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Jeffrey Way
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Mockery, it's sooooo damn good. Much better IMHO than Phpunit's built in mock support. Right on +Jeffrey Way
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So I took some time to record a screencast about how to make JavaScript testing fun with a tool, called Testem: http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/javascript-ajax/make-javascript-testing-fun-with-testem/
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I hope you can give us also the continuation of your php fundamentals course  into advance with php best practices jeff. :) 
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Nice!
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The re-written version of Prefixr is coming along nicely. This time, all of the logic is being rewritten in JavaScript. It'll end up requiring a 5th the amount of code that the old version needed.

https://skitch.com/jeff_way/8ub6c/simplefragment.css-prefixr-next
Skitch is an easy-to-use, free app that helps you capture, edit and markup your screen captures and images with shapes and comments. Available for Mac and Android.
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Start Reading ur new book => 'DECODING HTML5';
//VERY GOOD BOOK
//LOL
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Thanks been looking for something like this and was curious about your workflow.
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Looking for a couple folks to do a quick run-through of this jQuery quiz before I publish it (just to make sure my answer validation is all in order).

If you have a decent amount of experience with jQuery, have at it, and let me know if you found any kinks.

http://tutsplus.s3.amazonaws.com/tutspremium/courses_$folder$/30DaysJquery/quizzes/3-final/index.html
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Hi +Jeffrey Way , thank u so much about 30 days jQuery tutorial,can i ask a question here? i got a problem now i try to use $.getJSON to get wikipedia json api, i got url, i got 'data' and i console.log it to see what is data object is, and i found it is a html, it is fine then i try to get html from the object by using data.parse.text.*(wikipedia format), now my jquery will give me a error about the *, "Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token *" i look up in google everyone write same as me, plz help me!!

url: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=parse&page=Kundapura&prop=text&format=json&callback=obama&callback=?
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Made a barebones starter project for getting up and running with Sass, Compass, and Testem + Mocha support, when you don't need a dedicated tool. 

https://github.com/JeffreyWay/Simple-Sass-and-CoffeeScript-Project-Starter
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Hi jeffrey, I was wondering whether we can make reports and charts in laravel. Can we make reports which can be generated from our own eloquent queries. I have seen your video out there on laracasts. But its only the basic this. I need to make the graph and charts with my own query out there. Can you help me out?? 
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One of the best investments you can make is into learning your preferred code editor inside-out. Prefer Sublime Text? http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/news/perfect-workflow-in-sublime-text-free-course/
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Really productive Tuts
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Want to be reading buddies? Just set up an account at @kippt https://kippt.com/JeffreyWay
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I joined kippt.com and feel its awesome
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If I have any Laravel-fan buddies, I built a generator tool that makes the process of creating controllers, models, views, migrations, etc. as quick as possible. :) https://github.com/JeffreyWay/Laravel-Generator
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Accidentally googled this. I have been using generator.php for a while now and it still rocks.
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So I wrote the GitHub agenda/mission statement for that JSON slide generator thing that I mentioned on Twitter yesterday. https://github.com/JeffreyWay/Easy-Slides
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I like that
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That's pretty sweet - "All the Chrome versions from 1-16." - Announcing Dedicated Browserling Plans!
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Thanks for the clarification! IE Tester should put that on their web site. :)
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