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Mon Apr 29 15:41:14 PDT 2013
On 4/29/13, David Bruant <bruant.d at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le 29/04/2013 22:21, Benjamin Stürmer a écrit :
>> I have been reading about a technique described here (
>> for deferring the parsing of scripts until they are actually required.
>> can be a useful technique for allowing lazy-loading of script without
>> A common method used to achieve this (the method described in the linked
>> article) is commenting-out blocks of code and then uncommenting it and
>> running it via eval(), which is obviously not an ideal solution.
Obviously not. Nor will it work for external SCRIPT elements (not "tags").
>> Has there been any consideration given to an attribute to mark a script
>> as "do not parse or execute" until it's been triggered?
David Anderson proposed the 'execute' method. Great idea; no traction.
A shame that the examples aren't up anymore (can't work for free on this).
The replies on by Boris and Ian include some mistakes and distract
about setTimeout, unfortunately.
> I think if you put any invalid value in the "type" attribute of the
> script element, then, the element won't be parsed nor executed. If your
> script element has a given id, you can easily find the code
> (document.getElementById(id).textContent) and eval it.
Obviously not an ideal solution.
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