Meteor Handlebars: How to access a plain array?

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Meta Stack Overflow ,How can I show all elements in Meteor Handlebars?, Stack Overflow Public questions & answers ,(This question is similar: handlebars: how to access an array? but not the same as the other question presumes an array of objects.)

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  <li>{{this}}</li>
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How can I show all elements in Meteor Handlebars?,var plain_array = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7],(This question is similar: handlebars: how to access an array? but not the same as the other question presumes an array of objects.),From Handlebars documentation.

How can I show all elements in Meteor Handlebars?

{
   {
      #each plain_array
   }
}

# What to put here to get the elements ?

   {
      {
         /each}}
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How can I show all elements in Meteor Handlebars?,var plain_array = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7],(This question is similar: handlebars: how to access an array? but not the same as the other question presumes an array of objects.),EDIT I see you've now corrected your question to show that you've actually got an array of arrays, and that the sort key is in the sub-arrays. In this case, you should use uksort as recommended elsewhere, but I would recommend that you go with your own edit and sort based on the DB formatted date, rather than by parsing the human readable format:

How can I show all elements in Meteor Handlebars?

{
   {
      #each plain_array
   }
}

# What to put here to get the elements ?

   {
      {
         /each}}
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I have a helper called printArray that just prints every item in an array. It works great when I define the array in JS and pass it in to the helper via a context object. What I want to do is define the array right in the template, like:,Unfortunately, by the time this gets to my helper, the arr key points to undefined. Is there any valid syntax to get the array inside my helper without defining it in javascript?, javascript - Pass any parameters to the handlebar helper? , javascript - If it is blocked in the handlebar template, the helper program is called

I have a helper called printArray that just prints every item in an array. It works great when I define the array in JS and pass it in to the helper via a context object. What I want to do is define the array right in the template, like:

{
   {
      printArray arr = [1, 3, 4]
   }
}
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  • Clone the package repository into your application's imports directory, make any modifications necessary, then use npm install to link the-package into node_modules:
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If the data object has an array of objects, you can use Handlebars each helper (more on helpers later) function to iterate the array, and the current context is set to each item in the array.,Or, since we are passing the customer’s object as an array of objects, we can use a block helper (more on block helpers later) statement like this and reference the customers directly:,Here is the Handlebars template that uses the custom function helper we just created:,And that invocation of the Handlebars expression with the key-value pairs as parameters will be added automatically onto the hash object in the helper callback function. Thus:

shoesData.forEach(function(eachShoe) {
   //Note the intermingling of HTML and JavaScript; it is tedious to follow:
   theHTMLListOfShoes += '' + '' + eachShoe.name + ' -- Price: ' + eachShoe.price + '';
});
return theHTMLListOfShoes;
}
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