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An example test visually demonstrating the difference between Underscore.js's throttle() and debounce(), the latter with the "immediate" parameter set true.
A Base fiddle for use in the issue section of github
When you only need to operate on one element, .some() will break out of the loop once there is a `return true`.
Starting point for creating JSFiddles with React. This uses React with Addons.
Awesome browsers only.
Using jQuery, Bootstrap and Font Awesome.
Jquery on triggers only one event for the element specified
A nice way to throw errors.
Only works in firefox so far ...