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joelotter_ebooks Apr 17
Used for the ground - like all the best fiction.
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Ahmed Yasir Apr 17
I'm telling u. My computer is v slow. And I can't resist and
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Dave Apr 16
Okay world. Been thinking about this for a while. A tree of data which nests children maybe 6 levels deep. Do I use one reducer and manage the whole tree or should I use separate reducers per type and reference by ids?
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Vince Llauderes Apr 18
Tips in structuring your Redux application: ✅ Visualise your state tree. ✅ Design your reducers. ✅ Implement actions. ✅ Implement Presentations. ✅ Create a store on each state tree.
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Paul Marshall Apr 17
I like . I like . Together, we’re having some fun :-)
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Extreme Programmer 6h
Day 6: I've finished the React 5h course without a hitch. The only challenge now... Redux. If anyone got some good resources on they would be of great help.
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Freddie Carthy Apr 16
Curious how others out there have handled large data sets in when having to filter down to a subset of said data. What indexing strategies have you used?
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Nick Scialli Apr 20
Wowza, Redux devtools rock!
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Robert Harris Apr 21
Ive seen developers express dislike for quite a few times now as they feel it’s just another ceremony. “Did a thing, make an action creator to propagate result to store”. But It’s much more than that. Actions should be much more than that, they should do the action as well
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bixby Apr 22
Kneel
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Mustapha lounici 4h
my app dont work in browsers that dont have dev tools installed , is that normal ?
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Sean Groff Apr 15
Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer Redux !== useReducer
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tumblr themes.txt Apr 21
edit#(not really but it kinda looks like one so)
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Gerrit Alex 7h
Trying out storeon made me notice how much I grew to despise writing actions and HoC boilerplate with mapDispatchToProps/mapStateToProps in so little time. Let's see how far I get until I miss the redux ecosystem..
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Kunal Chawla 2h
Redux is easy. Just remember - The reducer is a (pure) function that takes the previous state and an action, and returns the modified state.
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James Priest 39m
r5d54 - Today's work was completing the Leaderboard view of my / by pulling data from the store🤓 Transformed the data by chaining - Object.values() - map() - sort() - reverse() - slice() Log: Notes:
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El Trapo Apr 18
I’m always thinking bout you. No matter what we goin thru. There’s nobody like, nobody like, nobody like you.
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Chris Asche 11h
We decided to structure our unit tests to tell a narrative: It is this It is doing this it should be doing this and this and this and finally this This means we're only placing one assertion (or expect) in each test case.
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Dawson B Apr 22
Redux sagas are hard for me. Anyone else find that the trade-off is not worth it in their projects? Team Thunk
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Pøøk WRLD Apr 17
You’re the worst thing that’s ever happened to me...
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