My Web App works fine in Chrome, Firefox and Edge, but of course not in IE 11.  Probably not older versions of IE as well. It is a minimal app using Angular Cli to generate the app.   full error:   EXCEPTION: Can't resolve all parameters for [obj...
I have this Javascript snippet in my application to prevent clickjacking:  <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">      var style = document.createElement('style');      style.type = "text/css";...
First I'll state what I am trying to achieve: I'd like to have some code that connects to my server via websockets. I send messages to the browser to tell it to reload, remotely. I'd like this code (barring it has no errors itself) to not...
I am using GetSentry for JavaScript error monitoring and I have an error, that I cannot find or cannot reproduce.  On many of my pages (for example here) I have an error:  [object Event]   The error occurs (according to GetSentry) only on Android dev...
I have a React.Component which can be in different internal states for animation purposes, state changes using a timeout, something like: State A -> setTimeout(goToStateB, 2000) -> State B.   You can think of the animation like in State A you s...
I have been given this function to predict the output.   It's says refrence error,i am still wondering why?    if(function x(){console.log("ABC");})     {       x();     }   Hope somebody can throw some light on the lexical scope. Thanks...
I am trying to debug a function using Firebug, for the JavaScript getModifierState() method seems to be not working. Here is the beginning of the function:  function kbdEq () {   $(document).on ('keypress', function (e) {     e.preventDefault...
Suppose a particular user is using Chrome, and gets a runtime error which is logged in Chrome's Console. I'd like to know what that error is. Currently I would have to reach out to the specific user, get them to open up the console and tell m...
In certain circumstances, having more than one self-invoking function in a single JavaScript file provokes an error. Getting the second function to return a value averts the error.  I have a barebones HTML file...  <script src="two.js">...
When I try to remove all rules with chrome.declarativeContent.onPageChanged.removeRules(), it says:      Error in response to events.removeRules: Error: Invalid value for   argument 1. Property '.1': Value does not match any valid type   choi...

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