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shawn swyx wang Jul 31
If anyone is working on plugins/macros, just want to share this nifty little looksLike util from ' AST workshop - only 13 recursive LoC but very powerful for pattern-matching AST's. Should be built in. Lost a few mins finding it today
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Jason Miller 🦊⚛ Jul 31
It's time to enable modern JavaScript npm libraries. This post by explains the current state and ways forward. I think the combined solution is compelling.
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Huáng Jùnliàng Jul 30
We just released Babel 7.11.0! 🐠 `preset-env` supports logical assignment (`??=`), numeric separators (`4_2`) and namespace re-exports (`export * as ns`) 4️⃣ TypeScript 4.0 🧮 Parser Support for Stage 1 Decimal 🧐 Config Printing and Debugging
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Henry Jul 30
Chatting with about her upcoming book on open source and online communities, 📕 Working in Public! Have any specific questions or topics for us to discuss?
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Henry Jul 30
Will be updating episodes with more headings and notes like this one with . You can click the timestamp for each paragraph to play that section as well!
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Henry Jul 24
WIP: Aliased keywords in JavaScript! (for non-English languages). Try: Been on my mind after seeing requests over the years, so finally spent some time today hacking it together for fun: thanks , , for guiding🙌
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Daniel Ehrenberg Jul 21
What should be added to JavaScript next? Wrong answers only.
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Rob Palmer Jul 22
ECMAScript excitement 😉 TC39 has advanced the Record & Tuple proposal to Stage 2! This brings immutable datastructures to JavaScript. Congrats to my colleagues who are championing the proposal.
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Tan Li Hau 🤔 Jul 25
What if JavaScript has all the features we think we want? Do you think we deserve it? Here is a list of features you can bring into JavaScript with , who says you can’t write babel plugin for fun? 🤷‍♂️
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Huáng Jùnliàng Jul 21
Here is another Babel good first issue: adding logical assignments for preset-env:
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Huáng Jùnliàng Jul 21
We have a new Babel first issue:
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Huáng Jùnliàng May 29
We have a good first babel issue on transforming `this.#​x ??= 42`.
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Nicolò Ribaudo 🏳️‍🌈 May 26
We just released Babel 7.10.0, with many features! - 🎋 Better tree-shaking for React components - 🕵️ Support for `#​priv in obj` checks (Stage 1) - 🧪 Experimental improvements to polyfills support - ❔ `?.` compatibility with TS and private elements
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Henry May 26
New with on 98.css (76min)! We chat about motivation by nostalgia, pixel perfection as a standard, creating for fun, and satire at no one's expense! (and Guy Fieri wasn't the original choice for Babel's exports.guy 😮) Transcript:
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Babel May 18
We enabled discussions for the Babel repo!
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Brian Ng May 14
Big thanks to for supporting ! 🙏🙏🙏
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Henry May 13
New Podcast! (54min) Maybe you've heard of talks about metaphor, embodiment, and programming? We also recorded a podcast about it a few months ago! On Apple, Google, Spotify: Transcript:
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Henry May 13
Looking for some feedback on this idea for Babel 8: Introduce our breaking changes in v8 in a v7 patch under a env flag so integrations can migrate without needing to change versions. Any concerns or suggestions to help with this (our side or lib side)?
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Henry May 8
We created the repo a few years ago but ended up just making issues.. but we'll be posting more substantial changes here! Or if yall want to suggest ideas. RFCs repo:
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Vue Mastery Apr 30
In his talk, presents a view of programming that understands how abstraction relates and distances us to people over artifacts. 🚀 Check it out here 👇
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