seatacwebdesign

similar concept to Jsfiddle only with various programming languages.

seatacwebdesign, about 5 years ago Reply in: CodePad

seatacwebdesign

the problem with using public wifi to browse -

Dear {user},

This is a message from the IT Department.

The web site you are trying to access:
{url}
is listed as a site within the category {category}

Current Internet Access Configuration does not allow you to visit sites within this category at this time.
...
I could try and get the Tor browser to work but I'm too lazy for that. if you have to pay to use this site then its not worth coming back to - can anyone let me know...

seatacwebdesign, about 5 years ago Reply in: Programming tutorials

seatacwebdesign

cool - a collection of classes shared by users. at first I thought they were classes made by reddit staff, but now I see that it works in the same way that reddit does.

seatacwebdesign, about 5 years ago Reply in: University of Reddit

chriscoyier

Thanks for the stars folks! We're just getting started.

chriscoyier, about 5 years ago Reply in: CodePen

hardy1b

Also helpful if using montage: Ninja

hardy1b, about 5 years ago Reply in: Montage

st0rk

mind blown

st0rk, about 5 years ago Reply in: CodePen

pineapple

wow these are insane...

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: CodePen

pineapple

the voice on the video is terrible, yet its such a good site O.o

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: CSS3Ps

pineapple

this is like pineapple but for code O.O

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Snippets Library

pineapple

Surprisingly succinct and refreshing...

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Vim Essentials

CheckApps

I'm glad you like it.

CheckApps, about 5 years ago Reply in: Sharrre

pineapple

Funny, I was just looking for something like this for this site, heh.

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Sharrre

pineapple

Very cool, I didn't realize this was out yet

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Coda 2

pineapple

just installed this...... cant recommend it enough. it blows command+t, ctrl-P, fuzzyfinder away. Can't believe i didnt buy this sooner...

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: PeepOpen

pineapple

even comes with a macvim plugin.... i am happy

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: PeepOpen

pineapple

thanks i was actually looking for this... ironically I kept thinking it was "waffles app" :P

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Pancake Invoicing

pineapple

Wow, this is friggen amazing. Exactly what I needed

pineapple, about 5 years ago Reply in: Use the Index Luke

Tallboy

yeah I love this one

Tallboy, about 5 years ago Reply in: The Code Player

adiakritos

Super badass

adiakritos, about 5 years ago Reply in: The Code Player

travis

ahhhh yes vimbits.

travis, about 5 years ago Reply in: Vimbits

adiakritos

It might be relevant to add the tag "analytics" to this because that's how I associate tracking what's going on in a website.

adiakritos, about 5 years ago Reply in: Inspectlet

Tallboy

<3 railsguides

Tallboy, about 5 years ago Reply in: Rails Guide

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

Tools are websites, apps or services used -on- your project (indirectly), to aid the process.

Examples: A color scheme generator, email marketing software, usability heat maps, css3 code generators, a downloadable png compressor.

Assets are downloadable files used -in- your projects, usually as code, textures, or images.

Examples: a jquery sticky menu, photoshop brushes, background textures, mvc frameworks, twitter bootstrap, 960 grid system.