops through the iterable, supplying each value in the list to the callback function:  var each = function(iterable, callback) {   iterable = Array.prototype....
I have noticed that sometimes people have to use multiple versions of jQuery in the same page (See question 1 and question 2). I assume people have to carry old versions of jQuery because some pieces of their code is based on an older version of jQue...

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