These are chat archives for codefellows/sea-b15-javascript

22nd
Jun 2014
Ivan Storck
@ivanoats
Jun 22 2014 04:37
@Marco-Lindsay []=
Andy Ernst
@AndyCErnst
Jun 22 2014 04:49
Just replied to someone on twitter about bugs I was having in jquery UI... now I see that he's the project lead
Jeff Adelman
@jeffadelman8
Jun 22 2014 17:54
cfbot image me kosher for passover
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 20:20

tyler morgan

tyler morgan

Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
Jun 22 2014 20:21
what’s up?
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 20:21
I hate backbone
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
Jun 22 2014 20:22
yup
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 20:23
if certain form fields are supposed to be disabled until a click event happens would that only be handled in the view or would the model have to be involved?
I just have it set up in the view logic
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 20:28
anyone?
Robert Talamantez
@Talamantez
Jun 22 2014 20:31
ya I think you could handle that in just the view
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 20:33
k, that sort of thing would be considered a type of validation though right? because everything I am reading about validation involves the view's model, but I think I only have to worry about that on form submission correct?
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
Jun 22 2014 21:12
depends on what the click event is, validation is only really used on data. If you’re not planning on presisting whether or not that click event happened, it’s not really a validation.
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
Jun 22 2014 21:16
for that particular set of radio buttons the form can still be submitted with no value selected because the sample item I have does not have that value defined (represented by an empty string) so I don't think it is necessary to do validation on it