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Ives van Hoorne
Creator of and now working full-time on it! I like cookies 🍪
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 16
😍👏 Keep the curiosity high!
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JSON Bahl Feb 15
Teaching my 6 year old son some JavaScript using and Never too young to add interactivity to your Blazing fast static sites!
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Thor 雷神 ⚡️in Bengaluru 🇮🇳 Feb 16
. just shipped the Server Control Panel for GitHub Sandboxes! This is a game changer for running and maintaining Sandboxes for our Samples as well as for any workshop setting 🥳 (1 / 2)
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 12
Replying to @dabit3
This looks reaaally nice!! I also found that you can play with the code directly on CodeSandbox!
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Baptiste Adrien Feb 12
💥Introducing OpenChakra (beta)! An open-source visual editor for ! ✨ Based on Chakra UI by 🎨 Drag and drop 👀 Live props editing ⚛️ JSX Production-ready code 💽 Localstorage sync 🎈 export ♥️ From
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 10
Replying to @andrewingram @tsbnunes
Ah yes, I can see the logic in that. Though, wouldn't this still work as a good way to keep documentation up to date? Right now I use both "real" tests and the verification of the docs.
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 10
Replying to @tsbnunes
Oh wow yes exactly the same! Nice!
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 10
Replying to @CompuIves
This fits really well with the "write documentation first, then implementation" approach. If you want to learn more about this, documentation of this is here:
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 10
TIL about doctests in Elixir. Documentation is generated from code in Elixir, which is already very cool, but with doctest you can even run tests based on the examples in your documentation! So while you write examples in docs, you can automatically verify it in your tests!
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 8
Ah, that makes sense. Yes we should change that. We could even skip transpilation based on the browser, I was planning on playing with that for a bit!
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 8
I do see the advantage of being able to see the exact source code. I can take a look whether we should maybe add another mode of evaluation based on whether the file has esmodules or not, and then append script tags to the dom.
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 8
I'm not sure how we would add globals like the HMR api. I do understand that production builds should support es6, but in our case we are just making a dev build. And since we evaluate each file separately with sourceURL they show up nicely in the devtools as separate files.
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 8
Our "bundler" is written in such a way that it uses "eval" to execute code. "Eval" doesn't support esmodules, but it does give us a bit more control, which makes it more efficient. Eg. we can reuse our calculated dependency graph, we can only evaluate files that we need.
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 7
Two technologies that impress me about their performance and scalibility every time: Elixir and Postgres
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 7
Replying to @cpojer
Yes!!
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 7
Heel gaaf!!
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Michel Weststrate Feb 6
My youngest had some troubles learning her number bonds, so I figured to hack something together on . 2 hours of work, hosted, no deploy process, works on mobile, installable as app. What a time to be alive 😍 /
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 5
Nice!! I love the version control!
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Kai Hao Feb 4
Another release: v0.5.0. With support for `file:` path schema for custom templates! 🔒 Version control the sandbox templates 👯 Easier collaborations for potential contributors Inspired by codesandboxer-fs and 's gatsby-remark-code-repls
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Ives van Hoorne Feb 4
I still had a tab open with the requests, and this is what I received. I can't repro it now with curl for the same URLs though...
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