var fanxheTeam = {
students: 'Fany', 'Anxhe',
coaches: 'Tapia', 'Nacho',
crowdContact: 'Vic',
coachCompany: 'Crowd Interactive',
supervisor: 'Katrin',
livingStyleGuide: 'Haguenburger', 'Jen',
team: function(){
return 'Fanxhe Team is : ' + this.students + ', ' + this.coaches + ', ' + this.crowdContact + ', ' + this.coachCompany + ', '
+ this.supervisor + ' ' + this.livingStyleGuide + ' ^_^';

Happy beer...:P birthday Steffi.

Jul 13, 2015

Our day started reading an article about copy commands, because we are going to do the task to add copy buttons for the color examples in living style guides.

We continued with our daily standup, and today it was too important, as we had many doubts about how we would start the task.

Later, we had a class about the structure of the gem reading the code of our gem. We needed to know where we will add the code that will generate the buttons to copy colors.
We read about javascript functions to find elements (html and css) . Also studied some Ruby core classes and their instance and global methods used in livingstyleguide’s gem.

Finally, we used the colors example generated with livingstyleguide previously and we added a javascript code to copy colors on click.

Moreover, today is the birthday of Steffi, and crowd interactive and co-workers didn’t forget to congratulate her. :smiley:

      var students = ["Fany", "Anxhe"]
var coaches = ["Tapia", "Nacho"];
var crowdContact = "Vic";
var coachCompany ="Crowd Interactive";
var supervisor = "Katrin";
var livingStyleGuide = ["Haguenburger", "Jen"];
fanxheTeam = [students, coaches,crowdContact, coachCompany, supervisor, mentor, livingStyleGuide];
console.log('We are the FanxheTeam: ' + fanxheTeam + 'We participating in Rails Girls Summer of COde 2015.');
>We are the FanxheTeam: Fany, Anxhe, Tapia, Nacho, Vic, Crowd Interactive, Katrin, Haguenburguer.
We participating in Rails Girls Summer of Code 2015.