Let me break it down.

Spachtholz: Fooey? what’d they do now?

Grinstead: Http://blog.jetbrains.com/blog/2015/09/18/final-update-on-the-jetbrains-toolbox-announcement/

Grinstead: They admit their *****ed up and no one likes their new model, but if you don’t like it you can have your software rolled back to a 1 year old version

Swinehart: Do you know how bind works?

Hellman: Https://github.com/dolox/fallback

Ritcheson: The fallback js seems to download one by one – I guess the reason is that the code failed to load in eyes of fallback

Garriepy: What does that mean by int a = {2, 3}

Elvis: That doesn’t look like js

Gonsalves: Is there anything like “int” in javascript?

Neives: Or something like “int a”

Amir: Anyone know how I can sortByAll with lodash and still preserve the parent keys?

Barns: Dude_, there are no integers in js

Snethen: Looking for a job in Germany. anyone here with such opportunities? thanks!

Grinstead: Someone has to give me a job in Denver first ;p

Sayres: Folks, yesterday I received many replies about my question but my pc turn off nd I couldnt see. is there way to see a log of that conversation?

Rabinowitz: You can always hit him with it

Ricaud: Dude_ I think the closest thing would be TypedArrays

Dorr: Https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/TypedArray

Mate: Trace: For help, ask your question. Be patient. Code samples should be pasted in a paste service see !paste. Tell us 1 what you want to happen, 2 what is actually happening, and 3 any error messages you find see !describe and !debug.

Rast: How can i check if a variable is an array

Grinstead: Nettoweb, http://pastebin.com/dZdLAuMX

Reech: The value of the variable?

Grinstead: That’s my log for the last day

Puff: Btw once upon a time I was able to do

Leverone: And everything goes bye bye

Bourgeault: How can a callback access variables of the calling parent when no bind has been used to ***ign this to a different variable?

Pylant: Bosnian join #web-social

Hadesty: Someone know some article explaining how to rewrite a messy js to a more OO like way? I always done messy JS, lot of functions on all sides, but I wonder if there is someone helping to rewrite the right way, or the OO way

Bibb: Hastag__ through closures?

Garrido: Can anyone solve it? http://postimg.org/image/z0ncdfcqz/

Torno: Pikul: the problem is that “this” seems only to be the option object I p***ed to the jquery plugin, not the jquery plugin itself

Peyatt: Https://github.com/diazemiliano/googlemaps-scrollprevent/blob/master/dist/googlemaps-scrollprevent.js#L151

Iglesia: MinusFourL: seems like there are many things in JS which I haven’t got a chance to try.

Fostervold: How can I access the overlayObject from inside the callback?!

Barillas: Pikul: how could I do that? is it possible at all?

Paulic: Pikul: I tried this and this.context and context inside the callback function, but they are either undefined or the option object

Supernault: Pikul: from inside the onMapLock callback function

Viloria: Because I read a lot of articles about OO JS but I cant apply in my current messy JS. the only thing that I done is namespace all functions. but just this

Sowers: Nettoweb: js doesn’t have to be OOP, JS is a prototypical language, it can be OOP-like but it mustn’t

Drakulic: Most js devs I know strive for a flat healthy mix of these aspects

Howle: Pikul: would it be possible at all? otherwise I would use a jquery selector and get the dom element – but this would be incredibly messy

Nobrega: Geez. i’m having a hard time looking at the object to be quite honest

Romain: Let me break it down.