I'm trying to understand callbacks for the first time. In all the examples I have seen, callbacks are always passed as arguments. Here's a common example:
there is User.js class and user object(user = new User();).The user object is being used in all nested components. in User class there are so many important methods.
Without changing the HTML, how can I get the index of each slide container when clicked on?eg. they clicked on 2, how do I get a value such as node?
I'm trying to sort an array of nested objects. It's working with a static chosen key but I can't figure out how to get it dynamically.
I have JSON data that I am searching through using filter:Now instead of specifying those conditions after return, I've created a similar string (because I want to have a list of pre-created search conditions) then using eval() so:
How do I get an array or something similar with ALL the id's of elements to a certain div? ...but it only gives me the first childs id, e.g. div-no-1. I want ALL of them
Suppose I have this array of object:I would create a list of arrays, so I tried:but this will return:
I just found a GitHub Repo, on which there is a cool sparking animation for a button, but for Android.