As I Googled particular things, I've numerously run into the concept of "create a wrapper and extend that." In my case, I want to extend DOM. I know how advised against that is, but what I'm trying to do is slightly different and to d...
I am using the newly released Annotation Chart in gwt by calling native javascript, and what I got until now is to have it display the example chart as it is, but the problem I am having is that it is not interactive at all. It looks more like an ima...
The intention is to build a wrapper to provide a consistent method of calling native functions with variable arity on various script hosts - so that the script could be executed in a browser as well as in the Windows Script Host or other script engin...
I need the way to intercept all ajax requests maded from page. So i need some wrapper to add my data to all users requests....
I know there is a solution with Jquery called unwrap, but I am writing "raw" JavaScript. I didn't find any solution without jQuery.  I'd like to remove a div like so:  <div><div id="mydiv">Important text here</d...
I'm writing a global error handling "module" for one of my applications.  One of the features I want to have is to be able to easily wrap a function with a try{} catch{} block, so that all calls to that function will automatically have th...
I need to make a wrapper function to invoke a function multiply with a given number num of times to allow the multiply to execute. nTimes(num,2) Then assign to runTwice  -- runTwice can be any function that invoke the nTimes function which given a di...
Suppose I want to include some calls to console.log for some legitimate production reason, say for something like a unit test harness. Obviously I would not want this to throw a premature exception if the browser doesn't have a console, or if no...
Is it possible to create an object container where changes can be tracked  Said object is a complex nested object of data. (compliant with JSON).  The wrapper allows you to get the object, and save changes, without specifically stating what the chang...
My HTML:    <div class="mainDiv">   <p>This is a paragraph</p>   <div class="innerDiv">This is a div</div>   This is what I want to wrap </div>     What I want:    <div class="mainDiv">...

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