I cannot use jquery in my js when page is rendered from soy Edited

I am writing a plugin that needs to call a rest api

I started with a soy template example. The script executes, but fails when I switch the toggle with $ undefined.

Can someone help?

my atlassian-plugin.xml

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<atlassian-plugin key="${atlassian.plugin.key}" name="${project.name}" plugins-version="2">
<plugin-info>
<description>${project.description}</description>
<version>${project.version}</version>
<vendor name="${project.organization.name}" url="${project.organization.url}"/>
<param name="plugin-icon">images/pluginIcon.png</param>
<param name="plugin-logo">images/pluginLogo.png</param>
</plugin-info>
<!-- Servlets -->
<servlet name="Repository Servlet" key="repository-servlet" class="com.kns.corp.bitbucket.servlet.RepositoryServlet">
<description key="repository-servlet.description">The Repository Servlet Plugin</description>
<url-pattern>/sprint/*</url-pattern>
</servlet>

<web-resource key="resources" name="Web Resources">
<resource type="download" name="images" location="/images/" />;
</web-resource>

<web-resource key="sss-resources" name="Web Resources">
<resource type="download" name="enablesss.js" location="/js/enablesss.js" />
<resource type="download" name="voorbeeld.css" location="/css/voorbeeld.css" />;
<resource type="download" name="images" location="/images/" />;
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:aui</dependency>
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:amd</dependency>
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:jquery</dependency>
<context>sss</context>
</web-resource>

<!-- Client web resources -->
<client-resource key="example-soy" name="Example Soy Templates">
<directory location="/templates/"/>
<dependency>com.atlassian.auiplugin:ajs</dependency>
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:aui</dependency>
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:amd</dependency>
<dependency>com.atlassian.bitbucket.server.bitbucket-web-api:client-soy</dependency>
</client-resource>
<!-- Web items -->
<web-item key="repository-plugin-tab" name="Repository navigation tab" section="bitbucket.web.repository.header.buttons" weight="500">
<label>Stop/Start sprint</label>
<link>/plugins/servlet/sprint/${repository.project.key}/${repository.slug}</link>
<!-- optional style for the icon: see https://design.atlassian.com/2.0/product/foundations/iconography for a list of available images -->
<param name="iconClass" value="aui-icon-small aui-iconfont-devtools-repository-locked"/>
<conditions type="AND">
<condition class="com.kns.corp.bitbucket.components.sprintmgmtEnabled">
<param name="sprintmgmt" value="true"/>
</condition>
</conditions>
</web-item>
<web-item key="repository-settings-plugin-tab" name="Repository settings navigation tab" section="bitbucket.repository.settings.panel/repository-settings-section" weight="500">
<label>Stop/Start sprint</label>
<link>/plugins/servlet/sprint/${repository.project.key}/${repository.slug}/settings</link>
</web-item>
<resource type="i18n" name="i18n" location="${atlassian.plugin.key}"/>
<rest name="Enable Sprint Mgr" i18n-name-key="enable-sprint-mgr.name" key="enable-sprint-mgr" path="/enablesprintmgr" version="1.0">
<description key="enable-sprint-mgr.description">The Enable Sprint Mgr Plugin</description>
</rest>
</atlassian-plugin>

 

my soy template

{namespace plugin.example}

/**
* @param repository Repository object
*/
{template .repository}
<html>
<head>
<meta name="decorator" content="bitbucket.repository.general">
<meta name="projectKey" content="{$repository.project.key}">
<meta name="repositorySlug" content="{$repository.slug}">
<meta name="activeTab" content="repository-plugin-tab">
<title>{$repository.slug} / Example Tab</title>
</head>
<body>
<h3>Repository: {$repository.slug}</h3>
<p>Welcome to my plugin tab in the repository page.</p>
</body>
</html>
{/template}

/**
* @param repository Repository object
*/
{template .repositorySettings}
<html>
<head>
<meta name="decorator" content="bitbucket.repository.settings">
<meta name="projectKey" content="{$repository.project.key}">
<meta name="repositorySlug" content="{$repository.slug}">
<meta name="activeTab" content="repository-settings-plugin-tab">
{webResourceManager_requireResource('com.kns.corp.bitbucket.SprintStarter:sss-resources')}
<title>{$repository.slug} / Example Tab</title>
</head>
<body>
<h3>Repository: {$repository.slug}</h3>
<p>
<table cellpadding="10">
<tr>
<td><aui-label for="start-stop-sprint">Enable Start/Stop Sprint functionality for repository</aui-label></td>
<td><aui-toggle id="start-stop-sprint" label="Enable Start/Stop Sprint functionality"></aui-toggle></td>
</tr>
</table>
</p>
<div class="image-class">
</div>
</body>
</html>
{/template}

 

and my javascript

AJS.toInit(function (){
var toggle = document.querySelector('#start-stop-sprint');
toggle.addEventListener('change', function(e) {
var isChecked = toggle.checked;
toggle.busy = true;
$.post('set/my/variable', { value: isChecked })
.done(function () {
console.log('success');
})
.fail(function () {
toggle.checked = !isChecked;
console.error('display an error message');
})
.always(function () {
toggle.busy = false;
});
});
});

 

 does anyone know how to do this? 

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