Quick Jquery: How to set context in $.ajax()

Today working on a simple ajax jquery call, I was searching for setting context in ajax function suddenly one my javascript master came and wrote a code below, and it was done.

Its look like this:

         $('#click_me').function(){
            $.ajax({
               type: 'POST',
               data: 'value=34',
               context: $(this),
               success: function(resp){
                            $(this).next().html(resp);
                          }
             });
         });

And its all done!

Recently Published

»

4 flawless WordPress Plugins for Employee Management

Keeping your employee management in check is an important part of ...

»

Kubernetes: Why Today’s Programmers Need to Understand

Launched by three Google engineers, Kubernetes is a container ...

»

Do I Need Endpoint detection and response tools ?

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools are designed to add an ...

»

How to Build a Killer Marketing Strategy for your WordPress Blog?

Running a blog over WordPress is seemingly an easy thing to do. The ...

»

5 Signs You Need a New Hosting Company

Web hosting has become cheaper and easier to attain than ever before. ...

»

5 Things to Consider When Designing A Logo For Your Startup

Designing a Logo is essential because it communicates your business. ...

»

What Is Access Control?

Access Control, When running a business, there are dozens of things ...

»

Process Management Solution For a Business

In order to be successful, a company needs to be on the same page and ...

»

5 Metrics You Should Track on Every Blog Post

As a blogger, you may have developed your blog with a variety of blog ...