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Chris Granger - Light Table - a new IDE concept

Chris Granger - Light Table - a new IDE concept: "Docs everywhere
When you're looking at new code it's extremely valuable to be able to quickly see documentation left behind by the author. Normally to do so you'd have to navigate to the definition of the function, but lightable ghosts this information in to the side. Want to know what partial does? Just put your cursor on top of it. This makes sure you never have to worry about forgetting things like argument order ever again.

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Syndicated 2012-04-13 15:59:00 from sness

Scoopshot is hiring a software developer

Scoopshot is hiring a software developer: "Scoopshot is hiring a SW Developer!

We are looking for great software developers to join our team in Helsinki, Finland. No specific skillset or background is required, beyond a solid grasp of CS fundamentals. Point us to your public code, or tell us something interesting you’ve done.

Send your application (and your code) to:

{ the first 7-digit palindromic prime found in consecutive digits of pi } @scoopshot.com"

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Syndicated 2012-04-13 15:58:00 from sness

tiagoft / pytroll / overview — Bitbucket

tiagoft / pytroll / overview — Bitbucket: "tiagoft / pytroll
create pull request
This is the ugly, yet powerful beast of transcription of music!
Clone this repository (size: 33.9 KB): HTTPS / SSH
git clone https://sness@bitbucket.org/tiagoft/pytroll.git"

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Syndicated 2012-04-12 17:42:00 from sness

jquery - Click event called twice on touchend in iPad - Stack Overflow

jquery - Click event called twice on touchend in iPad - Stack Overflow: "var isIOS = ((/iphone|ipad/gi).test(navigator.appVersion));
var myDown = isIOS ? "touchstart" : "mousedown";
var myUp = isIOS ? "touchend" : "mouseup";
"

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Syndicated 2012-04-12 15:57:00 from sness

jquery - Click event called twice on touchend in iPad - Stack Overflow

jquery - Click event called twice on touchend in iPad - Stack Overflow: "
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iPad both understands touch start - end and mouse start - end.

Is gets fired like this:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|FINGER ENTER TABLET  | FINGER LEAVES TABLET | Small delay after leave      |
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| touchstart          | touchend             | mousedown                    |
|                     |                      | mouseup                      |
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
You have to detect if the user is on a tablet and then relay on the touch start things...:

var isIOS = ((/iphone|ipad/gi).test(navigator.appVersion));
var myDown = isIOS ? "touchstart" : "mousedown";
var myUp = isIOS ? "touchend" : "mouseup";
and then bind it like this:

"

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Syndicated 2012-04-11 17:02:00 from sness

Hacker Titles for Business Cards ― Andreas Zwinkau

Hacker Titles for Business Cards ― Andreas Zwinkau: "software artificer"

Syndicated 2012-04-11 15:56:00 from sness

How to get Phusion Passenger, MySQL and Rails to play nicely in production - Stack Overflow

How to get Phusion Passenger, MySQL and Rails to play nicely in production - Stack Overflow: "Figured it out. Woo Hoo!

Summary: Ruby Enterprise Edition (update, thanks Hongli!) has its own set of gems. Even though I was updating the gem, it wasn't the one that Passenger was reading.

Here's how I figured that out:"

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Syndicated 2012-04-10 22:15:00 from sness

960 Grid on jQuery-Mobile - merge 960.gs flexibility with jquery-mobile ease

960 Grid on jQuery-Mobile - merge 960.gs flexibility with jquery-mobile ease: "jquery-mobile-960 is a port of 960 grid to jquery mobile. It merge the flexibility of 960.gs, and the ease of jquery mobile. It aims to bring more flexibility to jquery-mobile layout and thus make it easier to use on tablets."

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Syndicated 2012-04-09 21:06:00 from sness

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