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Justin Formentin
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Justin Formentin Dec 4
Replying to @thekitze
This is pretty bad. Why would knowledge and your title mean nothing if you don't create a business?
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Justin Formentin Dec 2
Replying to @js_tut
Yeah that's true
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Justin Formentin Dec 2
Replying to @js_tut
Definitely! I can't wait until we don't have to support browsers that don't have classes, because transpiled classes have so much more code it's ridiculous; that's really my main aversion.
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Justin Formentin Dec 2
Replying to @js_tut
Classes are just functions with some extra stuff! They're nice sometimes but you don't need them!
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Justin Formentin Nov 30
The issue is you'll quickly find out why things like React, Vue, Svelte, ng, etc are all similar. Eventually, you'll need a way to manage app state, lifecycles, etc. And then you run into complex philosophical decisions, and in the end you'll have another FW with unique syntax.
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Justin Formentin Nov 30
I don't know who in this conversation is angry, but ok.
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Justin Formentin Nov 30
"and second"
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Justin Formentin Nov 30
First of all, that's the exact same as "you told the joke wrong", so I don't see what you're getting at, and second, correcting A JOKE that isn't 100% technologically accurate is incredibly lame. There's a reason the "Well AKSHUALLY" meme exists.
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Justin Formentin Nov 30
I think it's appropriate for responding to a tweet that was basically "you told your joke wrong, here's the right way to tell it"
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Justin Formentin Nov 27
Yeah definitely! You'll be the first to know about it! Thanks for the idea
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Justin Formentin Nov 26
Replying to @freeCodeCamp
This is a little outdated. Both react and vue have been updated since this post.
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Justin Formentin Nov 26
Like when they gave almost $6 billion in stock for an idea they shuttered a year later. I bet Timothy Koogle still has nightmares about that deal.
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Justin Formentin Nov 24
Replying to @levelsio
What! An issue with a MacBook that should have been caught in QA? This is unheard of!
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Justin Formentin Nov 24
How do people deal with style encapsulation without using shadowDOM? It seems that there are a multiple options, but no "best" way.
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Justin Formentin Nov 23
Replying to @Rich_Harris
If you're (rightfully) apprehensive about WC because of shadowDOM, check out . Uses lit-element and it's basically lit-element with React hooks, but with optional shadowDOM and optional "virtual components", elements without DOM representation, like <></>.
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Justin Formentin Nov 23
Replying to @Rich_Harris @0ndras
Oh gotcha, yeah.
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Justin Formentin Nov 23
Replying to @Rich_Harris @0ndras
I'm not sure I understand your example. Im using web components in a project and svgs work totally fine. I agree with all the other points though.
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Rich Harris Nov 22
First thought when I saw was 'I wonder if this can be done in CSS' — apparently 's first thought was 'I'm going to do this in CSS':
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Justin Formentin Nov 22
Replying to @thekitze @sizzyapp
Man, everyone needs to quit hating on redux. You dont need to write a ton of code, you can key the state, use third party libraries for reducing repetition, etc. It's a tiny library, if anyone has a bad time with it it's because of them, not the library that does 3 things.
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Justin Formentin Nov 21
Eh, they just have to say that since it's not "done." but really, how is the `import ... from` syntax going to change?
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