Message from JavaScript discussions

July 2017

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So I was more meaning to demonstrate that by using a regex that way, it technically is a graph theory problem to begin with

— Is this OK docs? I feel like it's a lot

— Let's hope you generated that somehow

— I did not haha

— It would be crap to have to maintain that over and over

— I would love to express that sequence some other way that's easier to edit

— I need opinions on this syntax... specifically the format one:
HTML Page:

<template id ="myTemplate">
<div data-content-text="myTag" data-content-text-format="myFormater">
</div>
</template>
<div id="myContainer></div>

JS:
var loader = new cdaTemplate();
loader.addFormatter("myformatter", value => value.toUpperCase());
loader.loadTemplate("#myTemplate", "#myContainer", {
data: {
myTag: "Hello World"
}
});

Result:
<div id="myContainer">
<div>
HELLO WORLD
</div>
</div>

Message permanent page

— It's not a lot, but it looks messy

— Check the comments on JSLint

— I wound up scrapping the sequence diagram

— 5 paragraphs of text > that diagram