Expand and collapse folder tree in Sublime

11/15/14  Public, Shortcuts

Hold down the Option Key + mouse click on folder

Holding down Option key while clicking a folder allows you to expand/collapse the entire tree of that folder.

https://coderwall.com/p/q1o-da

1 vote - brookemcg

Tip for proofreading code

11/15/14  Public, Tricks

  • Go through a file and review each line going backward.
  • Start at the last line, and check each word in reverse against what you should have typed.
  • It's a trick to make your brain not attach meaning to each part of the code, and doing that...

1 vote - plawler

Command for starting an IRB simple prompt session

11/15/14  Public, Command Line

Into the command line type $ irb --simple-prompt

1 vote - brookemcg

Ruby and jQuery cheat sheets

11/09/14  Public, Cheat Sheets

Ruby: http://overapi.com/ruby/

jQuery: http://overapi.com/jquery/

Great site. Also contains cheat sheets for Git, HTML, MySQL, JavaScript and more.

1 vote - harrylevine

Using jQuery to return which item is selected in a group of radio buttons, in a form

11/10/14  Public, Other Languages

Here is a snippet of code from a form for a group of radio buttons:

<p>Age group:</p>
<label><input type="radio" id="age0" name="age" value="-30" /> under 30</label>
<label><input type="radio" id="age1" name="age" value="30-50" check...

1 vote - harrylevine

Using jQuery to determine if a checkbox from a form is or is not checked

11/08/14  Public, Other Languages

Here is a snippet of code from a form for a checkbox with a label:

<label><input type="checkbox" id="like" name="like" checked="checked" /> I like jQuery</label>

This line of jQuery will determine if the box is checked, and log...

1 vote - harrylevine

Using jQuery to determine if an item from a form's drop-down menu is or is not selected

11/08/14  Public, Other Languages

Here is a snippet of code from a form for a drop-down menu containing choices:

<select id="skills" name="skills">
  <option value="none">please select&hellip;</option>
  <option value="html">HTML</option>
  <option value="css">CSS</...

1 vote - harrylevine

Tool to help learn and understand CSS selectors

11/08/14  Public, Online Resources, Other Languages

http://selectorgadget.com/

This tool will tell you the CSS selectors you will need in order to target an area or areas of your page. This applies directly to writing CSS and to writing jQuery.

Can be installed as a Chrome extension, or a bo...

1 vote - harrylevine

mangling arrays

11/07/14  Public, Tricks, Ruby General

To take an array like:

[1, 3, 'two', 5]

and have it result in an array of pairs such as:

[[1, 3], 'two', 5]]

You can use each_slice method.

array.each_slice(2)

Provided, of course, that array is assigned the original ...

2 votes - kotp