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99 problems but a glitch ain’t one

99 problems but a glitch ain’t one

jQuery API .data(key, value)

This saved my life today, so I figured it was worth giving credit to.

Source: api.jquery.com

Group JSON resultset by multiple attributes

Given a JSON resultset such as the following:

[ {fooID: 1, fooLabel: "one", barID: 20 barLabel: "twenty"},
 
{fooID: 1, fooLabel: "one", barID: 30 barLabel: "thirty"},
 
{fooID: 1, fooLabel: "one", barID: 40 barLabel: "forty"},
 
{fooID: 2, fooLabel: "two", barID: 500 barLabel: "fivehundred"},
 
{fooID: 2, fooLabel: "two", barID: 600 barLabel: "sixhundred"} ]

How could I iterate through this in groups?

Example

<legend>1 - one</legend>
 
<div>20 - twenty</div>
 
<div>30 - thirty</div>
 
<div>40 - forty</div>

<legend>2 - two</legend>
 
<div>500 - fivehundred</div>
 
<div>600 - sixhundred</div>

Also, it would be preferable that the solution can support more dimensions, even maybe with some minor adjustments, as it’s looking like I’ll have to use this a few times for several applications. And it shouldn’t be an issue, but it may also be good to take into consideration that the results will not always be in order by group such as in the example I provided. It may be ordered 1, 2, 2, 1, 2… etc.

Source: stackoverflow.com