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Another type of JavaScript chunk that can be downloaded are object states. By using an object state, you can add a level of indirection, allowing functionality to be added during the execution of the HTML page. In all of the past example HTML code pieces, the initial HTML page had to have all the scripts and know the URLs of the resources that were retrieved. Using an indirection, the JavaScript on the client side does not need to know the specifics of a URL or data structure. The client references a general piece of code that is executed. The general piece of code is managed by the server, and contains specific instructions to do something that the client was not programmed to do. Using indirection, it is possible to add functionality to the client that the client did not possess at design time.
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Consider the following example HTML page: <html> <head> <title>JavaScript Chunk HTML</title> <script language="JavaScript" src="/lib/factory.js"></script> <script language="JavaScript" src="/lib/asynchronous.js"></script> <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript"> var asynchronous = new Asynchronous(); asynchronous.complete = function(status, statusText, responseText, responseXML) { eval(responseText); dynamicFiller.makeCall(document.getElementById("insertplace")); } </script> </head> <body> <button onclick="asynchronous.call('/chap03/chunkjs04.js')">Start Process</button> <table> <tr><td id="insertplace">Nothing</td></tr> </table> </body> </html>
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As in previous examples, a variable of type Asynchronous is instantiated. The button is wired to make an asynchronous method call with the URL /chap03/chunkjs04.js. When the request receives the JavaScript chunk, it is executed via the eval statement. After the eval statement has returned, the method dynamicFiller.MakeCall is made. The call to the method dynamicFiller. MakeCall is a general piece of code. In the implementation of the dynamicFiller.MakeCall method is the specific code managed by the server. Referencing the dynamicFiller.MakeCall method is done using an incomplete variable; that is, the initial script includes no definition of the variable dynamicFilter. Of course, a loaded and processed script cannot reference an incomplete variable because that would generate an exception. But what a script can do is load the implementation just before an incomplete variable is used. That is what the example HTML page has illustrated. For those wondering, there is no definition of dynamicFilter in the files factory.js or asynchronous.js. Incomplete variables, types, and functions are possible in JavaScript, allowing a script to be loaded and processed without generating an exception. The following source code implements the incomplete dynamicFiller variable: var dynamicFiller = { generatedAsync : new Asynchronous(), reference : null, complete : function(status, statusText, responseText, responseXML) { dynamicFiller.reference.innerHTML = responseText; }, makeCall : function(destination) { dynamicFiller.reference = destination; dynamicFiller.generatedAsync.complete = dynamicFiller.complete; dynamicFiller.generatedAsync.call('/chap03/chunkjs05.html'); } }
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The example JavaScript source code is formatted using object initializers. An object initializer is the persisted form of a JavaScript object. You should not equate an object initializer with a JavaScript class definition; they are two entirely separate things. When an object initializer is processed, an object instance is created, and the identifier of the object instance is the variable declaration. In the example, the variable dynamicFiller is the resulting object instance. The variable dynamicFiller has two properties (generatedAsync and reference) and two methods (complete and makeCall). The property generatedAsync is an instantiated Asynchronous type and is used to make an asynchronous call to the server. The property reference is the HTML element that will be manipulated by the method complete. The method makeCall is used to make an XMLHttpRequest, and the parameter destination is assigned to the property reference. Putting all the pieces together, the HTML framework code contains general code that references an incomplete variable. To make a variable complete, the JavaScript content is downloaded and executed. The complete variable contains code to download content that is injected into the framework page. Figure 3-13 illustrates the execution sequence of events.
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