Szychowski: So you need to print that to the page somehow.
Ihm: Throw them in hidden fields
Milson: I could do hidden, just wasn’t sure if that was the way to go
Ihm: Idk, something with data elements maybe?
Szychowski: You could do something like var window.myData = YOURDATAHERE; where YOURDATAHERE is output with a JSON encoding lib or something similar.
Szychowski: He have a thing here called “dataLayer” that contains that kinds of stuff.
Ihm: You talking about a model?
Szychowski: Heh, no. this was more of a stopgap before we widely adopted bootstrap.
Fabin: What’s teh opposite of closest for transversal ?
Ihm: If object description is unique to the select, yeah i’d stick it on the select as a data
Huisinga: Does that go from SelectA.findselectorB . will it stop on first selector match ?
Szychowski: No. that finds all descendents that match your selector.
Ur: Anythign that transverses downward, to next ?
Litecky: Closestselector transverses up to next matching selector
Debarge: But not “all” just closest.
Troncoso: I want inverse, next matching, downward.
Ihm: You can always get eq0
Tornow: But not “all” matching downwards
Szychowski: There is no direct ****ogue for what you want.
Szychowski: Not the same as .closest fwiw.
Ihm: Your after the first one
Ihm: Is there more than one?
Szychowski: And depending on the kind of structure you have, .find should be fine.
Ihm: Ooc, what was your negative with querySelector?
Szychowski: Now you’re in native DOM land, which means you need to get back to jquery land. or maybe you don’t.
Goldberger: Right it doesnt matter unless you have a **** load of .x
Szychowski: Depends on what you’re doing and how much you want to confuse the next guy who comes along.
Ihm: Console.log instead of alert pls!
Brieno: The kopi shows an example of what i want then jsfiddle shows the json. i will like to those that for each record and append it to the “accordin” id
Setters: How do i start please
Szychowski: Yeah don’t use alerts
Ihm: Anyway, i’m gonna head out and play with the homework ***ingments, errr, traffic lights
Ihm: Going to be a while before i forget that one
Szychowski: So eddy what are you trying to accomplish?
Szychowski: That inner $.each is totally unnecessarily.
Maniccia: Szychowski, the end result should look like this http://kopy.io/3cmAc
Szychowski: That’s not very good markup.
Szychowski: Can you move that h3 inside the div?
Szychowski: And you could .map.get.join”; this pretty easilly.
Goldberger: Accordion is weird like that
Heman: Szychowski, am still an amater with jquery
Szychowski: Okay. so what part is confusing?
Augello: Ideally i want to create those html elements and add it inside the accordion
Szychowski: So where are you lost with my explanation?
Zook: So it end up looking like this https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByGgvwO76KWTYXFLNXR3Tkw3bGs
Ewards: Dont know how to do it robertmaxrees
Goldberger: You want a template of sort
Szychowski: I just explained one way. or you could use a templating engine of some kind.
Renzelman: Szychowski, but i still need to generate the html for each of the values in the json
Szychowski: We’re explained a few different ways to do that.