pineapple

Already gave it a go... works beautifully...

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Add File Browser to Macvim

pineapple

Screenshot:

macvim with sidebar

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Add File Browser to Macvim

wsg

I used phantom to create screenshots of websites, it's built in http server makes it really easy to script the whole thing - ended up creating this: http://snapplr.net with it

wsg, over 4 years ago Reply in: PhantomJS

arbor

It's great, I liked it better than Watir

arbor, over 4 years ago Reply in: PhantomJS

lush

Haha was just about to submit this. You beat me by 15 minutes.

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: PhantomJS

arbor

Wow just used this, this is so awesome.. I wondered where all those similar looking docs came from.

arbor, over 4 years ago Reply in: Docco Documentation Generator

arbor

arbor, over 4 years ago Reply in: Pikaday

pineapple

Just watched this.. hidden gems, great stuff

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Vim for Rails Developers

wsg

Yeah I was surprised that it is so simple. I think I'll be self-hosting my font files now so I can do it this way around.

wsg, over 4 years ago Reply in: FIXED! @font-face rendering in chrome

pineapple

interesting... easy fix too.

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: FIXED! @font-face rendering in chrome

katsu

I'm not sure how I feel about the name of this script.. I feel like I might catch something putting it in my project. Cool purpose though, nonetheless.

katsu, over 4 years ago Reply in: Sisyphus.js

pineapple

The UX is perfect as is. Just maybe throw a bg on there and a google font and it will look better. Here's a vim page I designed which is similarly as simple, but with the kind of (easy) changes I'm talking about: http://www.eastcoastefx.com/vim

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Instant Sprite

bgrins

Yeah I've experimented with reorganizing the images to save space, but I never quite got it working. The UI could definitely use an update - if I were to focus more time on the project that is where I would like to start. Do you think it just needs some visual improvements, or are there also some UX changes that you'd like to see? I'd love some feedback or help in improving it! By the way, all the code is open sourced here: https://github.com/bgrins/instantsprite,

bgrins, over 4 years ago Reply in: Instant Sprite

wsg

Now this I like!

wsg, over 4 years ago Reply in: JSON Editor Online

pineapple

Just found this.. good stuff

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: SugarJS

pineapple

Definitely one of the better json editors I've seen (if not the best).

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: JSON Editor Online

pineapple

Pretty awesome graph made in Inkscape by someone on Stack Overflow. Might be a good alternative to illustrator: http://stackoverflow.com/a/12982179/794481

inkscape

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Inkscape

blueberry

I recall almost using this once. Is this just like custom posts?

blueberry, over 4 years ago Reply in: Pods Framework for Wordpress

pineapple

Hey there, funny you showed up :) I just used your tool when I converted all my images to sprites: http://pineapple.io/discussion/switched-images-over-to-sprites

I have an OSX tool that I paid for, and it pales in comparison. Tons of steps to do something simple, it outputs span instead of div making things difficult when I want it to be block level, but display:none to start with. the css was very redundant.

So yeah -- Just wanted to say your interface isn't the prettiest but functionality wise it outperformed all the tools I've tried, so excellent work. The one thing I wish it did was re-order the images to make the smallest image dimensions as possible to save space, but that wasnt particularly a big deal, it was only a few kb comparison between my osx tool which packs it, and your tool.

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Instant Sprite

bgrins

I'm the author of this app. Basically, I got tired of uploading a bunch of images to sprite generators, then downloading the result, finding it on my hard drive, moving it into the project. So here you can drag/drop your source images, apply some basic settings, then drag it out of the page and into your project and get ready to use CSS. Let me know if you have any feedback!

bgrins, over 4 years ago Reply in: Instant Sprite

SkinnyGeek1010

No prob!
Also I forgot to add, a lot of people who are starting fresh with a larger app use a backbone powered framework like marionette or chaplin to reduce boilerplate, and I suspect a lot of big companies make their own internal framework.

I haven't used either of these but chaplin looks very nice to me
https://github.com/marionettejs/backbone.marionette
https://github.com/chaplinjs/chaplin

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago Reply in: JS Assessment

pineapple

Amazing, exactly what i was looking for, thanks.

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: JS Assessment

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