Is there a way to return.

Waldecker: Laserco: they are right that, in general, the *idiomatic* usage of Node/CommonJS modules is *hard* to ****yse not impossible, but hard. However, a tool could very well optimise a *static usage* of Node/CommonJS modules, and you’d get the same thing you do with ES6 modules. The only difference is that ES6 modules *force* you to do that.

Usman: You’d have to be doing weird stuff with node modules for them to not be ****yzable hah

Knappenberger: Zap0: quick example

Latif: The fact it returns ‘Hell’ is nothing personal

Lacrone: It’s a result of ‘Hell’ being what precedes the ‘o’ in ‘Hello’

Shean: Don’t trigger me, bro

Brend: Ooo thanks Nasalroad.

Swinny: Is it something I said

Usman: ThePendulum: the smell

Creek: There he said it again

Rokicki: Is it the smell of something I said?

Berendt: Clearly a knights who said

Migliore: They now say ekki ekki ekki ekki ptang zoom boing znooooooooooooooooowrng

Arballo: Not sure how it’s spelled

Bown: Those sillly ki-nig-ets

Corde: Am I right guys that once we received the callback function we received for the server, our app will execute it?

Sowders: Thanks ThePendulum, Usman, and especially you Wakley. you’re the most special.

Rodarte: I’m referring to the jsonp callback

Wakley: Zap0: I love you too. 3

Sowders: J201, it’s not the same if you have to trigger it :p

Moerman: Ooooooo Wakley is one of those teddy bears that say I love you when you push its belly

Word: Now I want one of those

Hoepfner: Https://

Demps: Http:// — my Gruntfile

Butala: Any ideas why s*** is not compiling in either dev or build?

Kilson: Grunt reports it’s executing it and s*** runs fine when I put the config in directly, without the dev and build separately

Stubson: Hello there, I’m starting to experiment with jasmine tests, but I’m not understanding how i can test my applications, without fixtures.

Calderin: When i used casperJS i would point to urls and do the tests there

Usman: Sounds like you would test against a live application? usually with unit tests you need fixtures of some kind to populate dummy data to test against

Usman: Instead of testing against a live application

Zeyadeh: I don’t get it. what’s wrong with my little cute concatAll function? it seemed to work somewhere else I looked up but for me it doesn’t work when implemented locally :-/

Samec: And sorry for poor indenting, for some reason copy pasting the code in here messes up indentation

Wakley: Usman: What do you mean it doesn’t work? Is it unemployed? What happens when you try to run it? What’s the output? What’s the error message? What did you want or expect to happen?

Cottier: So you don’t “text”+”text2”, but you str1.concattext2;?

Usman: You can just use Array#concat btw RonRichie you don’t need to forEAch

Wakley: Higuchi: object 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Delosrios: Usman ahh I don’t know how to do it with regular concat, but the point of this exercise is basically being able to implement it as a function since as far as I understand concatAll can go 2 layers deep which I think concat can’t ? it basically I need to implement this concatAll but I a error stating “subArray.forEach is not a function” :-/

Kupetz: Hi please to advicement t3h superior free javascript environment

Stassi: Onmousemove, do I add it to the body object? Want t odo stuff when the mouse moves

Zieglen: RonRichie, you are actually nesting Arrays and Objects, not just Arrays. The subarray technically is an object, which is why ForEach doesn’t work.

Cedotal: Is there a way to return data from the function run when a postMessage is recieved? The following doesn’t seem to work: