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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
bind().......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
bind( eventType [, eventData ], handler )Returns: jQueryversion deprecated: 3.0.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
version added: 1.0.bind( eventType [, eventData ], handler ).......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
version added: 1.4.3.bind( eventType [, eventData ] [, preventBubble ] ).......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
version added: 1.4.bind( events ).......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
If the eventType string contains a period (.) character, then the event is namespaced. The period character separates the event from its namespace. For example, in the call .bind( "click.name", handler ), the string click is the event type, and the string name is the namespace. Namespacing allows us to unbind or trigger some events of a type without affecting others. See the discussion of .unbind() for more information........
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
A basic usage of .bind() is:.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "click", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "mouseenter mouseleave", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind({.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "click", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
In jQuery 1.4.3 you can now pass in false in place of an event handler. This will bind an event handler equivalent to: function(){ return false; }. This function can be removed at a later time by calling: .unbind( eventName, false )........
http://api.jquery.com/bind/
TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "click", function( event ) {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "click", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#bar" ).bind( "click", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#foo" ).bind( "click", {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "#bar" ).bind( "click", {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
If eventData is present, it is the second argument to the .bind() method; if no additional data needs to be sent to the handler, then the callback is passed as the second and final argument........
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "click", function( event ) {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "dblclick", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "mouseenter mouseleave", function( event ) {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "click", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "click", {.......
http://api.jquery.com/bind/
TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "form" ).bind( "submit", function() {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "form" ).bind( "submit", function( event ) {.......
http://api.jquery.com/bind/
TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "p" ).bind( "myCustomEvent", function( e, myName, myValue ) {.......
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TITLE : .bind() | jQuery API Documentation
$( "div.test" ).bind({.......
http://api.jquery.com/bind/
TITLE : Function bind transform Babel
func.bind(obj).......
http://babeljs.io/docs/plugins/transform-function-bind/
TITLE : Function bind transform Babel
obj.func.bind(obj).......
http://babeljs.io/docs/plugins/transform-function-bind/
TITLE : Function bind transform Babel
$('.some-link').on('click', view.reset.bind(view));.......
http://babeljs.io/docs/plugins/transform-function-bind/
TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
Those methods are Function.prototype.call(), Function.prototype.apply() and Function.prototype.bind()........
http://codeplanet.io/javascript-apply-vs-call-vs-bind/
TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
var person1 = {firstName: 'Jon', lastName: 'Kuperman'}; var person2 = {firstName: 'Kelly', lastName: 'King'}; function say() { console.log('Hello ' + this.firstName + ' ' + this.lastName); } var sayHelloJon = say.bind(person1); var sayHelloKelly = say.bind(person2); sayHelloJon(); // Hello Jon Kuperman sayHelloKelly(); // Hello Kelly King.......
http://codeplanet.io/javascript-apply-vs-call-vs-bind/
TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
var sayHelloJon = say.bind(person1);.......
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TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
var sayHelloKelly = say.bind(person2);.......
http://codeplanet.io/javascript-apply-vs-call-vs-bind/
TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
var sayHelloJon = say.bind(person1, ehellof); var sayHelloKelly= say.bind(person2);.......
http://codeplanet.io/javascript-apply-vs-call-vs-bind/
TITLE : Apply vs. Call vs. Bind in JavaScript - Code Planet
many thanks for this smart and simple explanation! i personally prefer the Function.prototype.bind(). This function isnft cross browser compatible, but you can the prototype replace with a polyfill it.......
http://codeplanet.io/javascript-apply-vs-call-vs-bind/
TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
window.setTimeout( this.declare.bind( this ), 1000 );.......
http://coderwall.com/p/oi3j3w/understanding-_-bind
TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
showThis_withBind = _.bind(this.showThis, this),.......
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TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
showThis_withBind();.......
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TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
// Underscore: _.bind(function, object, [*arguments]).......
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TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
This implementation fails with function constructors (e.g. var Foo = function(){}, FooBound = _.bind(Foo, window); f = new FooBound();).......
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TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
each(funcs, function(f) { obj[f] = _.bind(obj[f], obj); });.......
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TITLE : Understanding _.bind (Example)
object[key] = bind(object[key], object);.......
