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May 2019

— Okk

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$(document).ready(function(){
console.log('kjnwkj');
$("#users tbody tr.row").click(function(){
alert("yes");
});
});

— For the rows you want to be clicked

— Oops i don't use jquey now.😅

— It perfectly works

— Thank youuuu

— 😊

— 😃

— Yeah.

— Hey, i extended my component by a baseclass, and by that overwrite some methods in which i console.log some stuff. In the browser it shows the log source is the baseclass instead of my new class... i bundle with webpack, if someone knows a elegant way to this, i would appreciate it a lot

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— Wait, i think thats not rthe case

— Stop the train