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/Dev/Hell Podcast:
Episode 26 Sassy!
January 18, 2013 @ 10:24:36

The /Dev/Hell podcast has released their latest episode, #26 - "Sassy!" The podcast is hosted by PHP community members Chris Hartjes and Ed Finkler.

The first episode of 2013 find Chris and Ed talking about the tragedy of Aaron Swartzs' suicide, both in the context of governmental power and mental illness. We also talk about Ed's favorite (and only tolerable) Apple-related podcast ending. Finally, Ed rambles about SASS, a superset of CSS3 that makes writing CSS less painful.

You can listen to this latest episode using the in-page player or by grabbing the mo3 directly. You can also subscribe to their feed to get this and the latest updates about the podcast.

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NetTuts.com:
Quick Tip Integrate Compass into an Existing CodeIgniter
June 06, 2011 @ 10:58:34

In a new screencast from NetTuts.com today they show you how to integrate the popular Compass CSS authoring framework into an existing CodeIgniter-based application.

I was recently asked about how to use Compass in an existing CodeIgniter project. It seems that the emailer was under the impression that Compass was made for Ruby and Rails. But that's not the case at all! Note that Ruby will need to be installed on your system in order for Compass to work correctly.

The screencast (coming in at a quick five minutes) shows you how to get things set up and includes a walk-through of the generator application and the output it gives.

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