### The Jquery Mobile Multiple titles problem

What is this "Multiple Title" problem? In JQuery Mobile, we have the multi-page structure which causes this problem. In case you want to check out what multi-page structure in Jquery Mobile is, please check out this post.

The problem:
When you load the first page of a jQuery Mobile based site, then click a link or submit a form, Ajax is used to pull in the content of the requested page. Having both pages in the DOM is essential to enable the animated page transitions, but one downside of this approach is that the page title is always that of the first page, not the subsequent page you're viewing.

The solution:
jQuery Mobile automatically parses the title of the page pulled via Ajax and changes thetitle attribute of the parent document to match. For the multi-page documents, we handle this using the data-title attribute which is added to each page container within a multi-page template to manually define a title. The title of the HTML document will be automatically updated to match the data-title of the page currently in view. So your div with data-role="page" would look something as seen below.

<div data-role="page" id="page1" data-title="Page Title">
</div>

Hope you have followed the post and your title is solved. Do let me know in case you have any issues and I will try to help you with those.

### ES6 101 - Spread operator

We would have done this as follows in the old ES5 way. 😏var arr = [1,2,3]; functionsum(a,b,c) { var output = a + b + c; consol…

### Diwali Wishes

Happy Diwali 2017
We are already on the brink of the new year and the festival of lights is already here!May this festival of lights, bring joy, peace and prosperity to you and your loved ones! Wishing you a very happy Diwali and a prosperous new year!For your holiday family portraits and baby shoots I would recommend a really talented and professional photographer in the SF Bay Area. Her portfolio would speak for itself!Happy holidays and have a safe Diwali!

### ES6 101 - Lexical Declarations - Const

ES6 101 - Lexical Declarations - Const

This is the third post in the ES6 101 Series and we will be looking at the ES6 lexical declartions keyword const. This is more of a continuation of the post on let, so I would highly recommend you to read that before you move forward. In case you feel like looking at const that too works! Go ahead and keep reading.As we saw in the post yesterday, variables created with the let keyword have limited scope and they live within the block, statement or the expression that they have been declared in. You cannot redeclare the let variables but these variables are mutable, i.e. theirs values can be changed and updated.As the name suggests, const helps you create variables that have a constant value! These variables are not mutable, which means, the value of these variables cannot be changed or updated. Let’s look at a few examples to understand this better.Examples using ES6 constconst pi = 3.14; console.log(pi); pi = ++pi; // Uncaught TypeEr…

### ES6 Fat Arrow Functions

ES6 101 - Fat Arrow Functions

I attended a 2 day ReactJs 101 Training last week. Yes! towards the end of 2017 - React 101. That story is for another blog post, but I am happy I took this training. It opened my eyes to a lot of things that I have not been working on and made me realize that I was really falling behind the Javascript scene.

The main thing that I realized I was lacking was ES6. I know a couple of things, but am not using it on a regular basis. One statement by the trainer, especially hit me hard.

"ES6 has been around for over 2 years now (with babel). There is no reason for you to not use it! If you are not using it today, you are definitely missing the boat!"

So have now decided to start learning something everyday and post it. Share my learnings with the world and get some feedback, if anyone is willing to share some.

I am going to start with the Arrow Functions or as they are very commonly referred to as Fat Arrow Functions. Whenever someone refers to a Fat A…

### ES6 101 - Lexical Declarations Let

ES6 Lexical Declarations - Let
This is the second post in the ES6 series and we will be covering a lexical declaration - ‘Let’ today. Before this we have looked into the ES6 Fat Arrow Functions. We looked at the syntax changes from ES5 to ES6, how return is implicit and how this works with the new Arrow syntax.Let’s now look at what let is. Simply put, let is the new var. Then what is the difference you ask! well, let’s look at right now. Whenever you see let in your code base, you should now consider the following thing.The scope of the variable declared with the let keyword is limited to the block, statement or expression that it is being used in. This differs from the var keyword, which defines variables globally or local to a function regardless of block scope.Let’s take a look at a few examples to see how var and let differ from each other.Examples using ES6 letlet does not attach anything to window 😍var a = 10; let b = 20; console.log(window.a); // 10console.log(window.b…