jQuery proxy: Main Tips
- The jQuery
.proxy()method takes an existing function and returns a new one with a specific context.
- Since jQuery 1.6,
.proxy()accepts unlimited number of additional arguments. They will be passed to the function whose context is set to change.
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Using the .proxy() Method
There are two methods for changing the value of
this: .call() and .apply().
.proxy() serves the same purpose: it changes the value of
this for a specific function and returns that new function.
The example below sets the context of the
info function inside
Syntax for jQuery .proxy()
The syntax of jQuery
.proxy() is as follows:
Let's review the arguments jQuery
nameis the name of the function whose context will be changed.
contextrepresents the object to which the context of the selected function will be changed.
- You can also add
extraArgumentsat the end.
Note: changing the order of parameters makes no difference – the .proxy() jQuery method would still work.
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