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comment How can I check the values of existing data with unknown keys in a Firebase rule?
Thanks for the assist! I actually ended up solving my problem by simply choosing the id's of moves (move-0, move-1, move-2...), and since it's reasonable to assume that the players will have the complete list of moves for a game there's no need for a counter. Everything's working now.
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comment Context In Backbone View
Nah it's a great plan! Fat arrow is one of my favourite CoffeeScript conveniences. I'm sure you'll love it too once you get the hang.
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