Is .call always and only.

Gulde: So i added {timeout:15000} inside fetch and everything is good now

Rizor: Personally I’d just use the whatwg-fetch polyfill *shrug*

Derobles: I now see canceled in chrome dev tools

Desue: Ok, I’ll google that later

Sieloff: But you are exactly right, our rest api call is not timing out

Slanker: I was thinking that a library should be able to make another request if it didn’t get a response. Or is it our job to write that functionaliy

Rizor: That’s your job – if a library just did it, it could really ***** you up if the request isn’t idempotent and both end up going through

Vandeberg: How can i tell jquery to find the $”td /” which has a specific ID?

Rizor: Unless the lib were to cancel and retry I guess

Galimi: Yeah, that’s what I was thinking too

Hatto: Not really sure what’s wrong here. help please?

Chehab: So I guess, it’s nice to add that timeout:15000 I was playing with and just retry

Rizor: Giraffe_: $’td#’ + yourId if the id is a variable

Pommer: And that implies the / Rizor ?

Rizor: Honestly not even the td matters. IDs are all unique in html

Swaggert: Anything is an element

Rizor: So you can just look for the id

Swaggert: Are _supposed_ to be unique

Garfunkel: Cl***es are shared yeah

Morrissette: Wait i thought it was the otherway around

Rizor: Yeah. if they aren’t unique, that’s against spec and stuff should be expected to break

Barmes: I have few ***ignment to do tonight 😀 a whatwg-fetch polyfill b study bind again

Henderlight: Either way, the reason im being safe is because there are sorting options for multiple tables

Rizor: No. cl***es can be on multiple elements, IDs should be unique to a single element

Gerrero: Rizor: – Web API Interfaces MDN

Dering: I was looking at your code again – this.item.fetch.donethis.renderItem.bindthis, this.item I’m now wondering why we our developer used Underscore’s bind

Rizor: Zumba_ad_: are you comfortable with .call?

Polintan: Not yet, but i read few examples today and I see how it works

Dulek: It’s somewhat similar to bind

Rizor: Because bind’s arguments signature is pretty much the exact same thing as call, only instead of calling the function with a set “this” and the supplies arguments, it returns a new function that has those things pre-set for you and on which you can supply any additional arguments if you want/need to

Valderrama: Though the example i found today, I was told that it was a very bad example

Morey: Thank you Rizor, I’ll rest for now. I’ll study again later : Thank you so much!

Rizor: There are some really bizarre tricks you can do with both .call and .bind. If you can figure out why THIS works, then you’ll understand both:

Brauning: I’m starting to understanding this well

Dechellis: If we don’t do var self = this, it will point to global

Stirling: That was really weird

Wadell: Seems like you don’t have to worry about that on ES6

Innocent: But i think it’s still nice to learn because it will help us troubleshooting existing es5 apps

Rizor: Var slice =; var obj = {0: ‘foo’, 1: ‘bar’}; function show { return slicearguments; }; show’foo’,’bar’,’baz’;

Gerrero: Rizor: object ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘baz’

Comes: Let me paste that in my console

Rizor: Bind is so popular that ES7 is gonna have special syntax for it

Torkelson: I put a // in front and it still worked :

Courcelle: Is .call always and only used with .prototype?