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  1. In Topic: Display issue ideas/guesses

    Posted 20 Apr 2016

    Look, it's probably something in the css?
    Look, it's maybe in the code?
    Look, it's impossible for us to know?
    Look, it's difficult to blindly give you any advice?
    Look, it's all about providing us enough information and code samples?

    Command + R her annoying browser. If that doesn't work, then tell her to move aside and start doing business on her laptop. Inspect the annoying element and try and see what styles are messing it up, or provide us with more information!

    Did you try turning it off and on again?
  2. In Topic: [Discussion] require.js Module loader

    Posted 20 Apr 2016

    Requirejs was good when there weren't better alternatives. It was fantastic when it first came out, solving the loader- and dependency problems we all had with bigger JS projects.
    The syntax isn't all that great, and defining the modules with unique names requires you have some kind of convention etc..
    I don't see any reason to use requirejs in new projects.

    Browserify came out and requirejs lost traction. With browserify we got a lot closer to the loading we see in other languages such as Java and C#.
    It lets you work in an isolated scope with your object, and has a very clear and simple way of loading modules.
    Not a lot of cons to mention about browserify. Though it requires you have some kind of build step like gulp-browserify which bundles it all together, oh and it isn't native ;)

    EcmaScript 2015 imports have come to stay, and are absolutely fantastic. With this native solution in place, we won't be having a need for requirejs or browserify.
    If you have the possibility to use es2015 importing, then go for it! Right now I'm having an enviroment with Babel, Systemjs, and JSPM, which let me use es2015 imports already today!
    Here's an example of the syntax taken from one of my projects:
    import L from 'leaflet';
    import {inject} from 'aurelia-framework';
    import {SearchService} from '../search-service';
    
    

    Very similar to what devs. are used to from other languages :)
  3. In Topic: Infinite scrolling

    Posted 16 Apr 2016

    Usually you'll set a mark, and when they mark is reached/in the viewport, you'll fetch new content and add a new mark. The markers represent the place where you'll want to make some sort of action
  4. In Topic: Map of list of list of images improvements

    Posted 26 Mar 2016

    Your example doesn't make much sense, since the inner classes are private, but you're trying to expose them in your public methods.
    I don't see what you accomplish by keeping them as inner classes?
  5. In Topic: Map of list of list of images improvements

    Posted 26 Mar 2016

    Yes I think that was the idea ^^

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    riperator Icon

    31 Jul 2013 - 10:33
    <3 you
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    b.netana Icon

    23 Mar 2013 - 17:32
    thank*
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    b.netana Icon

    23 Mar 2013 - 17:32
    wanted to that you for your help with my gui practice
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    raghav.naganathan Icon

    25 Nov 2012 - 21:15
    Hi dude...I would like to tell you that your rep(729) is a perfect cube :) Cheers :)
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    ubunta Icon

    30 Sep 2012 - 23:33
    hi hello
    hope will be fine and feeling well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Proshnobodhok Icon

    12 Oct 2011 - 12:31
    Hi CasiOo,
    I really didnt know the term. nyways seems like you can help me in at least telling me the way to get the related resources. but is it against the IT laws?
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    CasiOo Icon

    28 Jun 2011 - 04:11
    Thank you :)
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    26 Jun 2011 - 19:39
    Welcome to contributors group
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