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comment Why does reference to 'this' return the value, it should be undefined?
Thank you chaps....
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comment Why does reference to 'this' return the value, it should be undefined?
But I thought because it is a new function that it will get is's own closure?
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comment Why does reference to 'this' return the value, it should be undefined?
but I thought the function sayname has it's own closure all to it's self? I would have to assign this to 'self' in a higher function?
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comment Why won't my scope item bind to this promise?
I think I was looking for a feature in angular called 'unwrapping' which they disabled in version 1.2. Anyway this helped thanks a lot.
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comment Why won't my scope item bind to this promise?
Do I HAVE to wrap it in that ugly as sin then statement? I want to write clean code...Didn't angular used to do this automatically?
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comment Move an array element from one array position to another
haha steak overflow haha
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comment How do I store a list of items referenced by key in javascript?
Thanks for your help with this. So I am guessing doing it this way is pretty normal for keeping relational data in the browser?
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