I was working on a small “speech bubble” library, and needed to delay hiding of the bubble. It’s not that it was required, but it was a pain in the butt figuring out how to arrange the event handlers on the different elements so that you don’t end up with a situation where you get a flickering bubble because you hide the bubble, and that fires a mouseover event that, in turn, displays the bubble again. That fires a mouseout event that causes the bubble to be hidden.
An example of partial application in PHP, using closures to implement functional-style programming. This technique helps to collapse loops into functions, and shorten code.
This article is based on an older article that has been cleaned up and improved.
It’s been a few weeks since the last post in this series. I’ve spent some time making an interface in React. It’s simple, but also a decent demo. Here’s the demo.
I was getting lost one some web page and read about PHP code obfuscators. There are a couple out there that are pretty expensive… so instead of taking care of immediate responsibilities, I wrote one.
Here’s the URL: http://riceball.com/misc/php-obfuscator/