I'm building a web application that uses a third party JavaScript library (TinyMCE).  My application has some specific needs which require me to patch the library in a few places. The patches are easy (less than a dozen lines), but since they are...
I want to backup my project, so I have tried initializing a rep with  git init   and then commit all files with  git add . git commit -am "first commit"   and now I want to push it to a repository (which is not only locally stored).  I know I...
I've read the documentation on Yarn, and I know the lock file is supposed to be committed to VC.  See this and which explains at a high-level why the lock file is necessary, and this which lists a bunch of commands without much explanation of wha...
Stack Overflow's diff view is very good. I want to do this using javascript, but I don't know how to start, who can give some suggestion?  such as:...
In ruby when using rbenv you can make a .ruby-version file and put it in the local directory. https://gist.github.com/fnichol/1912050  I'm looking for something similar to this using NVM?  Question:  Is there a property to set in package.json or...
I can't seem to see the forest behind the trees. I want to have a simple CI pipeline that builds and publishes an NPM package. I use appveyor, but I don't think my issue is specific to it. I simply want my CI script to be performing something...
How are you managing your usage of DojoX code or widgets in a production application?  The Dojo Toolkit is comprised of Core, Dijit, and DojoX. As an incubator for new ideas to extend the toolkit, DojoX code and widgets are functional with varying de...
I come from a C# background and have moved into Javascript development. In the C# world, I would never consider committing an executable (.DLL, .EXE) into source control because you cannot verify that the executable matches the code. However I see pl...
Im writting a function to compare 2 versions, and return true if the second is bigger then first version.  but my algorithm have a "hole", and I cant figure out how fix.  function compareversion(version1,version2){      var result=false;...
Are there any dangers/caveats one should be aware of when creating JavaScript namespaces?  Our project is fairly expansive and we are running a lot of JavaScript files (20+, expecting more). It is impossible to have any code maintainability without u...

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