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Irem Lopsum
I have a thing for lots of things. UX/React Native developer
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Irem Lopsum Dec 5
Replying to @ASIEDUMARFO
Oh, since when are they Helsinki based?
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Irem Lopsum Dec 5
Thank you for being my top-streamed Artist of the Decade!
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Irem Lopsum Dec 4
Replying to @kkuldar
Wow
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Irem Lopsum Dec 3
Replying to @kentcdodds
What, I still do that.
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Irem Lopsum Dec 3
Replying to @TejasKumar_
Yeah, technical debt is disguised as agile.
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Irem Lopsum Dec 3
Replying to @GroundControl
- Sometimes I think I'm really smart, and I end up writing bad code - I don't know what I'm doing most of the time, I just have learned some patterns that worked in the past, I don't really know why they work - I'm bad at not working, I think and obsess about work all the time
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Irem Lopsum Dec 3
Replying to @TejasKumar_
What if the company doesn't care that the code isn't good? What if it's me who gets anxiety from this, because I know I could do so much better, but there's no budget for it.
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Irem Lopsum Dec 3
No one is using headphones? That feedback loop though
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @yousefelgoharyx
Well, yeah, but each animation state is tied to each chat item component. Something would have to be passed back.
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @yousefelgoharyx
As far as I understand that would require passing either the ref or the animatedValue reference to the parent to do this? Or did I misunderstand?
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @yousefelgoharyx
Not really sure what you mean, could you do a small code example?
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
Made a quick demo, imagine a chatbot list that gets items added as user interacts with it
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
But this wouldn't work with props right? I would have to use an internal state
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
Doesn't useEffect run after every render? I'm trying to avoid renders
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
Replying to @dan_abramov
The component itself is set to willComponentUpdate => false, I just want to see if there's an update so I could animate stuff on the native thread. What are my options of doing this with hooks?
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Irem Lopsum Dec 2
I have a question about hooks that no one seems to be able to answer for me. Quite often in react-native I use componentWillReceiveProps to capture that there was an update, and then use the animated api for an animation. The component.. 1/2
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Irem Lopsum Dec 1
Replying to @ken_wheeler
I recently bought a bunch of NI stuff and moved away from FL (after like 10 years of it). I have a whole new workflow to learn, but working on hardware feels so much better. I'm just sitting here recreating old Kanye beats like it's nothing
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Irem Lopsum Nov 28
Replying to @dan_abramov
I don't think the name should explain what the API does under the hood, but what I as a user want to achieve. Those who care and want to learn will anyways
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Irem Lopsum Nov 28
Replying to @dan_abramov
When I first started working with react, render function for me meant the place where I write things that appear. I didn't really know any coding or terminology. Render made sense to me. Even now that I understand how react works, I think it still should be render
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Bruno Nov 28
Hey May I borrow your for my portfolio? Don't worry, I won't break the glass.
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