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    Daniel Hug
    @Daniel-Hug
    You can zoom in devtools just like browser with cmd+
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    hey everyone, getting started soon with a CanJS overview
    for justin’s stream
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    I have a JS question... Here you can see the code
    http://jsbin.com/kisaka/1/edit?html,console,output
    I'm trying to click one accordion header and open two with the same data-hd number...
    the same if I do for instance $('[data-hd="2"]').click() on the console it will open second headers at the same time...
    I think I have a context problem... because I tried to read data-hd of the header I'm clicking on, then traversing to a parent common ancestor and find all headers with that data-hd number... but isn't working... how can I do?
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    update: I manage to open both at the same time... but I couldn't collapse both at the same time... maybe starts and endless loop?...
    http://jsbin.com/vazezupika/1/edit?html,js,output
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    hey everyone, we’ll be getting started shortly
    xedos
    @xedoken
    Hello, Alexis from Siberia Russia! Can i see yesterdays example code about testing? I mean example app with upvote and downvote, may be on github or somewhere else? Thank you!
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @xedoken Of course! I'll put those up somewhere and place a link in the video description
    kmkale
    @kmkale
    Hi, I've been going through the Advanced Javascript Jquery DOM course at Frontend Masters. I havent understood how the makeTraverser function (in the Refactoring Traversing Code section) works and the pattern seems to be important for code refactoring. What I see is, it is a function that returns a function and takes a function as argument and calls apply on that function. But how it works is a mystery to me. Could you please explain it?
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    Hey everyone, we're going to start ~10 min late this morning as we resolve some technical issues
    @kmkale we'd be happy to review your question in today's session!
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    and we're live!
    xedos
    @xedoken
    Alexis, we didn't see Justin's desktop) we see your cam :smile:
    Thank you so much for sharing this! Russia Siberia is wathing your screencasts :)
    Julian
    @pYr0x
    @alexisabril sorry the video of can map is incomplete
    as xedoken say we saw Alexis webcam and the whole can list Explanation we didn't see
    And your digital clock we also didn't see
    i think you have to repeat that training
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    Hey @pYr0x, I believe that's the bulk of the can.Map video. It was done on the fly, so we probably didn't set the time long enough(hangouts on air makes you pre-empt how long the recording needs to be).
    As for the yesterday's video, I'll see if we can get an additional video done and link it without repeating the entire training next week
    Julian
    @pYr0x
    Okay
    Daniel Hug
    @Daniel-Hug
    Is there a training session today on DocumentJS?
    Justin Meyer
    @justinbmeyer
    Hey, sorry, it's going to be next week!
    sorry, I got totally sidetracked
    with something else
    I'm going to update the calendar / schedule and everything else
    sorry about this
    Calendar updated
    there's the g+ page for it
    Justin Meyer
    @justinbmeyer
    ok ... training is on today!
    Jan Jorgensen
    @ramblinjan
    documentjs.com
    Jan Jorgensen
    @ramblinjan
    Cory Robinson
    @crobinson42
    @justinbmeyer silly but legit Q
    var primary = {};
    primary = window;
    primary.listeners = {};
    console.log(window) and there is no ‘listeners’ property BUT you can still access window.listeners // {} empty object
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    that code adds a listeners property for me in chrome
    I assume your question was "why is listeners not appearing in the console.log?" - for clarification
    Cory Robinson
    @crobinson42
    huh?
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    heh, what was your question :)
    Cory Robinson
    @crobinson42
    run this
    Object.keys(window).forEach(function(i){ if (i == 'listeners' ){return 'bam! its there!'} });
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    what would you expect out of that line?