I am a web developer. Tech-wise, I focus on high-performance UI programming and web accessibility. I used to do UX but I hated it and stay firmly on the execution side of the fence these days.

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comment Javascript: Use Imported modules by variable name
It's tough to tell what you're trying to do, but to make imports work you have to 1) export what you want to use with a name and 2) import by using that symbol name, using the 'import too as bar' syntax if you want to rename things locally. Then you call that symbol.
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comment Javascript: Use Imported modules by variable name
Can you show us your export statement too? Perhaps your syntax is incorrect.
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revised Javascript: Understanding Prototype chain
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answered Javascript: Understanding Prototype chain
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comment Will the object change its hidden class if we create new prototype properties?
The accepted answer is incorrect. The code which supposedly won't run executes just fine in jsBin (jsbin.com/hawuhoga/1/edit?js,console). Its assertion that prototypes are copied upon object construction is totally incorrect.
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comment Custom layouts using D3
@yuvraj - sure - take a look here for a good introduction: bost.ocks.org/mike/bar . You can also get the content of Scott Murray's 'Interactive Data Visualization For the Web' freely online on his blog - alignedleft.com/tutorials/d3/adding-elements
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revised JS file with imports
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answered Custom layouts using D3
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comment JS file with imports
Are you talking about HTML imports or external scripts?
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answered JS file with imports
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answered What is "callback hell" and how and why RX solves it?
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comment drawing centered arcs in raphael js
I was trying to spike creating donut charts in Raphael and this was exactly what I needed!
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comment Approved suggested edit from a known troll?
I'm sorry, but the idea that reviewers have to stay abreast of meta discussions else risk losing privileges just seems obviously and totally unworkable.
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comment Javascript: Only using specific paramter in function
@Segfault - The OP wants to determine if the parameter 'para3' was passed. Scimonster says this isn't possible, but it is - you can check if para3 === undefined. Whilst the map argument approach is more flexible and more readable for multiple optional parameters, it is not, as the answer suggests, the only option the language provides.
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