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Jun
23
comment When making responsive design how many versions of account for?
"A good responsive design will flow to fill the available space." this implies that designs that do not flow to fill available space are not good responsive designs.
Jun
13
answered What if(event) statement means in JavaScript?
Jun
13
comment What if(event) statement means in JavaScript?
"if(event) is the same as if(event == true)" no, this is not correct.
May
23
answered Should our team order Javascript class methods/properties consistently? If so, how?
May
23
comment Should our team order Javascript class methods/properties consistently? If so, how?
@StevenBurnap, while alphabetical may mess up order from an execution standpoint, I find it highly useful for organizing code for things like functions in a prototype, or APIs. The reason it's useful is because it can become faster to find what you're looking for especially when you're learning a new code base. It's also reasonably unambiguous when training interns on a coding standard. Different teams have different needs, YMMV.
May
10
awarded  Guru
Apr
8
comment Why do JavaScript frameworks/libraries have functions which already exist in pure JavaScript?
jQuery.each and Array.prototype.forEach are not equivalent.
Apr
8
awarded  Guru
Apr
8
revised Referencing external javascript vs. hosting my own copy
corrected tyop
Mar
27
comment Tight Coupling Between Javascript, HTML, and CSS: A More Modern Approach?
I actually recommend against using class, element, and ID selectors for many things, and instead focus on using custom [data-*] attribute selectors, which can be used in very powerful ways.
Jan
22
answered Separating UI from logic in JavaScript modules
Jan
22
revised Why Should I Avoid Inline Scripting?
added 122 characters in body
Jan
22
answered Why Should I Avoid Inline Scripting?
Jan
16
comment Implementing Settings/Preferences in JavaScript
You'd first have to figure out how you want user settings to work, and then you'd have to write the code to make it happen.
Dec
20
comment What are common code review processes and what is considered bad?
it sounds like you need to learn and follow their conventions to be accepted into their group.
Nov
17
awarded  Yearling
Sep
24
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
8
comment Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?
relevant accessibility information regarding the [title] attribute.
Aug
8
comment What are the downfalls of MVC?
@ratchetfreak, technically speaking an API is a form of UI, where the user is the programmer using the API.
Aug
3
comment Do we set the bar too high by requiring that code tests not suffer from buffer overflow?
If the junior developer was able to see the issue, they would have fixed the issue. If it were me, I'd test their ability to work with you. Tell them what the issue is and where it can be found, give them the same treatment you'd give your actual colleagues and see how they react. If working with them is a chore, they're not right for the position. If working with them is a pleasure, then hire them.