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TITLE : Javascript, use case examples for .bind(), .call() and .apply()
Javascript, use case examples for .bind(), .call() and .apply().......
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TITLE : Javascript, use case examples for .bind(), .call() and .apply()
I've tried to create a really basic example on .bind(), .call(), .apply() to showcase how to change context (or this):.......
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TITLE : Javascript, use case examples for .bind(), .call() and .apply()
// Example of .bind(), to change context.......
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TITLE : Javascript, use case examples for .bind(), .call() and .apply()
console.log( nyjah.tricks.bind(luan)() );.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('4', function() { highlight(2); });.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('x', function() { highlight(3); }, 'keyup');.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('command+shift+k', function(e) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind(['command+k', 'ctrl+k'], function(e) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('g i', function() { highlight(17); });.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('* a', function() { highlight(18); });.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('up up down down left right left right b a enter', function() {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('/', _focusSearch);.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('ctrl+s', function(e) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind(['ctrl+s', 'command+s'], function(e) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('mod+s', _saveDraft);.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('* a', _selectAll, 'keydown');.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('g o command+enter', function() { /* do something */ });.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('?', function() { alert('keyboard shortcuts'); });.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind('ctrl+shift+up', function(e, combo) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind(['ctrl+s', 'meta+s'], function(e) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.unbind('?');.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.unbind('a', 'keyup');.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap(form).bind('mod+s', function(e, combo) {.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
mousetrap.bind('mod+s', _handleSave);.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
mousetrap.bind('mod+z', _handleUndo);.......
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TITLE : Mousetrap - Keyboard shortcuts in Javascript
Mousetrap.bind({.......
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TITLE : Kendo UI MVVM Demo
kendo.bind($("form"), viewModel);.......
http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/mvvm/index
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
A bound service is an implementation of the Service class that allows other applications to bind to it and interact with it. To provide binding for a service, you must implement the onBind() callback method. This method returns an IBinder object that defines the programming interface that clients can use to interact with the service........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
Although you usually implement either onBind() or onStartCommand(), it's sometimes necessary to implement both. For example, a music player might find it useful to allow its service to run indefinitely and also provide binding. This way, an activity can start the service to play some music and the music continues to play even if the user leaves the application. Then, when the user returns to the application, the activity can bind to the service to regain control of playback........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
You can connect multiple clients to a service simultaneously. However, the system caches the IBinder service communication channel. In other words, the system calls the service's onBind() method to generate the IBinder only when the first client binds. The system then delivers that same IBinder to all additional clients that bind to that same service, without calling onBind() again........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
The most important part of your bound service implementation is defining the interface that your onBind() callback method returns. The following section discusses several different ways that you can define your service's IBinder interface........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
If your service is private to your own application and runs in the same process as the client (which is common), you should create your interface by extending the Binder class and returning an instance of it from onBind(). The client receives the Binder and can use it to directly access public methods available in either the Binder implementation or the Service........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
Return this instance of Binder from the onBind() callback method........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
public IBinder onBind(Intent intent) {.......
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
The Messenger creates an IBinder that the service returns to clients from onBind()........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
public IBinder onBind(Intent intent) {.......
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
Application components (clients) can bind to a service by calling bindService(). The Android system then calls the service's onBind() method, which returns an IBinder for interacting with the service........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
The system calls this to deliver the IBinder returned by the service's onBind() method........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Bound Services | Android Developers
Additionally, if your service is started and accepts binding, then when the system calls your onUnbind() method, you can optionally return true if you would like to receive a call to onRebind() the next time a client binds to the service. onRebind() returns void, but the client still receives the IBinder in its onServiceConnected() callback. The following figure illustrates the logic for this kind of lifecycle........
