The world's only DJ Khaled quote generator JavaScript library.
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The only JavaScript library that generates DJ Khaled quotes randomly.

Usage

You can use Khaled in a number of ways, including but not limited to:

  • Through the website.
  • In your projects, for whatever reason. Just include the file khaled.js in your HTML or just download it via Bower (bower install khaled)

If you want to use it in your projects, here is some sample code to get you going:

var khaled = KhaledJS() // for now, the function is simple and takes no parameters at all, which will change... a LAHT

// once the function has been run it will return your goodies in an object

console.log(khaled.key) // ex. "The key to success is to get down with Jeezy before he was Jeezy."
console.log(khaled.they) // ex. "They don't want you to have lunch, so what we gon' do is have lunch more."
console.log(khaled.you) // ex. "You smart, they gonna shut the door, so just open it, because you brave."
console.log(khaled.phrase) // ex. "another lion"

Dedication

This library is dedicated to We The Best (duh) and more importantly Ethan and Hila Klein of h3h3productions. They make some really awesome content and have helped me laugh when I feel like giving up. I thank them wholeheartedly for that. If you're reading this, dudes, you're awesome!


(c) Ethan Arterberry 2015, under the MIT license