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Lee Byron 12 Mar 17
Replying to @leeb
Use ? Just released v4.0.0-rc.2 with some improvements over the last RC! Please test and report issues
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Netlify 29 Aug 19
We loved this interview with our CEO & about how 's dashboard is a full + + app made for speed! 😎 Shoutouts to 's Immer, and in Oct!
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Lee Byron 10 Mar 17
🎉 Use ? Test out v4.0.0-rc.1 and report issues! Massively improved and defs!
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Lee Byron 12 Oct 17
I'm working on an update that will allow using plain JS objects nested in Immutable structures as an alternative to Records, and a functional get/set/getIn/setIn API. Thoughts?
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Elie Rotenberg 27 Dec 14
Remutable JS, the missing data structure.
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Lee Byron 14 Oct 17
Was just reminded of this SO answer on short-cut-fusion and iterable composition in . Still good! (Thanks )
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arqex 26 Feb 15
Freezer.js a lightweight and eventful alternative to Make your apps embrace immutability!
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Arnaud 🦥 17 Dec 16
Saturday morning OSS I just published immutable-partition a small but handy helper around
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Francisco Tolmasky 16 Jul 19
We just shipped enhanced support in RunKit!
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Renaud Tertrais 27 Sep 17
I'm a bit late, but thanks so much for relicensing to MIT!
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Taras Mankovski #BlackLivesMatter 21 Apr 17
“Intro to Immutable Record with TypeScript” Part 1: Part 2:
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Alex 13 Mar 17
Bulletproof Enums using Records and Flow /cc
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Packt 3 Nov 17
Use to build powerful and scalable apps with in today's :
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Pablo Magaz 22 Aug 16
We have updated our platform including , , and more!
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Jan Killian 27 Oct 16
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Lee Byron 25 Jun 16
Perf tip for : avoid .toJS() .toObject() and .toArray() all slow full-copy operations which render structural sharing useless.
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Alessandro Arnodo 20 Feb 15
Here is my attempt to play with credits go to and
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Phil Pluckthun 1 Aug 16
Yay, extendable immutable.js types that neither break inheritance nor any method 🎊
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MW 5 Jan 18
Replying to @mweststrate
In perspective: That is twice as fast as with withMutations. "Which is slow" - nobody said ever. Clearly, it is just a single benchmark. Just want to point out that performance can't be an excuse to not use it anymore... 😅
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Jeremy Martin 24 Oct 14
Was just mulling about Om-inspired state management for using (seriously), when suddenly:
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