pineapple

haha. werd, im obsessed with dark themes. My favorite vim theme is hybrid

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

lush

Valid point. Although I'm so used to reading code on Github it would seem more natural to write it using the same type of syntax highlighting. I may give it a spin at some point. Still hooked on dark themes. Makes me look more 1337.

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

pineapple

Because github signifies to me green, valid, working (hopefully) code. Me messing around locally with a github theme as I'm hacking away is just weird.

I think the github style is just burned in my brain

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

metastew

me like!

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: FPS Meter

lush

Why is that?

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

pineapple

lol, that just hits too close to home. i couldn't code in that and see mistakes while I'm coding, it would be like sacrilege

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

lush

Probably my favourite theme:- http://textmatetheme.com/github

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Textmate Theme

lush

Yes this is amazeballs. I find this handy to quickly search api rather than using teh Googz.

See also: http://pineapple.io/resources/rails-searchable-api-doc

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Dash

lush

Dagnammit. Made a typo on the title field. Can you update the permalink.

Danx!

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Simplify.js

pineapple

Good good

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Pure

pineapple

Thanks! Yeah man, you did an incredible job on that. I've looked at a metric shit-ton of autocomplete plugins and they always have something about them that I didnt' like. yours is superb though

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Selectize.js

brianreavis

Thanks Mr. Pineapple! Really dig the site, btw.

brianreavis, over 4 years ago Reply in: Selectize.js

alisisk

Template download has always worked (instructions for use inside said download) The link was apologetically provided via twitter as no explanation was given to diagnose the reason its "not working" eg: What browser is being used? Which operating system? Any information rather than just claiming its "not working" always helps when trying to fix any issue. If I can help in any way I will.

alisisk, over 4 years ago Reply in: Iconvault

pineapple

Awesome!! This looks like it handles very nicely

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Selectize.js

tobeportable

this doesn't seems finished yet :
- d&d upload badly explained & not working
- download link found through twitter instead of main page ...

tobeportable, over 4 years ago Reply in: Iconvault

denis

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denis, over 4 years ago Reply in: Sequel Pro

montanaflynn

Would be more useful for me as a node package that could be incorporated into a grunt process.

montanaflynn, over 4 years ago Reply in: Helium CSS

montanaflynn

This is great, wish I had found this a few years ago! Yesterday I was at an event at hackreactor, a school for coders, and git was a big topic of confusion for the students. I recommended http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ but this would be a better more in depth resource.

montanaflynn, over 4 years ago Reply in: Git Overview

pineapple

Ah yeah, well it's good stuff either way that's why I left it :) Good work.

PS, I'm not sure if you work at Mashape but I like Unirest! Just used it

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: WorldChat.io

montanaflynn

One use case we thought of was to provide multilingual support.

montanaflynn, over 4 years ago Reply in: WorldChat.io

pineapple

This one has really awesome diagrams! Check it out for sure.

Make sure you also look at the other sections like git workflows

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Git Overview

metastew

Pretty cool! Too bad I'm too paranoid about my BTCs to actually try this.

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: Coin Punk

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