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JavaScript AJAX Basics (retiring) jQuery and AJAX The Office Status Project Revisited

Branko Zivanovic
Branko Zivanovic
2,684 Points

Employee practice

How does jQuery know that employee is a actual object in employees.json?

1 Answer

jared eiseman
jared eiseman
29,023 Points

the 'employee' variable is an argument within the $.each callback function. This can be named anything (jack, pencil, rainbow, employee, etc). But it always will represent the second argument of the callback, in this instance, each object in the json