http://developer.android.com/guide/components/bound-services.html
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The bind() method creates a new function that, when called, has its this keyword set to the provided value, with a given sequence of arguments preceding any provided when the new function is called........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
fun.bind(thisArg[, arg1[, arg2[, ...]]]).......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The bind() function creates a new bound function (BF). A BF is an exotic function object (a term from ECMAScript 2015) that wraps the original function object. Calling a BF generallyresults in the execution of its wrapped function........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var boundGetX = retrieveX.bind(module);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
The next simplest use of bind() is to make a function with pre-specified initial arguments. These arguments (if any) follow the provided this value and are then inserted at the start of the arguments passed to the target function, followed by the arguments passed to the bound function, whenever the bound function is called........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var leadingThirtysevenList = list.bind(null, 37);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
window.setTimeout(this.declare.bind(this), 1000);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Warning: This section demonstrates JavaScript capabilities and documents some edge cases of the bind() method. The methods shown below are not the best way to do things and probably should not be used in any production environment........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var YAxisPoint = Point.bind(null, 0/*x*/);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var YAxisPoint = Point.bind(emptyObj, 0/*x*/);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
bind() is also helpful in cases where you want to create a shortcut to a function which requires a specific this value........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
With bind(), this can be simplified. In the following piece of code, slice is a bound function to the apply() function of Function.prototype, with the this value set to the slice() function of Array.prototype. This means that additional apply() calls can be eliminated:.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
var slice = Function.prototype.apply.bind(unboundSlice);.......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
You can partially work around this by inserting the following code at the beginning of your scripts, allowing use of much of the functionality of bind() in implementations that do not natively support it........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
If you choose to use this partial implementation, you must not rely on those cases where behavior deviates from ECMA-262, 5th edition! With some care, however (and perhaps with additional modification to suit specific needs), this partial implementation may be a reasonable bridge to the time when bind() is widely implemented according to the specification........
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Function.prototype.bind() - JavaScript | MDN
Function.prototype.bind().......
http://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind
TITLE : Building a Charts Dashboard  |  Apps Script  |  Google Developers
bind([ageFilter, genderFilter], [pieChart, tableChart]).......
http://developers.google.com/apps-script/articles/charts_dashboard
TITLE : Workspace Rules - Bazel
bind(name, actual, compatible_with, deprecation, distribs, features, licenses, restricted_to, tags, testonly, visibility).......
http://docs.bazel.build/versions/master/be/workspace.html
TITLE : Workspace Rules - Bazel
bind(.......
http://docs.bazel.build/versions/master/be/workspace.html
TITLE : bind Method (Function) (JavaScript) | Microsoft Docs
function.bind(thisArg[,arg1[,arg2[,argN]]]).......
http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/scripting/javascript/reference/bind-method-function-javascript
TITLE : bind Method (Function) (JavaScript) | Microsoft Docs
var boundCheckNumericRange = checkNumericRange.bind(range);.......
http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/scripting/javascript/reference/bind-method-function-javascript
TITLE : bind Method (Function) (JavaScript) | Microsoft Docs
var boundObjectWithRange = originalObject.checkNumericRange.bind(range);.......
http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/scripting/javascript/reference/bind-method-function-javascript
TITLE : bind Method (Function) (JavaScript) | Microsoft Docs
var displayArgs2 = displayArgs.bind(emptyObject, 12, "a");.......
http://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/scripting/javascript/reference/bind-method-function-javascript
TITLE : Data Binding
targetTextField.bind(textFieldBindingOptions, source);.......
http://docs.nativescript.org/core-concepts/data-binding
TITLE : Data Binding
targetLabel.bind(labelBindingOptions, source);.......
http://docs.nativescript.org/core-concepts/data-binding
TITLE : Data Binding
targetTextField.bind(textFieldBindingOptions, source);.......
http://docs.nativescript.org/core-concepts/data-binding
TITLE : Data Binding
targetLabel.bind(labelBindingOptions, source);.......
http://docs.nativescript.org/core-concepts/data-binding
TITLE : Data Binding
targetTextField.unbind("text");.......
http://docs.nativescript.org/core-concepts/data-binding
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
Context.bind() is used to add a binding to a context. It accepts as arguments the name of the object and the object to be bound........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
ctx.bind("favorite", fruit);.......
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
If you were to run this example twice, then the second attempt would fail with a NameAlreadyBoundException. This is because the name "favorite" is already bound. For the second attempt to succeed, you would have to use rebind()........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
rebind() is used to add or replace a binding. It accepts the same arguments as bind(), but the semantics are such that if the name is already bound, then it will be unbound and the newly given object will be bound........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
ctx.rebind("favorite", fruit);.......
