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Henrik Joreteg
Progressive Web App developer, consultant, author, educator, and immigrant. Architected Starbucks' PWA. Read my latest book free:
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Henrik Joreteg 13h
Replying to @robertnyman
Oh yeah... that's some seriously fancy coffee 👌
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Henrik Joreteg 23h
Replying to @phil_lgr
I'm not sure I follow, what do you mean you pair a middleware for each reducer?
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Henrik Joreteg 23h
Is anyone surprised by this?
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Henrik Joreteg 24h
Replying to @markpalfreeman
I experienced the same weird bug and reaction. Lol
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
I do this all the time, template strings FTW.
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @dangitdennis
I do redux-bundler + Preact (only 3kb) works great. Plus, there's nothing saying you can't still make graphql calls without a whole client side graphql lib...
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @ekarlsso @mathisonian
That'll work just fine, it's just a better, cleaned up API for sharing state with a component tree. The old one wasn't so great.
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @ccnokes
😂
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @Andersos
That's annoying, sorry for the trouble. I'm using gitbook to generate that site. Perhaps it's a bit too heavy.
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @Andersos
I just opened it in 3 different phones running iOS without issue. Not sure what is going on there...
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @Andersos
Hmm.... very strange. Anyway, it's all here:
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @mathisonian
React context or.... something
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
Replying to @HenrikJoreteg
Being able to explicitly transfer state like that is super slick. If you're curious, I organize my state with redux-bundler:
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 11
The cool kids have "moved on" from using a single state object to store app state. But, I just wrote a remote PDF rendering service that opens my app in puppeteer and injects my state object from the same app to recreate the app state on the remote service to render a PDF ⚡👌🔥
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 10
Replying to @viviancromwell
The organized-by-color bookshelf! 👌
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 10
Haven't tried it yet
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 10
I've now written a fair bit of code with it. Definitely takes a little getting used to new keyboard shortcuts and stuff but overall I'm digging it. But, prepared for a transition period.
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Thomas Steiner Dec 10
Regarding ’s tweet quoted below, I wrote a 👉 paper about Service Worker APIs and Progressive Web App features in general that are available (or not ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) in Web Views: [PDF] 📝
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 10
Replying to @ostrio_service
I'm well aware of the technique, thanks. But it doesn't always work as well for sites with huge numbers of dynamic frequently changing pages. Say, for instance, the giant ecommerce platform I'm working with currently.
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Henrik Joreteg Dec 9
Replying to @firt
My main gripe is the fact that no one else is allowed to build a real browser for their platform.
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