Monthly Archives: January 2012

Dabblet Chrome App

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Dabblet Chrome App

I think all of you know Lea Verou’s dabblet.

dabblet is an interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code. It uses -prefix-free, so that you won’t have to add any prefixes in your CSS code. You can save your work in Github gists, embed it in other websites and share it with others.
About dabblet

Some time ago I made this tiny Google Chrome App for jsFiddle which is in case just a bookmarklet with a bigger icon.

I did this for dabblet, too but extended the app to something more: It displays all your dabblets with title and creation-date. You can then visit your dabblet directly.

You can find the app in the Google Chrome App store now.

Download

This project is on GitHub, so please feel free to contribute and report bugs and feature requests.

Changelog

These are the major changes. All commits can be found on GitHub.

v1.0.0 – Aug. 19, 2012

v0.7 – Feb. 13, 2012

v0.45 – Feb. 02, 2012


About Git’s Cherry-Picking

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At /gebrüderheitz we use Git as a version control system as we think this is the best to work together on a level which is easy to learn and work with. Before we used Git we’ve used SVN but this is by far not as flexible as Git. There are enough posts gathering the difference between Git and SVN so I will not cover any of these. When working in a team it’s important to keep your different stages of development in sync and control somehow: There is a front-end development going on which is in deep connection with the

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