- New Jasmine Gem
There’s a new version of jasmine-gem on GitHub – please test it out so we can push a new gem next week.
- jQuery opacity
Once the CSS opacity is set on an element with jQuery the z-index is no longer respected and the element appears on the bottom.
Can it be reproduced in other browsers? Only tried Chrome so far.
- Safari doesn’t like Rails timestamps
The workaround is to use:
value = my_model.created_at.to_f * 1000
date = new Date(value)
Try all browsers when dealing with a Date API
There’s also DateJS, but has not been maintained in a long time.
- Jasmine failed to start on latest Chrome
If you have an updated version of Chrome and jasmine fails to start Chrome, reinstalling later version of chrome driver (http://code.google.com/p/chromedriver/downloads/list).
Or alternative is to re-image the machine, which contains later Chrome and later ChromeDriver.
- bitbucket Tracker integration broken by ‘&’ in author name
We spent several hours tracking down this (open) bug in bitbucket’s tracker broker. You can change the ampersand to something else in your git-pair script.
- IE9 svg path click handler
IE9’s click handler for SVG paths treats two clicks as a single click and six clicks as a double click.
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