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Dojo Parseonload:false Then not loading Dojo modules


Dojo Parseonload:false Then not loading Dojo modules

By : user3851019
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM
this one helps. In short, if you have set parseOnLoad as false, you need to parse the html fragment by yourself. And for your tab pages, if you clicked a tab, you may need to parse the tab page manually.
For example:
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Lazy loading dojo modules: does dojo check its cache?

Lazy loading dojo modules: does dojo check its cache?


By : Krishna Kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Yes, the same mechanism is used to make sure a module is not loaded, during page load and after page load, when responding to dynamic events, as long as it is a normal dojo.require("my.module.name") call.
Questions about Dojo modules from Dojo newb?

Questions about Dojo modules from Dojo newb?


By : Jeremy Husby
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I'm new to Dojo so I don't quite understand all of Dojo's features. Here are some questions, but I'm sure some of them seem really stupid since I don't quite get how Dojo is structured yet: ,
How do you create multiple modules within a single js file?
code :
//foo.js
define([], function(){

    var M = {}; //the exported stuff will go here

    var myVariable = 16; //private function variables are private (like they are everywhere else)
                         //and cannot be seen from the outside

    M.anumber = myvariable + 1; //things on the returned object can be seen from the outside

    return M; //people who  require this module will get this return value
 });

//bar.js
define(['foo'], function(foo){
    console.log( foo.anumber );
});
Dojo parseOnLoad doesn't work

Dojo parseOnLoad doesn't work


By : PRINCY GOEL
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The fact that a module is contained in a built layer does not mean it needs not to be required. Indeed, while a layer contents the code of the modules it includes, the modules themselves will be fully resolved (ie their factory function called) when they will be explicitly required. That's why the deps option solves your issue: it just a shortcuts to a require call.
So, to summarize: load your layer AND require the modules (as you would do for the non-built version)
How to use built/compressed Dojo to resolve Dojo modules ref'ed from tests?

How to use built/compressed Dojo to resolve Dojo modules ref'ed from tests?


By : user3309397
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . One of the benefits of AMD is that you don't have to do anything special to your code when switching between a built and unbuilt Dojo. The first time you load a dependency using an unbuilt Dojo, the loader requests it over the network and then caches the result. Subsequent loads use the cached dependency. The loading process works the same with a built Dojo; the main difference is that all the modules built into the built Dojo are pre-cached. The loader doesn't have to request them over the network the first time because they start out in the module cache.
For Intern to use a built Dojo, you just need to make sure you're using the built Dojo as your loader during tests. You can do this by setting the useLoader option in your Intern config.
Should most Dojo modules require dojo/domReady?

Should most Dojo modules require dojo/domReady?


By : francois92110
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue dojo/domReady! is a plugin to delay loading a module until DOM is loaded. domReady! plugin binds itself to browser's dom-ready event, which gets fired as soon as DOM is ready. However, this does not mean that all of your widgets have been parsed... You can add dojo/ready in your module's dependencies and enclose your module code inside ready(function(){ // your code }); within your module, if you need to run your code after all widgets have been parsed.
Re: your question about whether you need to use dojo/domReady! once for all widgets: you would typically use ready() once at the root of your bootstrapping module, and all other dependencies are loaded and parsed thereafter. For test code, you would probably use ready() to ensure all of the widgets are parsed.
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