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Marc Grabanski
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UI/UX development consultant & jQuery UI Alumnus. Publisher of http://FrontendMasters.com
UI/UX development consultant & jQuery UI Alumnus. Publisher of http://FrontendMasters.com

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Looks really useful! I expose internal vars as Globals all the time when debugging JS.
#DevTools Tip: Store JavaScript objects as temporary global variables

Paused at a breakpoint? Store a locally scoped JavaScript object as a global variable by right clicking on it in the Console panel and selecting Store as global variable
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Sublime Tip 2: Find the closing tag

Do you have (very) long files and don't want scroll all the way down to the corresponding closing tag? In Sublime Text, place the cursor on the beginning tag and press Shift + CTRL + T (Mac) or CTRL + Alt + J (Windows) to jump to the end. So easy.

#sublimetext3   #frontend   #tip  
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Good to see my article on "Getting Setup on Mac OSX for Web Development" is starting to make the rounds.
Setting Up a New Mac on OSX for Web Development Recently I had a machine break down and had to setup a new one and ... http://buff.ly/1lAKSUo

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An ode to all my smart coder friends.

DIBS on first member! (other than Kevin)

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As 2013 comes to a wrap I wanted to take a moment to draw out some thoughts from my experiences being self-employed for 5 1/2 years as a user interface developer by trade.

Please keep in mind this article is written specifically for developers.

Use these lessons learned to help you survive self-employed software development.

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Amazing tech.

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Mobile web development frameworks are targeting the builtin web browsers on iPhone and Android only; however, jQuery mobile has in a different vision, one that will reach the largest distribution of phones possible.

Leveraging the ways of progressive enhancement, your website can be viewed in raw HTML on old mobile phones and then enhanced with nice CSS styles across mobile platforms that have a decent CSS and JavaScript support.

In this session, Marc gives you his list of reasons to use jQuery mobile, an overview of the framework and will draw from his experiences building websites on top of jQuery Mobile.

jQuery Mobile, Web Delivery for ALL - Marc Grabanski
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