on 4/8/2009 3:17 PM
I’ve come to admire the simplicity and style of jquery. There are some cons to it’s approach of using context (as can be seen as this in the for instance “each”):jQuery(“#table tr”).each(function(){ jQuery(this).DoStuffPlugin();});This wreaks havoc with some object oriented programming techniques:var classSmurf = function(){ this.name = “smurfette”; this.SmurfAround = function(){ alert(“Smurf: “+this.name); }};This is a simplified example that is broken by jquery’s use of context. There is a simple work a[...]
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