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Deferreds in loops and recursive functions (Dojo)

When working with deferreds it sometimes is not that easy and intuitive as I thought. If you don’t know perfectly well how the deferreds work, then a little mistake can destroy all the fun you can have with deferreds … and bring you headaches.

Most of the times you probably will use deferreds that are easy to handle, like in the following example:

So in this case you simply create a new deferred object and return its promise to the caller. When the remote call or whatever delays your execution, is finished, the deferred gets resolved and the caller can continue.

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Add DoubleClick behaviour to ng-grid

If you want to react when double-clicking on a row of a ng-grid in AngularJS, then you can do the following:

  1. Add the following Javascript-File to some dir accessible from your app and don’t forget to load it during startup.

  2. Define a function to handle the double-click and update the grid-options as shown here:

And now have fun :)



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