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Raathi
Frontend ⚡️Mostly making things with JavaScript and React 🏗️ Building dev tools to make programming a little more fun
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Patryk Tomczyk 7h
Do you like unit tests? I really do. Done right are the best documentation for code. created a nice GUI for Jest tests called ⚡️Majestic. Just type in your project: ⌨️ npx majestic 🔗
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Raathi 2h
Replying to @tomczykpatryk
Im glad that you are finding it useful 👍
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Raathi Dec 3
It's called "debugger canvas"
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Raathi Dec 3
Replying to @DavidKPiano
That's awesome. 👏 Is this inside vs-code? Would love to play around with it whenever it's ready.
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Raathi Dec 3
Replying to @capajj @dan_abramov
What I'm thinking of is a view that sits on the side and helps you along the way. This side view can be implemented via the WebView API of VSCode which allows you to embed any JS app in it.
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Raathi Dec 3
Replying to @dan_abramov
That's awesome! It would be interesting to build a VSCode extension for JS with just read-only bubbles as a start.
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Raathi Dec 3
Stumbled onto this IDE concept called "Code Bubbles", a research from 2010🤯 It makes it easier for developers to see many fragments of code at once without having to navigate back and forth. It's almost 2020 and why is this not a thing yet?
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Raathi Nov 16
Replying to @drosenwasser
Maybe but for Javascript? Particularly their "Co-pilot" feature which focuses on making documentation easily accessible.
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Raathi Nov 11
Replying to @DavidWells
Using for a project. Pleasant experience so far.
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Raathi Oct 30
Sourcetrail (), a source code visualization tool, is really impressive. Something like this for JavaScript would be 🥰. Also, check out the talk, “The Untapped Potential of Software Visualization” by the author of sourcetrail.
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Alex Reardon Oct 28
react-beautiful-dnd 12.0 is out!! 👾 Virtual list support: unlocking 10,000 items @ 60fps 🏃‍♀️ 30% faster + 40% less memory usage for everyone 🎮 New Sensor API 👶 New Cloning API ♿️ Accessibility overhaul with perfect lighthouse score 🎁 So much more 👉
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Raathi Oct 16
Replying to @PKodmad
Bookmarks are something I want to look into too :) Although curretnly I use which is line number based.
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Raathi Oct 16
Playing with a VSCode extension idea to make navigating codebases a little easier What if you could query your codebase like a database and create lists of things you care about so you don't have to rely on text search to find them? e.g: A list of UI components or redux actions
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Yohan Gomez Sep 14
🎁 Introducing Ornamentum: lightweight, feature-rich, highly configurable, UI framework agnostic, fully responsive data table. ⚡️ Reactive stream data binding 📈 Multi-column Sorting 💄 Theming and custom templating and much more
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Raathi Aug 6
Replying to @fwouts @tomWritesCode
Haha. Im keen to talk about using the vscode webview Api with React. Few learnings from
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Raathi Jul 9
Replying to @sebmck @glenathan
Is there a possibility to get involved and help with building the web UI somewhere in the future?
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Raathi Jun 21
Replying to @elijahmanor @code
Thanks for the shout out 🙂
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Raathi Jun 4
That's a good idea! Will add it to the roadmap along with Grid support where there should be an interactive way of defining grids than showing all possible properties.
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Raathi Jun 4
I'm really glad that you are finding it useful 🙌
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Raathi Jun 2
Replying to @real_kerim
I'm glad that you like it 🙂
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