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
When you run this example, it will replace the binding created by the bind() example........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
To remove a binding, you use unbind()........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
ctx.unbind("favorite");.......
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : Adding, Replacing, and Removing a Binding
This example, when run, removes the binding that was created by the bind() or rebind() example........
http://docs.oracle.com/javase/jndi/tutorial/basics/naming/bind.html
TITLE : bind of ui.template, Methods Webix Docs
void bind(object target, [function rule,string format] );.......
http://docs.webix.com/api__link__ui.template_bind.html
TITLE : bind of ui.template, Methods Webix Docs
$$('form1').bind($$('list1'));.......
http://docs.webix.com/api__link__ui.template_bind.html
TITLE : bind of ui.template, Methods Webix Docs
gridb.bind(grida, function(slave, master){.......
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TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind(wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, &MyFrame::OnExit, this, wxID_EXIT);.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
m_child->Bind(wxEVT_LEAVE_WINDOW, &MyFrame::OnMouseLeave, this);.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
* Really last point is the consequence of the previous one: because of increased flexibility of Bind(), it is also safer as it is impossible to accidentally use a method of another class. Instead of run-time crashes you will get compilation errors in this case when using Bind()........
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Let us now look at more examples of how to use different event handlers using the two overloads of Bind() function: first one for the object methods and the other one for arbitrary functors (callable objects, including simple functions):.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind( wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, &MyFrameHandler::OnFrameExit,.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind( wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, &HandleExit, wxID_EXIT );.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind( wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, myFunctor, wxID_EXIT );.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind(wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED,.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
function< void ( wxCommandEvent & ) > exitHandler( bind( &MyHandler::OnExit, &myHandler, _1 ));.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind( wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, exitHandler, wxID_EXIT );.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
bind( &MyHandler::OnExit, &myHandler, EXIT_FAILURE, _1, "Bye" ));.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind( wxEVT_COMMAND_MENU_SELECTED, exitHandler, wxID_EXIT );.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind(MY_EVENT, &MyFrame::OnMyEvent, this, ID_MY_WINDOW);.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
Bind(MY_PLOT_CLICKED, &MyFrame::OnPlot, this, ID_MY_WINDOW);.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : wxWidgets: Events and Event Handling
TODO: Probably deprecated, Bind() provides a better way to do this.......
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/3.1/overview_events.html
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
/*unspecified*/ bind( F&& f, Args&&... args );.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
auto f1 = std::bind(f, _2, _1, 42, std::cref(n), n);.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
auto f2 = std::bind(f, _3, std::bind(g, _3), _3, 4, 5);.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
std::function rnd = std::bind(d, e); // a copy of e is stored in rnd.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
auto f3 = std::bind(&Foo::print_sum, &foo, 95, _1);.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : std::bind - cppreference.com
auto f4 = std::bind(&Foo::data, _1);.......
http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/functional/bind
TITLE : cfg4j-sample-apps/files-bind at master cfg4j/cfg4j-sample-apps GitHub
ReksioConfig reksioConfig = configurationProvider.bind("reksio", ReksioConfig.class);.......
http://github.com/cfg4j/cfg4j-sample-apps/tree/master/files-bind
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
Great article! itfs really clear and comprehensive with a few examples youfve given. Ifve been searching for this kind of article to nail down the bind() method and additionally got 2 other methods;) Cool, thank you Richard!.......
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
Great blog. Ifm very new to all of this, so apologies in advance if Ifm just being dense, but I had some questions regarding your example of gborrowingh methods using the .bind() function, i.e.:.......
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
user.showData.bind(cars)();.......
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
// must add () to the end, because bind() doesnft auto-invoke, unlike apply()........
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
In which case, is there even a problem using bind()() to borrow? Granted it canft take additional arguments like apply/call, so is more limited........
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
do_something(1, 2, console.log.bind(console)); // bound callback passed.......
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
TITLE : JavaScript’s Apply, Call, and Bind Methods are Essential for JavaScript Professionals | JavaScript is Sexy
var showUser = userController.clickHandler.bind(userController);.......
http://javascriptissexy.com/javascript-apply-call-and-bind-methods-are-essential-for-javascript-professionals/
search Google

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