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jcornmanhomonoff committed Aug 30, 2017
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@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@ In order to get a satisfactory score, by the time you present your project, you

### Deployment
Be deployed online, where the rest of the world can access it.
1. [ ] Deploy on your public Github page, not Github Enterprise.
1. [ ] Present a working browser game, built by you, hosted and deployed on GitHub Pages.

### Version Control
@@ -15,6 +16,8 @@ of the project week.

### Documentation
Produce documentation in the form of a **README**, which must:
1. [ ] Pin your repository on GitHub as a Popular Repository
- Make sure it has a description so that employers can see it
1. [ ] Link to your hosted game in the URL section of your Github repo.
1. [ ] List technologies used
1. [ ] Document your planning and tell a story about your development process and problem-solving strategy.
17 tips.md
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win/lose game logic, you can create a button to simulate that until then.

- _If your success/failure methods aren't working, it's likely that you're not getting to the point where you're making an ajax call._
1. Create my HTML element.
1. Create an HTML element.
2. Create a click handler attached to that element.
2a. Have the click handpreler console.log('hello') AND DO NOTHING ELSE.
3. Verify that any data I want to pass to my api call is the data I expect it to be when I have it in the click handler. (`Using console.log()`)
4. Add an ajax call to my click handler.
5. Verify that the backend server is doing what I expect when I make the ajax call. Check the server log and/or the rails console.
6. Have the success function console.log('success!!') AND DO NOTHING ELSE.
7. Have the success function add "Hello" to the HTML using jQuery
8. Have the success function console.log the data I get back from the server.
- Have the click handler `console.log('hello')` AND DO NOTHING ELSE.
3. Check that any data needed is accessible (`Using console.log()`)
- Use `getFormFields()` to access data from a form if necessary.
- Check value of `store` if necessary
4. Add an ajax call to the click handler.
5. Verify that the backend server is doing what is expect when the ajax call is made. Check the server log and/or the rails console.
6. Have the success function `console.log('success!!')` AND DO NOTHING ELSE.
8. Have the success function `console.log` the data sent get back from the server.
9. Add that data to the HTML using jQuery or handlebars. (or do something else, as appropriate.)

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