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Kent C. Dodds
Making software development more accessible · Husband, Father, Mormon, Teacher, OSS, GDE, · ·
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Kent C. Dodds 3h
Looks like it should work. Did you try the fireEvent utility?
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Kent C. Dodds 5h
Replying to @_greggb
You can do it! Enjoy!
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Nicolas de Thoré Apr 19
Went off track the past couple days to solve a looong time pet peeve of mine: cycling through 30+ tabs to find the one you’re looking for…💀 Made a chrome extension that let’s you search and navigate to right tab in a few keystrokes.
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Kent C. Dodds 7h
Replying to @malloc007
Totally
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Brian Vaughn 10h
🙂  is such a pleasure to work with. It's dramatically improved my experience of sharing ideas and responding to online questions, and it continues to get better. Hats off to 👍
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Kent C. Dodds 8h
Replying to @Vnctaing
But my courses are normally focused so this wouldn't include stuff like syntax for declaring a variable or anything.
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Kent C. Dodds 8h
Replying to @Vnctaing
Potentially
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Kent C. Dodds 9h
Replying to @jamonholmgren @SlackHQ
Working down their tech debt maybe?
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Kitze 18h
📣 Yo speakers, attendees, and conference organizers! I spoke at a bunch of conferences in the last 2 years so I made a little document where we can list the things that can make a conference amazing for everyone! 😁 Help me to make it better 🙏
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Max Stoiber 20h
This article by is a must-read for any web application engineer. 👏👏👏
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Kent C. Dodds 10h
Replying to @kentcdodds
I'm pretty sure all topics would be taught in the context of React. It'd be very practical in that way. So if there's a JavaScript concept that you don't bump into when working with react it wouldn't be included.
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Kent C. Dodds 11h
🤔 💡 An idea just occurred to me for a new course I think I'd call: "Essential JavaScript." It would have lessons for fundamental JavaScript/DOM APIs/etc. that I think you should know if you want to use React effectively. What should be included? Think FUNDAMENTAL.
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Vala Afshar Apr 20
Just a guy in Brazil dropping something 🇧🇷⚽️
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egghead.io 11h
The Beginner's Guide to React - course by
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Sarah Drasner 15h
I had a dream last night that was my plumber, and he was under my sink, and JavaScript was coming out instead of water. He looks up at me and says “oh I see, you have a memory leak”
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Kent C. Dodds 16h
Ha! Yes!
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Kent C. Dodds Apr 20
I'm not suggesting that at all. People want to ship stuff because it's fun and I have no problem with that. I'm just talking about if people really want to up their React game, learning JS is a good way to do it.
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Kent C. Dodds Apr 20
Replying to @colebemis
Honestly, I've rarely used react-test-renderer, so I'm not sure what the snapshot looks like, but if it's any different from snapshotting a DOM node, then it's probably including implementation details.
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Kent C. Dodds Apr 20
Replying to @colebemis
The example in the README shows how. My blog has a post about snapshots that you might find interesting.
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Sarah Rose Apr 19
soooo, I no longer feel like a crazy person for losing random socks...
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