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D3 ’s selection.transition method makes it easy to animate transitions when changing the DOM. For example, to change the text color to red instantaneously, you can select the body element and set the color style: d3.select( "body" ).style( "color" , "red" );
I’m frequently in a situation where I want to prevent a function from being called too quickly - for instance, when I want to run an expensive validation function on some input, but don’t want to run the function on every keyup.
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A week ago was the Throne of JS conference in Toronto, perhaps the most interesting and different conference I’ve been to for a while.
A couple of months ago I was doing some volume and performance testing against an application that was expecting a 500% data growth, which meant I had to generate lots and lots of dummy data to test whether the storage would hold up and whether the application itself would still perform well. I quickly came up with a script that loops through N times, generates dummy data, and creates an XML file.
Originally written for Huddle.com , grumble.js provides special tooltips without the usual limitations of north/east/south/west positioning. A grumble can be rotated around a given element at any angle, all 360 degrees. Any distance can be specified.
I would like to thank Rebecca Murphey for inspiring me to open-source this mini-book and release it for free download and distribution - making knowledge both open and easily available is something we should all strive for where possible.
I recently found myself needing to facilitate communication between two backbone views. The first view is a medication – one that is currently being taken by a particular patient. The second view is the add/edit view that allows the patient to either add new medications or edit existing ones.