Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Jiří Špác 7h
I bet you it is. If you use this almost impossible to bump into.
Reply Retweet Like
Michel Weststrate 4h
Last argument is true for *any* framework, including React itself. (and I don't see what popularity has to do with this thread, we are not discussing whether one wants or must use , just whether it would solve it, even regardless whether it would solve it *better*).
Reply Retweet Like
React Podcast 1h
📣 Listen to React Podcast 51 🚨 Michel Westrate Wants You To Stop Writing State Reducers 🎙 💬 The power of metaphor, "spread hell", dev patterns, and never writing another state reducer... 🏷 🔗
Reply Retweet Like
Ashlee Boyer 10h
I'm reading 's (CEO of ) book immediately. The event tonight was definitely a huge highlight of this week! I also learned a bunch of cool things about and at work today. 😉 See more about day 3 in here! 👇🏻
Reply Retweet Like
Кевин Jun 17
. I hope this can be availed on YouTube, especially, just a whole setup of with + , from scratch to a minimal running app. I have been dying trying to set it for the past 4 days, so I restored to just do the the good ol' React+ES6+MobX. Thanks!
Reply Retweet Like
Кевин 24h
So will we see something??? any ideas on how to wire up with and ??? Help needed!!
Reply Retweet Like
Michael Bui Jun 15
Started create a application template with bottom navigation, .dart and provider here . Intro post can be found here
Reply Retweet Like
Jiří Špác 7h
I agree with . should give you state management primitives that fit into the JS language better. is one such tool.
Reply Retweet Like
Michel Weststrate 6h
The interesting philosophical problem of course is who's problem it is 1 - the user should optimize once needed (React.memo etc) 2 - the framework should do it OOTB () 3 - the framework should not VDOM/reconcile in the first place ()
Reply Retweet Like
Morioh Jun 18
Redux Vs. Mobx – What Should I Pick For My Web App? ☞
Reply Retweet Like
Eugene Larkin Jun 14
Wow, MobX look like nice. Store like POJO so interesting.
Reply Retweet Like
Michel Weststrate Jun 17
In case you are diving into Flutter + , here is a tutorial:
Reply Retweet Like
GeekyAnts Jun 11
Talk on "MobX vs Redux vs Mobx State Tree" by is now available on Topics Covered: ✅ State ✅ Nested Components ✅ Redux ✅ MobX ✅ Redux vs MobX ✅ MST Detailed description available here:
Reply Retweet Like
Janos Jarecsni Jun 13
Last night I’ve managed to migrate a mid sized Redux project to MobX (no MST as I prefer classes and annotations 🙃 -easier on the eye imho). The code just flows naturally, the concepts, logic all super simple. Massive thanks to and the people in the community!
Reply Retweet Like
basarat Jun 12
is amazing and simple. Thanks 🌹❤️
Reply Retweet Like
Release Butler Jun 17
🔥 New MobX Release 🚀 📦 4.11.0 ✨ FEATURE RELEASE 🎉🎉 🏷️ 🔗
Reply Retweet Like
Yusuke kita Jun 10
MobX: Ten minute introduction to MobX and React via
Reply Retweet Like
Thomas Pucci Jun 12
I have been working on a x x experiment recently called `react-gondola` 😊 very proud that is my first beta tester 🎉
Reply Retweet Like
Cristian Salcescu 2h
Store is not the same thing as state. State is data that is stored. The store is the object storing and managing the state data.
Reply Retweet Like
Cristian Salcescu 2h
Don't confuse the Redux Store with one global object anyone can change. Data can be read only as an immutable object. Data can be changed only by dispatching actions.
Reply Retweet Like