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jwmcpeak says

Arrays are designed for enumeration; they’ll always be faster than objects when it comes to that. But you also have to factor in ease-of-use. Yes, you can use a two element array to contain a key/value pair, but that stinks for an API .

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jwmcpeak says

Ben ?ngilizce konu?an bir arkada??n?z size yard?mc? öneririz. ?ngilizce Envato pazarda kullan?lan ana dildir, ve size mü?terileri ile ileti?im kurmak gerekir. Bu mesaj? sayesinde anlayabilirsiniz gibi Google Translate, korkunç.

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jwmcpeak says

Hello.

When you sell something that you didn´t made yourself do you say to the buyer : Please buy this item, i dont know if it works but if you have a problem you’ll have to talk to the person who made it ?

The bottom line is there’s no warranty of any kind on this market. I don´t want to waste my time buying items that i have to returm to the store because they’re broken.Time is money.

I want to buy with warranty. Not buying a plugin that is already broken and that continues to sell and no one knows nothing about it…just when the items dissapear from the market whihtout explanation,the bells start to ring….and we…the buyers…have to start wasting our time with the process of discovering what is happening….Now i understand why App Store charged me 90 euros to enter the developper program….and now is the time to search for other markets.

I’m not going to comment on whether or not the item works. It obviously worked for the reviewer; otherwise, it wouldn’t have been accepted.

You do have a warranty: you contact support, just as you would with any other marketplace. Any store or marketplace has a set of policies in place that allow you to get a refund for an item that doesn’t work. That policy might or might not specify an age limit, but the policy exists.

Countless people have suggested that you contact support. That is your correct course of action, both here and for any other retailer that facilitates the sale of other people’s goods.

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jwmcpeak says

The Envato marketplaces are exactly like any other marketplace; they facilitate the means for sellers to sell their goods and for buyers to buy them.

Do you walk into a physical store, purchase an item, leave the store, and expect that store to give you call when the item you purchased is no longer available? Do you expect the store to call you to tell you the manufacturer of the item you purchased is no longer in business? What about Amazon? Do you expect Amazon to do the same thing?

If your answers to the above questions are “no” (and I assume they are), why do you expect different behavior from Envato? There is nothing different, in this respect, between Envato and other retailers—both physical and virtual.

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jwmcpeak says

I think mafiatic is taking issue with the name of the item—not its functionality. So while you have a point with #3 (similar products on the market), the names of said products are noticeably different than their competition. In this case, the names are extremely similar.

Mafiatic, contact support regarding the naming issue.

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jwmcpeak says

You could use the native DOM API and get the best perf. http://jsperf.com/jquery-children-vs-jquery-data/2

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jwmcpeak says

This is theoretical, but the theory is based on a few things:

  • The DOM will be read regardless of taking #1 or #2.
  • The #2 approach potentially has a greater impact on perceived performance because of the enumeration of the elements, storing their data, and removing them from the document.
  • The #1 approach has the potential to be slower due to access via the DOM for the same elements.

So I would do a combination of the two. As the data is read from the element, cache it in the array and then remove the element. This has the following advantages:

  • The data is loaded on demand and processed only if selected by the user.
  • The DOM tree shrinks as users select unique images.
  • The DOM is read once per image; data is read faster for subsequent requests for the same image due to being stored in the array.

Once again, it’s theoretical, but I think it would be the best approach. Naturally, only testing would confirm.

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jwmcpeak says

Without testing, #1 would be better. Any memory gains from getting rid of the elements in the DOM will be offset somewhat by the data being stored in JavaScript. You’d still end up with memory being used—how much of a difference remains to be seen.

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jwmcpeak says

I agree. I prefer (x + 2) as opposed to ( x + 2 ). Too much white spaces can be just as bad as not enough.

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