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vjeux ✪
Frenchy Front-end Engineer at Facebook. Working on React, React Native, Prettier, Yoga, Nuclide and some other cool stuff...
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vjeux ✪ 11h
Replying to @sebmarkbage
But it can stop people from writing code that would prevent optimizations. For example if you always use an array with ints, then you can pack it. But the moment you are passing this array to something that accepts mixed, you either need to pay a copy or to always box.
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Pinterest Eng 15h
Today we're sharing a one year retrospective ​on building a progressive web app, which helps our users in low-bandwidth environments with low storage easily use by
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Facebook Engineering Jul 19
We are open-sourcing oomd, a faster, more reliable solution to common out-of-memory (OOM) situations that works in userspace rather than in kernelspace. We use oomd at Facebook and are excited to help the community find a more flexible solution for OOMs:
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Ben Hughes Jul 18
I’ve spent this year working on ’s Node Server Side Rendering configuration. We just published a blog post on what we found.
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Leland Richardson Jul 18
wow. this is an **excellent** blog post on the amount of work that goes in to a polished user interface, a la Google Photos.
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Riot Games Jul 17
How does Riot handle cheaters? Read this article by to learn more about the technical problem space behind our anti-cheat solution.
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Jordan ⚡️ Eldredge Jul 17
📣 It's finally here! has integrated "ButterChurn", his spectacular WebGL clone of MikDrop, into (Firefox/Chrome only) To celebrate, here's a thread showing some of the awesome things it can do.
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Equipe de France ⭐⭐ Jul 15
CHAMPIONS DU MONNNNNNNNNNNDE ⭐⭐
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Workplace by FB Jul 16
Congratulations ! We're proud to support this winning team with Workplace.
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Amjad Masad Jul 16
More mad science: - get a bash via - run browsh (text browser) - load up - run python program 🙃
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Ives van Hoorne Jul 16
🌈 Introducing Themes to CodeSandbox! 🌈 - Theme your editor with any existing theme available - Support for white themes - Updated editor with iPad keyboard support This is made possible using WebAssembly and by . Huge thanks to both!
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Guillermo Rauch Jul 16
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vjeux ✪ Jul 14
Replying to @wincent
You’ll be missed!
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Vincent Riemer Jul 13
It wouldn’t be a true React editor if it didn’t have builtin formatting would it?
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vjeux ✪ Jul 13
Replying to @chofter @Firebase
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vjeux ✪ Jul 13
Replying to @chofter
If they're not using "use strict", there's a good chance you can modify the internals of firestore without changing the source code with
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Antin Harasymiv Jul 10
A few years ago I had the privilege of working on the Google Photos web UI. Here is some of how it works.
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vjeux ✪ Jul 13
Replying to @chofter
Doing it at unix level may be useful as well:
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vjeux ✪ Jul 13
Replying to @chofter
But you will probably have a better time reverse engineering what's the test firebase is using to determine connectivity and monkey patch only the minimum to make it believe there's none.
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vjeux ✪ Jul 13
Replying to @chofter
I stopped in the process realizing that I wouldn't be able to prevent everything. But the code there works, though it's going to be very inefficient. It inspects the stack trace of every single wrapped call in order to figure out if it's called from the stdlib or user code
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