Meligy

Sydney, Australia

GuruStop.NET

Age: 29

Since 2005, Meligy has been involved in various kinds of web systems from payment gateways, SaaS CMS and eCommerce platforms, business workflow automations to private social media integrations and public social network integrations, working with commercial and non-profit organizations in Egypt, Middle East, Azerbaijan, and Australia.

In addition to mentoring other developers during gigs, Meligy is also an active blogger about new technologies in the .NET and web spaces, as well as a technical presenter on technologies and Agile processes in both offline usergroup communities, and his own online video tutorials.

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revised Getting Absolute URL fron an ASP.NET MVC Action
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revised Detect IF hovering over element with jQuery
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revised Onchange open URL via select - jQuery
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comment Angular js not working in ie 11
Well, would you please mark the answer then? :) Thanks!
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revised Multi user filter issue in Google Spreadsheets
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answered ADO .NET connection string doesn't work on Azure
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revised What would be the most ethical way to consume content from a site that is not providing an API?
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answered Performance of jQuery selector
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answered Javascript .one event equivalent? Need to check when first transform transitionEnd fires
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revised Getting Absolute URL fron an ASP.NET MVC Action
Add "ASP.NET MVC Action" to the title
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comment AngularJS - How to get offset of top and left position of an element in document
Once you get the target, it's a DOM element. You can use native DOM properties or wrap it Angular element (jqLite element) like angular.element($event.target). Most likely the DOM properties like parentNode etc will be all you want.
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comment AngularJS - How to get offset of top and left position of an element in document
That's right. You might check if $event has target as native DOM element, if so, the updated to the answer might work (if it's jqLite element, just add [0] to get the DOM object).
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revised AngularJS - How to get offset of top and left position of an element in document
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answered AngularJS - How to get offset of top and left position of an element in document
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