Been digging at this for a while, and I can't seem to find a way to resize a window using scalatest plus.  The only method I've found searching online or the documentation at http://doc.scalatest.org/2.1.5/index.html#org.scalatest.selenium.We...
I need to evaluate this function in Javascript from Scala/Java  function hello(a, b) {     return a+b; }   I did this basic code:  val factory = new ScriptEngineManager(null) val engine = factory.getEngineByName("JavaScript")  val body =   &#...
I want to render d3 charts on the server.  I had 3 options:  Node, Phantom, and Nashorn.    I prefer Nashorn because my API is Scala Play and I don't want to manage another process.  (deployment, load, queue, etc etc)  So now I need to get JSDom...
I know this is very much a noob question...  I see lift provides utilities methods to generate javascript commands. I want to do the equivalent of:  JsIf((JsEq(ValById("disable-production"),JsTrue) || JsEq(ValById("disable-production"...
I've set a cookie in Scala similar to the following:  val cookies:Seq[Cookie] = new Seq() val nDaysExpire:Int = 2000 val nSecondsExpire:Int = nDaysExpire * 24 * 60 * 60 val cookie:Cookie = new Cookie(sCookieID, sValue, Option(nSecondsExpire)) coo...
I have a Scala PlayFramework function that calls MongoDB and gets a  Future[Seq[Document]] result.  After a map zoom/pan event, this Play Action function is called from JavaScript on a web page via xhttp/GET.  My Action method on the Play side return...
If I generate some Javascript in my Scala code like this:  <script type="text/javascript">      foo("{bar}"); </script>   and the Javascript contains a double quote character (like in the example), it will appear as &q...
Is there a simpler way of doing this?   $(document).ready(function () {         var jsArray = []         @if(scalaList != null) {             @for(id <- scalaList) {             jsArray.push('@id');            }         }     ...     }...
Imagine a simple Play Action defined as  def reactTest = Action {     request => Ok(views.html.hello("JOHN")) }   and the hello.scala.html looks like this, using a basic React.js example:  @(name: String)  ....  <div id="example"...
Please consider a Scala.js class that contains a large JavaScript typed array called xArr.  A process called  p(xArr) consumes xArr as input but takes a long time to complete.  In order to avoid script timeout warnings, p(xArr) runs in a Web Worker....

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