I am starting to get really excited about DrupalCon Portland coming up next week. I find it useful when going to these types of events to set a bit of an action plan before the event. In brief, here it is:
When I first started out using Sass from the command line, but I have slowly migrated to using GUI apps like Codekit or Livereload for compiling my Sass files. Recently I have run into some roadblocks with these types of app not behaving the way I want them to with compass pre-release versions, and other compass/sass extensions like Singularity I have started using. So I have moved back to the command line to perform my
compass watch operations.
One of the areas I have found to be least documented in regards to views module is its ajax functionality. In writing the views ajax fade module I had to figure out a method to alter the way in which the ajax request and response was made. Though it fairly it is undocumented, it is not too difficult to alter the way in which these requests are made. You basically only have to implement to code blocks in order to do it. Note, this post does not account for what you actually want to do in your ajax customization. But merely how you can implement one.
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