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evaluate method can accept arguments #86

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TechQuery commented Nov 12, 2017

  • Add .evaluate(func, paramArray) to resolve #33
  • API documents generated by JSdoc & DocDash
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TechQuery commented Nov 22, 2017

@dotneet Is there any problem about this PR ?

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dotneet commented Nov 24, 2017

@TechQuery Sorry for my late response.
This PR is great improvement!
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@dotneet dotneet merged commit 0ea402d into OnetapInc:master Nov 24, 2017

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dotneet commented Nov 24, 2017

v0.5.7 including this patch has been published now.
thanks.

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TechQuery commented Feb 28, 2018

@dotneet You can host /docs folder by GitHub Pages to show JS API document online.

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dotneet commented Mar 1, 2018

@TechQuery Thanks! I've uploaded on GitHub Pages and wrote its link to readme.
https://onetapinc.github.io/chromy/

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TechQuery commented Mar 5, 2018

@dotneet To complete all the JSDoc comment in source code can make ReadMe.md simpler, the Home page (API document) clearer and the Source code more semantic.

And I found a little bug:

I wrote zero console.log() in this PR, but when I passed arguments to the function to be evaluated, the code generated from Babel print the source code of this function by a console.log() statement...

Temporarily, I make console.log = function () { }; and use console.info() instead in production environment...

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