Konczak: Just prevent default when you click ont he input?
Gierisch: What you mean by prevent default?
Currier: Call e.preventDefault;
Nelisse: Instead of calling stopPropagation?
Wolinski: Idk if this is a good UX anyway
Hingston: How else could it be done?
Sukup: Any other ideas Jonno_FTW ?
Urtado: For load balancing for my video player i have to generate the playlist of the player using some backend methods. should i server the player code with a static file and retrieve the playlist using an ajax-call or should i generate the player code the js-file using the dynamic backend php?
Wise: Azrael_-: you could add the urls and have them as data- attributes in the html
Gardy: Azrael_-: but ya, you should keep your js static
Burry: Cork: i need to determine the which url to start by querying all source-servers, calculate the load of each and serve the one with the least load as source. there is no option to do thiw using data-attributes
Suss: Azrael_-: sure there is
Maturi: Populate an array with sources and put it in a data-sources=”” attribute
Sinnett: Then you do $this.data’sources’ to get it in js
Starns: Cork: and how do i know what source to select?
Shetz: It shouldn’t be more then one
Clevland: What i mean you should filter it based on load before you fill the list
Oballe: Azrael_-: alternatively and prob what i would do is to have a small nginx server redirect to the server with the smallest load
Arbizo: And here is the point: i provide my js-file to 3rd party pages to embed this file with a small html-code for adding my player
Precourt: And have it all point to the same url
Zelnick: Then your front end doesn’t have to be reevaluated cause it might be old and things like that
Bees: I’m doing live video broadcasting and i have to distribute it due to bandwidth-restrictions. no options to send everything through the same server. that’s why i have to do an ajax-call to get the best video-server available and load this one into the player
Fellner: The load doesn’t go through that server
Porta: Rtmp redirecting isn’t properly supported by all clients
Brickel: Well ya ajax sounds like the only semi good option then
Schutjer: Else you will end up with a client using old urls
Rampersad: Yeah, i have to avoid caching
Pinckney: Jquery ui slider return wrong value when clicked in slider bar fullscreen mode. what should i do?
Bladen: Linherest: could you make an example?
Dominicus: I’ve been using it for years and never had that problem
Geronimo: Linherest: jsfiddle.net
Resides: Reproduce the problem
Mesplay: In this case, i can’t reproduce the issues when it only has slider. but in my production code, with so many elemenents, it has issues. i can’t post source code into jsfiddle.net
Oday: Linherest: then the problem is most likely with how you’re grabbing the references
Schmiot: And not the plugin in it self
Pevy: I created slider by jquery command.
Baden: So, where should i go wrong? could you tell me some common mistake?
Ganther: Linherest: it could be you use $’selector’.val instead of $this or something like that
Capellan: I have an LI which looks like this: lidiv cl***=”liItemData”a href=”#”bArtikelnr:/b DURMN9100B; bOmschrijving:/b1,5 volt Alkali-Mangan batterij MN9100/a/div/li on click i get the text: var item = $e.target.text; but it sometimes only gets Artikelnr: as text, why is this so?
Rayne: Depends what e.target is doesnt it?
Lantagne: Skywater, Rayne: e.target != this, e.target is the clicked element while this is the element with the event handler
Buechler: So replace e.target with this and it should work