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I'm using Google Ajax API and they suggest I use google.setOnLoadCallback() to do various things related to their API but I'm using also jQuery's $(document).ready() to do other JS things, not related to Google API.



Is it safe to mix these two approaches in one document? I did not notice any problems yet but I suppose it's a matter of scale.


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You pretty much have to do this:



google.setOnLoadCallback(function() {
$(function() {
// init my stuff
});
});


You can't do $(document).ready() without $ (the jQuery object) being available, so that needs to go inside the callback. And you can't be sure the document is ready inside the callback, so you have to do ready() too.


[#99967] Monday, February 9, 2009, 16 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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