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Brad Frost
I am a web designer, speaker, writer, consultant, and musician in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA. Author of Atomic Design.
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Brad Frost 46m
Replying to @karolus
Should have said "Bumpy" or "Not Bumpy"
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Replying to @ryansolida
Bumpy.
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swervin merv Mar 19
EVERYBODY google “florida man” followed by your birthday (florida man august 22) and tell me what you get. mine is Florida Man tries to attack neighbor with tractor
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Brad Frost 1h
Replying to @pixelmelter
Yep that's what they're doing. Round 1 is on, but there's still some peaks and valleys. Fingers crossed another round gets it close.
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Brad Frost 1h
Replying to @Binarytales
Hey now there's a concept!
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Brad Frost 1h
Replying to @scottjenson
Round 1 of leveling cement done. Still some of this though
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Brad Frost 1h
Replying to @scottjenson
Hoping a round or two of leveling cement does the trick.
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Brad Frost 1h
Replying to @graphicsjay
IVE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE ON THAT SHOW
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Brad Frost 1h
If you hired a contractor to put in a cement floor, should they make that floor flat or not flat? (Just checking my sanity here)
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Mark Dalgleish Mar 20
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Brad Frost 2h
Replying to @davatron5000
Oh holy shit
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Brad Frost 13h
Thanks a ton!
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Brad Frost 13h
Replying to @_alanbsmith
All good! Thanks for all the help. I'm going to tinker and will try to report back on where I land.
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Brad Frost 13h
Ah, wonderful! That `.then()` was the missing piece. I was confused as to why .lazy didn't seem to have a callback or something, but it looks like the Promise is the thing that handles that. (Note to self, read about Promises)
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Brad Frost 13h
Replying to @_alanbsmith
Yeah so I'm thinking I need to run react-docgen on the design system's components, publish the docs files with the components, then pull those into the style guide from there. Sound right?
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Brad Frost 13h
Replying to @Mo_Vengeance
Yeah, we're creating a totally custom style guide website, so I'm not looking to use something like Styleguidist. But that doesn't mean I can't mine it for inspiration! Thanks for sharing.
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Brad Frost 13h
Replying to @cluffpost
Yeah that returns undefined for me. That's what I was hoping for!
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Brad Frost 13h
Replying to @_alanbsmith
Yeah, I think that's right! I guess I'm struggling with how to take a dynamically-imported component and then do something with it (like run it through React Docgen)
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