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jordwalke
Maker of things: ReactJS. Working on: . At: Facebook Engineering.
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Zach Ploskey 8h
Does your -area company use or ? Consider helping the community by providing space for the first Seattle ReasonML/OCaml Meetup on 10/4 and we will make you an official sponsor!
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Jared Forsyth 24h
Sooo I got nerdsniped by again, and ended up building a type-driven codemod tool for 😅 here's an example of what it looks like to use. I think this has lots of potential!
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jordwalke Sep 24
I wonder if you could inline the fonts with data URIs
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jordwalke Sep 24
Replying to @wincent
Yeah dial that back a bit
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jordwalke Sep 23
Who wants to see what kind of React apps comes up with? Whatever it is, you know it’s going to be Kanye Oriented Programming.
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jordwalke Sep 20
What's the best fixed width programming font?
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jordwalke Sep 17
If you reevaluate every frame doesn’t it avoid that problem? Or rather it should do as well as any alternative approach?
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jordwalke Sep 17
Replying to @rgrinb @testcross
We should detect if formatting for the sake of running as a preprocessor and strip the purely stylistic ppx attributes like raw literal string book keeping.
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jordwalke Sep 17
Replying to @rgrinb @testcross
The raw literal attributes should be stripped. Pull request welcomed!
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jordwalke Sep 16
Replying to @_vramana @_chenglou
Haven't seen this yet!
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jordwalke Sep 16
Replying to @_chenglou
Shared element transitions are some of the hardest to implement. Maybe the next UI framework should start there and tack everything else onto it after the fact, instead of the reverse.
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jordwalke Sep 15
The struggle is real.
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ReactAlicante ⚛️🌞🥘 Sep 15
Do you use TypeScript or Flow? Interested in ReasonML? There we go with
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @ddunderfelt
I noticed that “half-imations” that I mentioned in another comment have the effect that makes me think it animated in the wrong direction for some reason.
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @honze_net
And frame alignment with vsync! Only truth is what the camera sees imho. Very hard to set up tests for that
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @jamiebuilds
And yes I might as well be shouting into the Wendy's drive through window.
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @jordwalke
There's "half-imations" such as maximize/minimize anims. It immediately snaps half of the way to destination, then animates the remaining half?! Here's a screenshot of the moment it "snaps" 50%. Can tell something's wrong when you see it. Just feels janky. Here's what I found:
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @MicrosoftEdge
In , type in the url bar, and there’s a distracting animation that occurs when results come in. But then when deleting the input it flashes white for a couple frames before animating back out. I could see with my eyes but confirmed w high speed 240fps camera.
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @wokalski
It would also require an organizational solution in their case: you need someone with enough influence to tell all the other orgs what to fix, enough taste to know what needs to be fixed. Even the first seems unlikely at that scale.
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jordwalke Sep 15
Replying to @jordwalke
I think one problem is that not everyone can even detect frame drops or a frame or two of discontinuity with their eyes. How do you convince someone that something they can’t even see needs to be fixed because a portion of the users can see it or at least perceive it?
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