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    ChristopherRobison
    @ChristopherRobison
    Right...
    That must be it
    Guy Halperin
    @geh4y8
    class isnt cancelled, I accidentally didnt press publish on the post for last week
    sorry for the confusion, please come tonight and this week's lab will be taking place at its (semi) regular Thursday timeslot :)
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    sorry folks, I should have not have pressed ‘publish’
    jquery cheatsheet: oscatero.com/jquery
    Preet Dha
    @preetdha
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    thanks @preetdha
    Preet Dha
    @preetdha
    No prob @ivanoats
    Stephen Fasano
    @sfasano
    I'll be outside the building in 10 minutes. Can someone monitor this chat to let me in?
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    i will
    Stephen Fasano
    @sfasano
    Thanks, @ivanoats . Outside now.
    check out the difference between these two: http://devdocs.io/dom_events/keydown and http://devdocs.io/jquery/keydown
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    here’s another resource I use on jQuery: http://jqfundamentals.com/chapter/jquery-basics
    Chris Tsongas
    @tsongas
    Gist with rabbit race project we worked on in class https://gist.github.com/tsongas/5fb7ec6b52524f37387b.
    matt
    @mechlo
    Question about CSS vs JQuery. Are there any differences in performance or flexibility with the transitions, animations, and interactions of CSS vs JQuery? Both have a hover function you can customize, why use JQuery over CSS in that instance?
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    it’s device dependent. Some mobile browsers are slower at CSS than JavaScript actually
    matt
    @mechlo
    So JS over CSS on mobile platforms for example?
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    for hover specifically, jQuery is going to give you more flexibility, because you can run JavaScript instead of limited to CSS animations
    It’s not a simple yes/no answer, you have to dive pretty deep into the actual use case and user profile
    matt
    @mechlo
    Makes sense.
    Thanks.
    Benjamin Hrach
    @bhrach
    @all It appears I may not be down there for class tonight. I’m dealing with a plumbing leak in my apartment that is seriously no bueno. If I can get this resolved by 4, I’ll try to make it. If not, then I’ll see everyone tomorrow during lab time.
    Leah Silber
    @wifelette
    The front door is locked, FYI.
    There's something jammed in there for now, but if it gets moved you may need to catch someone's attention...
    matt
    @mechlo
    Door got closed. Let us in?
    JoeyHayden
    @JoeyHayden
    The Ross Island is a parking lot, I'm gonna be about 10 minutes late.
    chiclechew
    @chiclechew
    yeah I heard the Sellwood bridge is closed for the next 3 days, hence doubling Ross Island traffice
    traffic.
    Ivan Storck
    @ivanoats
    you guys get in ok?
    matt
    @mechlo
    Yup.
    Sorting gif table - http://i.imgur.com/fq0A8hx.jpg
    Chris Tsongas
    @tsongas
    Byte7e4
    @ToddJ101
    hey @tsongas could you post up that example of the cards? preferable with the shuffle from the data structures last night
    Preet Dha
    @preetdha
    @tsongas Would you be mind posting slides for this week on Canvas? Thank you!
    Benjamin Hrach
    @bhrach
    @all I'm in the middle of cleaning up a huge mess and moving to a different apartment. I'd be a serious jerk if I left my girlfriend to do this herself. I won't be down there for lab tonight. I will see all you guys next Wednesday for the final class. I'm very sorry.
    Stephen Fasano
    @sfasano
    Hey all, I just got this notice from tuts+ about their upcoming cyber Monday deal. I really liked their sublime text videos, so I was going to look into some of their others. @tsongas or @ivanoats, do you have any others you'd recommend? http://tutsplus.com/cyber_monday
    Mike (Mikey) Bedney
    @PolishZeus
    I find myself circling the same two errors in my code. Is it bad to ask someone else to take a peek to offer insight? I'd consider myself a fairly big newb & the code is a mess---I'm just trying to get something that runs before enhancing it with textboxes or CSS
    It is either "Unexpected end of input" on line 1 or "Unexpected token" of a semicolon on the very last line of my code
    Mike (Mikey) Bedney
    @PolishZeus
    FIXED IT!!!WOOOOOOOT!
    It doesn't do anything...but at least I'm not returning errors happy dance
    Chris Tsongas
    @tsongas
    @sfasano you might check out the courses in their javascript bundle http://tutsplus.com/bundles/javascript-web-app-launchpad.
    Chris Tsongas
    @tsongas
    @preetdha and everyone else class 4 and 6 slide decks are now up in Canvas under Files (no class 5 slides).
    Chris Tsongas
    @tsongas
    @OhYeahPortland you'll find that in the class 6 slide deck. I also posted links to examples from class in the Canvas discussions about class 4 and 6.
    Benjamin Hrach
    @bhrach
    I’m grading assignments today and have suggested a free Code School course to a few of you. I found it really helpful in learning jQuery https://www.codeschool.com/courses/try-jquery
    Benjamin Hrach
    @bhrach
    Here’s another handy resource that diagrams which HTML5 elements to use, if you get confused. http://html5doctor.com/downloads/h5d-sectioning-flowchart.png