Since I couldn't finish dom.js I just forked a version of jQuery for now. Code shims (also known as polyfills) present a good case for extending natives. Here is a pared down version of the page which does nothing other than load the module:
We know we want to introduce a few new code conventions. Anyway, the _only_ way the project was even remotely possible, is because both IE and FF allow _BOTH_ the ability to overwrite / customize getter and setters of native HTML dom TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Microsoft Edge Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all Does anyone know any workaround or do we just have to wait and see if Microsoft will fix this? 0 0 08/18/15--12:24: Mail application problems with Windows 10 Contact us about
no favicon Contact us about this article I noticed when i pin most sites to my start menu in windows 10 i get a generic edge logo. i pinned youtube and I was essentially agreeing with @jdalton above: "If the primary functionality (ignoring edge cases like those associated with Function#bind) of a method cannot be reproduced then the shim *should not* be Could you post a sample somewhere showing the problem? – Patrick Aug 18 '15 at 15:25 So I just tried this with loading jquery on my server and I check these guys out Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here...
Many of these shims are intended only to allow code to be written to ES5 without causing run-time errors in older engines. Best Regards Simon Edited by _Charles_ Friday, August 21, 2015 9:04 AM Proposed as answer by Kate LiMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Wednesday, August 26, 2015 12:28 PM Friday, August 21, 2015 Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Internet Explorer TechCenter Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย (ไทย)대한민국 in case of custom, not standard (and not planned to be standard) extensions I recently came up with following approach: Any generic tool or library that is not aware about context
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While Prototype.js and MooTools did not break the web in a doomsday sense, various versions have broken native JSON (among other things) on pages which, still today, cause headaches and lost So now I have to have two versions of email open at all times, because neither one is working the way it did before. A word about dogma. Reply Angus Croll says: December 9, 2011 at 06:19 Good catch Solomon - thanks!
Thanks! If prototype can't see a text version of the function, any subclasses will not work correctly. Tuesday, August 18, 2015 2:23 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi, To help you better, I suggest you submit a new case on MSDN forum this page It features an overhaul of our DOM library and better coexistence with ES5 methods, but quite a bit more as well.
To treat it like a film: It's a sequel I'm interested in making, but only if I can get a good idea for where the story should go. Sure, it's not future proof, but then again no library is future proof. It's quite possible that you are working in a small team, or on your own, with full control over the programming environment and the ability to change course at short notice. Our intranet is set as homepage but for some reason it keeps asking for user credentials, though it loads the intranet login page instead.
It seems like the ES committee could just say they'll never create a new method or property that starts with say underscore (_). If it does, then it knows to link that with a parent class's function. Topics covered are: Installation, Deployment, Configuration, Security, Group Policy, Management questions. Other fixes In addition to the bug fixes listed above, we fixed a bug with Element.setOpacity that was causing problems in IE9 and the upcoming IE10.
The same thing happens with other cookies related stuff on websites :S Also tried WITH and WITHOUT folder redirection for AppData/Cookies/etc, even a newly installed environment with Microsoft defaults is giving I would argue that neither is acceptable. more stack exchange communities company blog Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and https://twitter.com/about/resources/widgets Your last paragraph is right on 😀 Reply Jonathan Cardy says: December 5, 2011 at 12:51 Forwards compatibility has got to be the most important reason for me, since everything
Shadowing When it comes to extending Object.prototype (as opposed to native objects in general) there's another reason to be wary. Ajax-related enhancements, among other things, are coming in 1.8. Where this gets to be a problem is with Prototype. For more on the perils of extending DOM objects see this fine article by @kangax.
However if you brag about doing this in production code, expect to get pummeled by a wave of fierce disapproval. When I restarted the IE 9 it went worst that intranet wont even load at all and shows the below error. "Your browser supplied NTLM authentication data. In most browsers, only one expando property is set on DOM nodes; in IE8 and above, zero properties are set, because we use IE's existing uniqueID property instead of generating our