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8th
Mar 2017
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:00
I'm messing with bootstrap just now to figure it out better, but was going to edit the index.html so that it referenced the other pages (Javascript 101
Home
Resources
Projects
About
Contact)
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:00
Sorry if I was a being pushy about the pull pull requests today (pardon the pun)
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:00
kind of forgot (don't understand) the gitworkflow.
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:03
Yes should link to other pages if there are any. But so far not merged in yet?
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:03
clicked on the fork and clone button earlier on https://github.com/Nat47/javascript101, have my about page up at https://github.com/noisegenerator/javascript101/blob/master/about.html and then did a pull request
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:05
Ah, @rinse0ut has moved the repo over to Codehub now but without the pull request merged in. I wonder if you can do one on that.
But hey I can also add you to the Codehub team, then you can push it to that directly
I think that's easier
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:06
ran a few command lines ( git add about.html \n git pull \n git commit -m "about page" \n git push origin master \n git remote add forkedrepo https://github.com/noisegenerator/javascript101.git \n git push forkedrepo)
ok
I should spend some time reading git tutorials
I can't remember at which point in that command line sequence I clicked make pull request
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:08
@katjad nice work on getting js101.co.uk up and running. We should get a holding page on there saying awesome website coming soon!
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:09
@rinse0ut If you want to do it :) PR! I think it's okay like that for the moment, too. Nobody is looking at it
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:10

@noisegenerator I’ve added some links about git commands and pull requests to the README on the code hub repo here:

https://github.com/CodeHubOrg/javascript101

Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:10
@noisegenerator I think you forked the repo, then added that as a remote to your local repository, pushed back up. Then Github lets you do a pull request.
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:11
ah ok, thanks Katja that makes more sense now
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:13
You can change the origin to the Codehub one now, as you don't want to pull from Nat's repo anymore: git remote set-url origin https://github.com/CodeHubOrg/javascript101.git
noisegenerator
@noisegenerator
Mar 08 2017 00:14
I'll try re-cloning it again from scratch, so I get used to the steps
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:14
anyway glad that site is up :) If anyboy wants changes do pull requests
@noisegenerator yes, good practice
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:18
@katjad Added the holding page please deploy
btw you can edit your .git/config file directly as well
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:34
ha i've destroyed it now because I wanted to redirect from non-www to www! will at holding page when it's working again!
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:37
Is it possible to set up staging.javascript101.co.uk?
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 00:38
yes sure. But won't do it tonight anymore.
Dave Thomson
@rinse0ut
Mar 08 2017 00:43
Sure no worries
Katja Durrani
@katjad
Mar 08 2017 01:08
:) Awesomeness loading
wingedeel
@wingedeel
Mar 08 2017 16:52
Great Front End handbook covering most of the areas we've been looking at:
Tim Handy
@TimHandy
Mar 08 2017 17:13
@wingedeel ahhhhh TLDR!
wingedeel
@wingedeel
Mar 08 2017 18:03
What @TimHandy ? You mean you don't have all the time in the world??!!
Tim Handy
@TimHandy
Mar 08 2017 18:07
@wingedeel This last 7.5 months has been extremely humbling. It has taught me what little I know of web dev. I have so much to learn. Time (and money) is evaporating far too quickly!
I am skimming it... some great stuff in there.
wingedeel
@wingedeel
Mar 08 2017 20:50
@TimHandy I know exactly what you mean. When I started my 'retraining' from Flash Actionscript to Javascript I was convinced all I needed to do was read a Javascript book and in a couple of months, job done, I could start looking for Front End work. Hahahahahahahahahahaha!!!
Just have to keep on remembering that even the experienced web devs still feel they have so much to learn.
Jack Leigh
@leighman
Mar 08 2017 21:36
I read job ads and they're full of things I can't do too ;)