Meligy

Sydney, Australia

GuruStop.NET

Age: 28

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.

Dec
19
comment How do I catch Polymer events in an Angular app?
The more I look into this, it seems like you need something like: github.com/GabiAxel/ng-polymer-elements (see support for additional elements at the end)
Dec
18
answered How do I catch Polymer events in an Angular app?
Dec
16
comment Detect IF hovering over element with jQuery
Exactly, I was in the middle of v writing about that mistake when work stuff came up. By the time I can't back there were other answers highlighting it too. Good for the OP :)
Dec
16
revised How to remove previous li on anchor click
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Dec
16
revised How to remove previous li on anchor click
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Dec
16
comment How to remove previous li on anchor click
I need to see your event handler, but basically: function deletefiles(path, anchorElement){ jQuery(anchorElement).closest('li').prev().remove(); }
Dec
16
comment How to remove previous li on anchor click
In this code I assumed you are executing it in the click event handler not another function. You need to replace this with the anchor element itself.
Dec
16
comment JavaScript - Call a function by a string
If so, two options: either eval('test1').start(), or else you need to have some container that has all the objects like var stuff = { test1: test1, tree52: tree52 }; and then you can use something like stuff['test1'].start(). Both options were explained in the answer.
Dec
16
answered How to remove previous li on anchor click
Dec
16
comment JavaScript - Call a function by a string
Then you need the test1['start'](); example from my answer
Dec
16
comment JavaScript - Call a function by a string
And added a note on it in the last line as well.
Dec
16
comment JavaScript - Call a function by a string
For the this vs var, I already mentioned it depends on the context.
Dec
16
revised JavaScript - Call a function by a string
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Dec
16
comment JavaScript - Call a function by a string
I wouldn't suggest doing this most of the time, unless the function name is reserved word and you need to support IE8, or for some reason the function name itself is dynamic (you can put any string variable in there not just static string). I just thought if the OP wants the object to be string he might want the function too.
Dec
16
answered JavaScript - Call a function by a string
Dec
8
answered upgrading angular - now it can't find my controllers
Dec
8
answered Passing a variable value to javascript live event
Dec
8
answered Angular js not working in ie 11
Dec
8
answered How to set a default value to ng-options (multiple select)
Nov
24
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