Filter array of objects based on another array in javascript

Given an array of objects : people = [ {id: “1”, name: “abc”, gender: “m”, age:”15″ }, {id: “2”, name: “a”, gender: “m”, age:”25″ }, {id: “3”, name: “efg”, gender: “f”, age:”5″ }, {id: “4”, name: “hjk”, gender: “m”, age:”35″ }, {id: “5”, name: “ikly”, gender: “m”, age:”41″ }, {id: “6”, name: “ert”, gender: “f”, … Read more

How to define Typescript Map of key value pair. where key is a number and value is an array of objects

In my angular2 app i want to create a map which takes a number as key and returns an array of objects. I am currently implementing in following way but no luck. How should i implement it or should i use some other data structure for this purpose? I want to use map because maybe … Read more

jQuery appending an array of elements

For the purpose of this question lets say we need to append() 1000 objects to the body element. You could go about it like this: for(x = 0; x < 1000; x++) { var element = $(‘<div>’+x+'</div>’); $(‘body’).append(element); } This works, however it seems inefficient to me as AFAIK this will cause 1000 document reflows. … Read more

Why are Arrays invariant, but Lists covariant?

E.g. why does val list:List[Any] = List[Int](1,2,3) work, but val arr:Array[Any] = Array[Int](1,2,3) fails (because arrays are invariant). What is the desired effect behind this design decision? Answer Because it would break type-safety otherwise. If not, you would be able to do something like this: val arr:Array[Int] = Array[Int](1,2,3) val arr2:Array[Any] = arr arr2(0) = … Read more