Bochat: Https://bpaste.net/show/1b6ee13cb281 — Why doesn’t this modal dialog appear as a window?
Loften: Higuchi open/closed principle vs . functions -I had seen this on Twitter, and I questioned myself if people who wrote this is joking or not
Domine: So I presume that when I have a app.js that requires stock.js and ui.js, and the latte individually require jquery, browserify will ensure jquery is not included twice in its output?
Cavanagh: I don’t really understand typed arrays even after the MDN reading. Can anyone shed some insight about what they are and when. You
Palazzi: Is like writing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_instruction_set_computer vs functions.and make people see how you can do anything with only one instruction
Leduc: Kamuela_iOS: when you need a bunch of numbers and it’s important to you that they are linear in memory and all the same type
Blonigan: And you dont need them to be dynamically sized
Durant: The array to be dynamically sized
Wittich: So when you say it’s important, you mean this is optimized for speed
Lavanway: Did anybody see my paste: https://bpaste.net/show/1b6ee13cb281 ?
Garver: If you’re p***ing data off to opengl, for example
Nicolaisen: Emaczen: do you need to include the jquery ui css?
Windham: I understand the speed bit. In fact that’s what I thought the only use would be. But then MDN hella confused me
Raisbeck: Tcsc: No, the issue is that there is no “window”
Wegweiser: Window.alert”string” creates a new window right?
Lainson: But this modal dialog does not have a window.
Climes: Yeah, have you included the css?
Castenada: The actually look of the window is provided by htat.
Schirm: Idk, it’s part of the library you downloaded.
Jurkowski: Kamuela_iOS: well, it also has some other uses as well
Gammons: Kamuela_iOS they’re also useful with cordova, when you’re communicating between a native layer and JS
Katon: Tcsc: I’m just using jquery-ui.
Stamdifer: Var a = new Uint8Array1; a0 = 234234234.12; a0
Kesterson: Emaczen: it’s part of the jqueyr ui download
Bolfa: Tcsc: I just have a script src tag
Arvin: You need to get the stylesheet from somewhere.
Tumaneng: Var a = new Uint8ClampedArray1; a0 = 234234234.12; a0
Dapinto: Tcsc: Thanks, I can probably find an example with the stylesheet link
Cryderman: How did you implement the capturing stack traces? I’m going to read this both later – https://github.com/stacktracejs/stacktrace.js/issues/26 and https://bugsnag.com/blog/js-stacktraces
Soffa: Var a = new Uint8Array0xff, 0xaa, 0xbb, 0xcc, b = new Uint32Arraya.buffer; b0.toString16
Wakley: Tcsc: string ‘ccbbaaff’
Wiesemann: Kamuela_iOS: so those are some of the things you need typed arrays to do
Midcap: Most important is probably native interfacing webgl, canvas, i guess cordova, etc. and performance though
Orison: Tcsc: not gonna lie I’m completely lost. Am I just tired or are those really obtuse uses that are over my head
Kallenberger: Var a = new Uint8Array1; a0 = 234234234.12; a0
Schepens: That converted to a int and w****d around until it awas within the range betwene 0 and 255
Settler: The one with the Uint8ClampedArray did the same thing, but clamped to 255
Maxedon: Oh Jesus. Still not sure why it’s useful but that is a crazy fancy behavior
Reyome: And the last one i wrote out a uint32 by the individual bytes, 0xff, 0xaa, 0xbb, 0xcc it was backwards because x86 is a little endian architecture
Krumbach: The number is the number of bits.
Essix: Hannibal_Smith: http://blog.cleancoder.com/uncle-bob/2014/11/24/FPvsOO.html
Ferandez: So a is an unsigned byte
Pero: Higuchi, thank you.it’s a good thing that was only trolling