window-load

Why window.load isn't working when the request comes from outside the page, but otherwise it does?

一曲冷凌霜 提交于 2019-12-12 03:11:52
问题 SCENARIO The web app workflow is the following: Someone clicks on a a href element into a page. http://example.org/ The link is followed and then another page within the site is reached. http://example.org/page-2/ The link URL also contains a hash var. (This hash var is what I intended to use in order to achieve the next point) There is a content grid that must show the wanted part, this object was built with an out of the box CMS, so I preferably don't want to modify it. This also, only

Converting stateful React component to stateless functional component: How to implement “componentDidMount” kind of functionality?

让人想犯罪 __ 提交于 2019-12-10 04:37:03
问题 I have written a small stateful React component. When this component loads, in componentDidMount method I am making use of Kendo UI to show the content of the component in a popup window. Here's my code: export class ErrorDialog extends React.Component { constructor(props, context) { super(props, context); this.errorPopupWindow = null; window.addEventListener('resize', this.resizeComponent); this.handleWindowKeyDown = this.handleWindowKeyDown.bind(this); this.handleButtonCloseWindowOnClick =

Window_Load event in MVVM

爱⌒轻易说出口 提交于 2019-12-06 00:56:03
问题 I need to write some functions to be executed during the window_load() in WPF-MVVM. Every button will have their own command to be executed. Whereas is there any command available for window_load() event in MVVM Model ? 回答1: You will have to use interactions to do that i.e to invoke command on event. <Window xmlns:intr="clr-namespace:System.Windows.Interactivity;assembly=System.Windows.Interactivity" > <intr:Interaction.Triggers> <intr:EventTrigger EventName="Loaded"> <intr

Converting stateful React component to stateless functional component: How to implement “componentDidMount” kind of functionality?

时光总嘲笑我的痴心妄想 提交于 2019-12-05 07:54:37
I have written a small stateful React component. When this component loads, in componentDidMount method I am making use of Kendo UI to show the content of the component in a popup window. Here's my code: export class ErrorDialog extends React.Component { constructor(props, context) { super(props, context); this.errorPopupWindow = null; window.addEventListener('resize', this.resizeComponent); this.handleWindowKeyDown = this.handleWindowKeyDown.bind(this); this.handleButtonCloseWindowOnClick = this.handleButtonCloseWindowOnClick.bind(this); this.handleButtonShowDetailsOnClick = this

Window_Load event in MVVM

南笙酒味 提交于 2019-12-04 07:21:27
I need to write some functions to be executed during the window_load() in WPF-MVVM. Every button will have their own command to be executed. Whereas is there any command available for window_load() event in MVVM Model ? Nitin You will have to use interactions to do that i.e to invoke command on event. <Window xmlns:intr="clr-namespace:System.Windows.Interactivity;assembly=System.Windows.Interactivity" > <intr:Interaction.Triggers> <intr:EventTrigger EventName="Loaded"> <intr:InvokeCommandAction Command="{Binding WindowLoaded}"/> </intr:EventTrigger> </intr:Interaction.Triggers> <!-- the rest

What's the difference between `$(window).load(function(){})` and `$(function(){})`

依然范特西╮ 提交于 2019-11-30 14:28:50
I was using $(window).load(function(){}); for my projects until somewhere I saw that somebody said we could just use $(function(){}); and they would perform identically. But now that I have more experience I have noticed that they are not identical. I noticed that the first piece kicks in a little bit after the second piece of code. I just want to know what's the difference? $(document).ready(function(){}) will wait till the document is loaded(DOM tree is loaded) and not till the entire window is loaded. for example It will not wait for the images,css or javascript to be fully loaded . Once

What's the difference between `$(window).load(function(){})` and `$(function(){})`

…衆ロ難τιáo~ 提交于 2019-11-29 20:50:36
问题 I was using $(window).load(function(){}); for my projects until somewhere I saw that somebody said we could just use $(function(){}); and they would perform identically. But now that I have more experience I have noticed that they are not identical. I noticed that the first piece kicks in a little bit after the second piece of code. I just want to know what's the difference? 回答1: $(document).ready(function(){}) will wait till the document is loaded(DOM tree is loaded) and not till the entire

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