Foulkes: Buu: Well, I am using the html5sortable in the Fiddle, yes. But you’re saying I should rather include it in a script tag?
Carsten: Sorry for the confusing alertdrop though.
Ortelli: I learned something new about jsfiddle
Ortelli: Is there some reason you aren’t just using jquery ui
Duplechin: Preferrably, I’d think B, since it’s maybe not so smart to mess with an existing plugin ;
Lundie: Previously, I was searching for a way to make a ol draggable, and I came across http://farhadi.ir/projects/html5sortable/, where the author says: Why another sortable plugin? Because it’s better.
Rippentrop: Buu: you’re recommending to ditch the plugin, use the UI and do this all from “scratch”?
Ortelli: Ok something is being dumb one sec
Petrochello: Anyone with good knowledge of through2 or nodejs streams+
Edde: I have highwatermark set to 5 and I create a stream A and pipe it to stream B and it only processed my 5 first item objectMode and the streams are transformationsstreams created using through2.obj
Coger: I remember when fatbrain.com was the PLACE to buy your books
Sanfelix: Fatbrain: btw #node.js will help
Yantzer: Nevermind, forgot to flush
Krol: Games, that’s right ;
Ortelli: Oh that’s incredibly special
Ortelli: How does this code even manage to execute without catching fire
Ortelli: Joakimk: http://jsfiddle.net/6gub27h0/2/
Surma: V8 blocks access to the catchfire routines buu
Ortelli: Joakimk: Slightly nicer version http://jsfiddle.net/Lcf3ddhu/1/
Ortelli: Nothing like spending 30 minutes debugging code because it randomly stops working if you specify a height css attribute
Santiago: Buu: wow, great stuff!
Goicoechea: So, could you please help me understand this? You changed div from id=”trash” to cl***=”trash”, and added “connectWith”
Krupiak: There were some odd bugs involving height?
Kesler: Where — in the html5sortable plugin?
Rinehardt: Hi. i’m trying to use react with Caligari-swampdragon. what backend store should i use that will easily allow me to update frontend models based on subscription channels to the backend?
Dimartino: Buu: are you not using that plugin at all, it seems? Your JSFiddle is “just” using jQuery UI?
Mccrory: I’ve seen flux, redux, reflux, .
Gately: None of these seem to talk about integrating websockets/sockjs
Ortelli: Clqire: Is this running client side?
Combs: Buu: just so I understand; did you look at the webpage for the plugin? Were there no advantages in using the plugin, over “bare bones” jQuery UI?
Ortelli: Joakimk: Uh, jquery ui isn’t bare bones, it’s the other way around
Bidle: Jquery ui is utterly m***ive
Ortelli: Joakimk: the html5plugin thing is much smaller and simpler
Bidle: Though at least you can build your own
Ortelli: And it didn’t easily show me an api that did what I needed to
Ortelli: And I didn’t feel like reverse engineering it
Ortelli: Also it was laste updated like, a year or more ago and it seems generally sketchy
Ottman: Buu: apparently someone generated one bitcoin key, sent 140 bitcoins on it, and then regenerated another key, without saving the private key for the first run
Ortelli: Clqire: oh, a past action
Peltz: Buu: i believe they didn’t close their browser
Ortelli: Thank god bitcoin is anonymous and untraceable
Shiller: Buu: but you’re still “attaching” invoking sortable on the ul. The plugin did that, too, so maybe some of the problems I was having were actually name conflicts, that the plugin collided with the jQuery UI?