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Henrik Joreteg
PWA developer, consultant, author, and immigrant. Architected Starbucks' PWA. Owner: My latest book:
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Henrik Joreteg 17h
Replying to @bph
That's a good thought. I'll put this on my blog, thanks!
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 18
Replying to @nekrtemplar
I'm just sharing my experience and trying to distill it down to something useful to others. if it doesn't apply to you, ignore it.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 18
Replying to @nekrtemplar
I disagree. There's no need to BS if you trust your ability to learn what's required to solve the problem you're presented with.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 18
A young developer wrote me an email asking for career advice. This was my response:
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
Comments like this are what make open sourcing something fun:
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
If you want to use react hooks with redux-bundler, check out this adapter: Also, I plan on making one for Preact once Preact X lands.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
Replying to @acemarke
That said, I think this is an issue that should be addressed. One way I'd yo do a window-level error handler that checks for blank screens and essentially shows what amounts to a client side 500 with an escape hatch.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
Replying to @acemarke
I haven't worked on it for over a year and a half now. Not quite sure what's happening there.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 17
Replying to @biznuge
No, not super frequent, and I usually know what triggered it.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 16
Replying to @HenrikJoreteg
For me, it has to be fairly intense. Like heartrate 150+ and works best if I can spend at least 25 minutes. Which can be inconvenient at times, but is better than losing my whole day feeling terrible. Anyway, hope this helps someone...
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 16
Replying to @HenrikJoreteg
You probably follow me for JS, but I've talked to lots of devs who suffer from headaches, so I thought I'd pass this on. I've checked with friends in the medical field. Science seems to back this up. Exercise releases endorphins (painkillers) and increases oxygen circulation.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 16
I get debilitating headaches. But... I've found something that consistently works for me even when medication doesn't: intense exercise. It's usually the last thing that feel like doing, but within 5 min of running I'm feeling better, and after 20 it's usually gone.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 15
Replying to @lowski_
You certainly can. It may be a bit too high-level for more complex stuff. It's great for data you're just reading and displaying that you want to keep up to date. But since it just returns an object, you can add whatever other action creators or selectors to it.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 15
I'm all for this:
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 14
Replying to @HenrikJoreteg
None of these are great options:
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 14
Seriously, the lack of proper line clamping solutions is a blight on the web platform. It's the kind of thing that feels like it should have been solved years ago. If you're unfamiliar, the idea is: show 2 lines of a dynamic block of text, then show ellipsis on last line.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 14
Replying to @AnandWrites
Don't get me wrong, I think it's necessary change. I'm just curious to hear your take on this aspect of it.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 14
Replying to @AnandWrites
With this level of change, I'm curious are you concerned at all about any turmoil resulting from this type of huge shift.
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Henrik Joreteg Feb 14
Congrats! This has come so far! You're killing it!
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