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Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
cfbot image me the baseball furies
cfbot image me the baseball furies
Ivan Storck
@ivanoats
hey all, give me an upvote on reddit if you have a sec, please :smile: http://www.reddit.com/r/javascript/comments/28odp1/slides_how_i_stay_up_to_date_on_javascript/
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
here’s a talk on libuv which is what node uses for it’s event system, if anyone is interested. trigger warning: c code https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGn60vDSxQ4
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
@ivanoats Looks like MongoLabs doesn't care about the init. size of your mongo db. All that matters it the actual amount of data you put in, not the huge container sizes
Ivan Storck
@ivanoats
@kevinmstephens - that's good!
Hailey L. Petway
@hlpetway
JS The Good Parts is probably the best book on programming I've read so far.
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@cfbot-the-hubot
PONG
Hailey L. Petway
@hlpetway
cfbot image me you're awesome
Marco Lindsay
@Marco-Lindsay
isn't the title js the good parts oxymoronic?
Hailey L. Petway
@hlpetway
ha ha. I know nothing about ruby, so I can't insult you back.
Marco Lindsay
@Marco-Lindsay
oh there is plenty to dislike about ruby
Ivan Storck
@ivanoats
@Marco-Lindsay []=
Andy Ernst
@AndyCErnst
Just replied to someone on twitter about bugs I was having in jquery UI... now I see that he's the project lead
Jeff Adelman
@jeffadelman8
cfbot image me kosher for passover
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda

tyler morgan

tyler morgan

Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
what’s up?
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
I hate backbone
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
yup
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
if certain form fields are supposed to be disabled until a click event happens would that only be handled in the view or would the model have to be involved?
I just have it set up in the view logic
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
anyone?
Robert Talamantez
@Talamantez
ya I think you could handle that in just the view
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
k, that sort of thing would be considered a type of validation though right? because everything I am reading about validation involves the view's model, but I think I only have to worry about that on form submission correct?
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
depends on what the click event is, validation is only really used on data. If you’re not planning on presisting whether or not that click event happened, it’s not really a validation.
Alex Miranda
@ammiranda
for that particular set of radio buttons the form can still be submitted with no value selected because the sample item I have does not have that value defined (represented by an empty string) so I don't think it is necessary to do validation on it
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
just modified the angular pull request of b15 notes to utilize jwt/basic auth. I’ll be working on a write up tonight but here’s the link if anyone wants to take a look https://github.com/codefellows/javascript-b15-notes/pull/7/files
Andy Ernst
@AndyCErnst
I have socket.io and jQuery UI questions saved up for tomorrow. I know which ones you'll be more eager to answer. Is anyone a jQueryUI expert?
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
Ahaha, I don’t think we actually have a jQueryUI person in house but I can try to help you.
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
I've messed with jquery drag and drop
Andy Ernst
@AndyCErnst
The drag and drop works fine together, but the sortable partially implements draggable and it's hell to get it to work in a way it doesn't want to. I've look at lots of tutorials and jsfiddles and can't find anyone with my same use case
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
hmmm...
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
just merged a writeup on authentication on the client side with angular, tomorrow I’ll be working on writeup for testing angular with mocha/chai and if there are any other writeups you want at some point this week, let me know. I’m going to try to do a writeup for client side auth in ember but I have to learn ember first.
I should mention that the writeup isn’t deployed yet but it is in this repo: https://github.com/codefellows/Full-Stack-JavaScript-Engineering
Marco Lindsay
@Marco-Lindsay
how about you just use rails and then devise for the server side auth
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
yee thanks
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
@Marco-Lindsay Yeah if you want full page reloads everytime you click on something or want to do everything in awful rails javascript that would be a great idea.
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
haha, I know a snarky comment was coming
Kyle Warbis
@UWarbs
:fire:
Tyler Morgan
@toastynerd
=)
That being said, I wish node had something like devise for easy auth
Jeff Adelman
@jeffadelman8
Thanks @toastynerd. Appreciate all your work.
Marco Lindsay
@Marco-Lindsay
Devise works great for auth but give the js community some time and there will be something similar
Kevin Stephens
@kevinmstephens
@ivanoats Remember when we looked at that closure I made for FlappyMappy. I figured out why it worked when both of us weren't sure. I didn't understand that pass-by-value for objects means that the value passed is the reference to the same object. Also Elliot didn't address that in his talk on closure patterns. Might be helpful for that to be taught in the class.
I refactored the algorithm and got rid of the closure and now it's much simpler.