Know Your User: Elvis, Bean, Hedy

While working on Project Moab, we encountered a really interesting, and nuanced problem that led us to expand our thinking and ultimately guide how multiple parts of the system operated. It also gave us a fun tool that I’m applying to other projects as well: Elvis, Bean, and Hedy.

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Quick Tip: Validation “Lights” Using Zurb Foundation and AngularJS

The more I play with Zurb Foundation and AngularJS, the more I love it. As a middle tier / backend developer, having these tools at my disposal gives me a nice looking app with powerful client side data binding / object manipulation with little work.

Here’s a little trick I came up with this weekend while working on a pet project to do form validation without taking up much space on the screen.

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