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Jayden Seric
JavaScript engineer, GraphQL multipart request (file uploads) spec author 🇦🇺
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Jesse Rosenberger Aug 22
Maintaining eight HTTP framework integrations within Server 2.x has, at times, been tough 🥵, but I think there's a more maintainable option for AS3 which also opens future feature doors. 🤲🏼🧠🛠 Feedback appreciated!
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GitHub Aug 21
Staying on top of which issues are closed by which pull requests just got a bit easier. Now you'll see an indicator in your issue headers when the issue may be fixed or closed by a pull request.
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React Aug 15
Today we’re releasing a brand new version of React DevTools, rewritten from scratch for new features and better performance. Read all about it in the new blog post by !
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Prisma Aug 14
🤝 The Guild Takes over Development of the GraphQL CLI & Other Libraries (by from )
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isaacs 💙💜💖🏳️‍🌈 Aug 13
npm CLI Roadmap - Summer 2019
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React Aug 8
React 16.9 is now available! It contains several new features, bugfixes, and new deprecation warnings to help prepare for a future major release. Learn all about it on our blog:
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GitHub Aug 8
GitHub Actions now includes our most-requested feature: built-in CI/CD. Oh, and it’s free for open source. ❤️
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ZEIT Aug 7
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GraphQL Melbourne Jul 28
Join us at GraphQL Melbourne, September 4. Presentations by and
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Node.js Jul 23
New Node.js version out now!
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Jayden Seric Jul 23
Replying to @vincentriemer
I iterated on the schema design, and in the end this worked best:
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Jayden Seric Jul 23
Replying to @vincentriemer
If you use a <picture> tag to load .webp with a .jpg fallback, it is best to preload the desired format and accept that users with shitty browsers are going to cop a download of a redundant asset.
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Jayden Seric Jul 23
Replying to @vincentriemer
In addition to Link rel=preload there is dns-prefetch, preconnect, prefetch, modulepreload and prerender. preload and prefetch are the most useful, and for cross browser support you might consider using both at once.
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Jayden Seric Jul 23
Replying to @vincentriemer
In SSR relevant Link header links need to be combined and forwarded from GraphQL responses to the page response. next-graphql-react does this automatically for Next.js graphql-react users:
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Jayden Seric Jul 23
Replying to @vincentriemer
I had the same idea the other week and excitedly rushed it to production. You can see it all in action here:
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Thomas Hunter II Jul 12
Meet Osgood, the OSS project I've been working on lately. It's a platform for running JavaScript on the server and has an emphasis on security. The GitHub repo has a wiki with tons of docs and there are multiple example apps.
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Jayden Seric Jul 10
Replying to @meligatt @melbjs and 3 others
Awesome 🙌 Message me if you run into any troubles :)
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ZEIT Jul 8
Next.js 9: ⬩ Built-in Zero-Config TypeScript Support ⬩ File system-Based Dynamic Routing ⬩ Automatic Static Optimization ⬩ API Routes ⬩ Improved DX ⬩ More Production Optimizations ⬩ Build Output Statistics ⬩ Google Chrome Collaboration
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Jayden Seric Jun 30
Replying to @benawad97
There are types:
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Jayden Seric Jun 30
Replying to @benawad97
My app pages tend to have ~100 kB initial JS load, with only around ~3 kB each additional route. See for yourself how well graphql-react performs:
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