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JS: Clicking on a object from array

By : Robb Stark
Date : October 15 2020, 08:10 PM
hope this fix your issue Change your hyperlink HTML as below:
code :
function logMeal(id) {
    console.log(meals.find(item => item.id === id));

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Get the location of a class element in the class array from hovering or clicking the object

By : thangs2.net
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I am currently making a project where I have different characters and as you hover over each of them information is displayed about them. While I may be able to get passed this problem with IDs, I was wondering if there was any way to obtain the location of an object in a class using given information (like using indexOf). , You can do something like this:
code :
$(() => {
  const people = $('.people div').toArray();
  const peopleInfo = $('.peopleInfo div').toArray();

  $('.people').on('mouseenter', 'div', ({target}) => {
    const info = peopleInfo[people.indexOf(target)];
    console.log(target.textContent, info.textContent);
.peopleInfo {
  display: none;
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<div class="people">
<div class="peopleInfo">
  <div>Likes pizza</div>
  <div>Is a very good chef</div>
  <div>Has a family to look after</div>

Angular 2: Push into array upon clicking an object

By : Sujan Shah
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do When I click a row of object, I want it to be pushed into the selectedProducts array. , I suggest to try this :
code :
<div class="list-content fluid">
    <div class="products-cards" *ngFor="let product of dataSource['docs']"  (click)="select(product)">
        <app-product-card [product]="product"></app-product-card>

How to change 2D sprite object by clicking? and it will change back when clicking another object, like focus effect in w

By : user2086470
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I wish to find out how to change a object (sprite) by clicking (then it will change to another sprite object). , How to Change Sprite
code :
private void changeSprite(Sprite newSprite){
  this.GetComponent<SpriteRenderer>().sprite = newSprite;  
//if the object is an image you should use this instead
private void changeSprite(Sprite newSprite){
  this.GetComponent<Image>().overrideSprite = newSprite;  
private void OnMouseDown()
//If it's a UI Element
public Button btn;
private void Start()
//Your Object Class
public Sprite initialSprite;
public Sprite changeSprite;
public bool isChanged = false;
public GameObject  otherObject;

private void OnMouseDown()
  isChanged = !isChanged;
    otherObject.isChanged = !otherObject.isChanged; 

JS: Clicking on a object from array --> show more info

By : Pinkesh Kadakia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine You can find the index of the clicked article and get the item from the array with that index.
You can try the following way:
code :
"use strict";

document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', loadMeals);

const meals = [
        id: 1,
        title: 'Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing',
        img: 'Strawberry-Salad-with-Poppy-Seed-Dressing.jpg',
        book: 1,
        calories: 298,
        servings: 3,
        type: 'lunch',
        price: 15,
        cook: 'Jenny Jefferson',
        quantity: 10,
        id: 2,
        title: 'Cashew Turkey Salad Sandwiches',
        img: 'turkey-sandwich.jpg',
        book: 2,
        calories: 198,
        servings: 2,
        type: 'lunch',
        price: 9,
        cook: 'Jenny Jefferson',
        quantity: 10

function loadMeals() {
    let i = 0;
    let id = 1;
    let fillMealList = document.querySelector("#fillMealList");
    for (let i = 0; i < meals.length; i++) {
        let item = meals.find(item => item.id === id);
        fillMealList.innerHTML +=
            "<article class='objectP'>"+
            "<h3>" + item.title + "</h3>"+
            "<img src='images/" + item.img + "'" +">" +
            "Meal by: " +"<span>" + item.cook + "</span>" +
            "</figcaption>" +
            "<div class='info'>"+
            "<p>€ <span>" + item.price + "</span>" + "/pp" + "</p>" +
            "<a href='#' class='addToCart'>Order</a>"+

document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function(){
    el.addEventListener('click', function(){
      var nodes = Array.prototype.slice.call( document.getElementById('fillMealList').children );
      var idx = nodes.indexOf(this);
      console.clear(); // clears the console
<div id="mealList">
  <div class="flexcontainer" id="fillMealList"></div>

How to render a specific object within an array, when clicking on a component, in React?

By : Sanzid Arham
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I made your intention working here: https://codesandbox.io/s/l2lqm76z0q
As Chris pointed out, the way to go is using react state. Therefore, I introduced a state with the default selected item 4 and created a handleClick function that should fire once you click on one item in your sidebar. Both of them got created in App.js:
code :
  state = {
    selected: 4

  handleClick = id => {
    this.setState({ selected: id });

<Sidebar onClick={this.handleClick} />
<Content selected={this.state.selected} />
  name="Cloud Strife"
  onClick={() => this.props.onClick(1)}
<section className="card-overview" onClick={this.props.onClick}>
// Grab the 'characters' object from App.js, and assign it to 'this.props'
const { characters, selected } = this.props;

// Filter the chracters and return only whose 'id' belongs to that of the selected one
const filteredCharacters = characters
  .filter(character => character.id === selected)
  .map(character => (
     <div className="characters" key={character.id}>
       <p>Name: {character.Name}</p>
       <p>Job: {character.Job}</p>
       <p>Age: {character.Age}</p>
       <p>Weapon: {character.Weapon}</p>
       <p>Height: {character.Height}</p>
       <p>Birthdate: {character.Birthdate}</p>
       <p>Birthplace: {character.Birthplace}</p>
       <p>Bloodtype: {character.Bloodtype}</p>
       <p>Description: {character.Description}</p>
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