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Jan Hesters
πŸ’»+πŸ“± Fullstack - πŸ‰ - Django - DRF - πŸ€“ - React -/ Native - πŸ’‘ - B. Sc. Physics - πŸ”₯ "You can do what you want but you cannot want what you want." - Scott Adams 🧐
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Jan Hesters Apr 19
Replying to @ValveNewsNetwor
Why is there german on the calender?
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Jan Hesters Apr 18
Replying to @dabit3 @chantastic
Great episode!
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Eric Elliott Apr 18
A callback is a function used by another function to signal when there is a result ready. You say, "do your job, call me when it's done."
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Jan Hesters Apr 18
Worst hashtag for a pro cilmate change movie? πŸ˜„
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Jan Hesters Apr 17
Replying to @glitch
Be brave enough to fail a lot. That's how you learn the most.
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Eric Elliott Apr 17
Better switch statements: * No break: return from every case body * Fall through only on empty cases * Compose functions to fight case bloat
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Jan Hesters Apr 17
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
*Technically some abstractions used for factory functions but they are usually simple: const createCounter = clickCount => render(<ClickCounter clicks={clickCount} />) ;
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Jan Hesters Apr 17
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
For me the solution is to split tests and code rationally. For React that would be to split in container / presentational components. Then write unit tests for presentational and pure logic and E2E tests for side effects and connections of the components. No abstractions needed.
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Jan Hesters Apr 17
Replying to @dabit3
Do these GraphQL changes apply retroactively to existing projects? If not, how do I migrate to get the same auth benefits?
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Jan Hesters Apr 16
Replying to @nikolas_chap @Suhail
Kein Spotify πŸ™„
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Jan Hesters Apr 16
Replying to @kentcdodds
I love these 'better questions'. Similar questions: Why are you motivated by desperation / doubt / fear? (Where do these emotions hold you back? Where are they useful?) What would have to change so you are driven by love and inspiration? How will you achieve these changes?
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Jan Hesters Apr 16
Genius way to put it. I love how hooks forces you to think more deeply about your code, your api and it's logical implications. Every API package that teaches you like that is a win for the developer who gets to use it.
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Hannes Petri Apr 16
Doing something "on mount" would be relying on React internals for application logic. Not wrong per se, but an indication that the approach could be improved. Maybe it'd help to describe the event in a more domain-centric way, such as doing it "when visiting a page"?
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Eric Elliott Apr 15
The only way I know of to make hard things easy is practice. With enough practice, hard, scary things become automatic.
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Jan Hesters Apr 15
Replying to @sophiebits
I love hooks. Good naming, good API. Good job! Thank you πŸ™πŸ»
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Jan Hesters Apr 15
Replying to @NERAKMusic
What a teaser 😁
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Nader Dabit Apr 15
Deploy a Custom Domain with CI / CD on AWS using the Amplify Console πŸš€ Adding a custom domain now only takes about 5 minutes (not counting DNS propagation). Check it out!
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Jan Hesters Apr 15
Replying to @ASpittel
Brains ignore the word 'don't' and other negatives: Meaning the subconscious of many people will understand this as 'be an asshole' πŸ˜„ Maybe 'Be Good' instead? πŸ€”
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Jan Hesters Apr 11
Replying to @nikolas_chap @ajlkn
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Jan Hesters Apr 10
Replying to @ValveNewsNetwor
Gabe Newell
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