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dwelle
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dwelle Nov 23
There's a request for that, but it turned out much more complex. Right now we've deprioritized this ourselves.
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dwelle Nov 23
❤️ Looking at your diagrams, how was your experience with arrow binding, on the whole?
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dwelle Nov 22
Replying to @excalidraw @mdgs46
This issue is up for grabs :)
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dwelle Nov 22
Replying to @dai_shi @sreekar339
Good benchmark would be running Excalidraw on it.
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dwelle Nov 20
can we get an option to show full URLs (including protocol), same as does? The url jumping under cursor when trying to select/copy part of it is really bad.
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dwelle Nov 19
Valtio looks cool. is on 🔥 (and has been for quite some time).
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dwelle Nov 17
Right, although WeakRef is intended for very specific, low-level use cases. What you describe is an inverse relationship for which using (Weak)Maps isn't a best fit to begin with (as you say), and I'd argue an edge case as well. But I may be proven wrong :).
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dwelle Nov 17
Isn't that working as intended? Presumably, if you're keying B by A, you don't want B to be lost when A is still around (so that you can still access via the WeakMap).
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dwelle Nov 16
Can you elaborate the first point? In what case is the value not GCed when the key is GCed (apart, of course, when you keep a reference to the value elsewhere)?
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dwelle Nov 8
Replying to @dluzar
maybe it was about preferring functions instead of arrow funcs, but can't find that tweet either🤷‍♂️
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dwelle Nov 8
am I mistaken, or were you recently promoting the use of default exports? I wanna go the other way round and forbid it, but wanna check if there are any benefits to default exports. Can't find the damn tweet.
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dwelle Nov 6
Replying to @yoavweiss @tomayac
I don't imagine you'd ship the OT into production if you could easily implement the layout without it.
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dwelle Nov 6
Replying to @yoavweiss @tomayac
IMO OT isn't a good fit for CSS features. If your layout fundamentally breaks during the acceptance interim period, that would not be nice.
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dwelle Nov 4
The tweet wording may have been better: before cmd+wheel zoomed on screen center, now it zooms on cursor position.
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dwelle Nov 4
Not a joke. Creating a cross-page spinner in React requires so many hacks (and even then it's not 100% by far). 😭
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dwelle Nov 2
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dwelle Oct 31
We discussed it but haven't settled on how it should work. Ideas welcome.
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dwelle Oct 27
Replying to @tomayac @webkit
What's the incentive for websites to opt-in? AFAIK they benefit from status quo because users click "consent" rather than jumping through the "view more" and unchecking checkboxes hoops all the time.
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dwelle Oct 27
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dwelle Oct 27
Replying to @TitianCernicova
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