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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠
Computer Engineering MSc student at Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 7h
Replying to @NicoloRibaudo
I see. Thanks for discussing!
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 8h
Replying to @NicoloRibaudo
I鈥檓 not sure if @babel/helper-define-polyfill-provider serves that purpose. It could be very flexible if libraries imported polyfills from a facade package and let consumers decide about which polyfills to use.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 8h
Replying to @NicoloRibaudo
I was tinkering with an other approach. Using the provider鈥揷onsumer pattern, library authors could refer to a polyfill of choice through a facade package, which would default to e.g. babel-plugin-polyfill-corejs3 unless overridden. Package transpilation wouldn鈥檛 be necessary.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 16h
Replying to @NicoloRibaudo
Great job! Very excited about the new polyfills architecture. However, I鈥檓 a bit concerned about which implementations lib authors will prefer. Is it possible that a polyfill for a given function would be included e.g. from both core-js@3 and es-shims?
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 22h
I totally agree with you on that. It鈥檚 a very sad phenomenon, indeed, and people should get called out on that behavior.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 22h
If only you knew me even a bit, you would know how far my views are from what you鈥檙e trying to say about me. Regardless the color of anyone鈥檚 skin, I assume everyone is a good person by default. I find it a disgrace to be treated like that for generally being in good faith.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 22h
Replying to @kefimochi @sebmck and 2 others
I don鈥檛 understand how race gets involved into this. I wanted to express my own thoughts and hinted that I could be wrong. Please be reminded that I have zero tolerance against discrimination of any kind. I respect everyone regardless of race, religion, gender or sexuality.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
ESM without a flag sounds very promising for the ecosystem. The previous LTS, Node.js 10 will become obsolete in Apr 2021. All in all, we鈥檒l finally be able to distribute ES modules in libraries without transpiling JS code.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
Replying to @sebmck
That鈥檚 not okay. I would be curious to hear more details about your case. For instance, the interactions you are referring to. Have you asked organizers not to mention your age back then? Do you think someone would try to deliberately minimize your achievements for being young?
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
You may have highlighted a problem others haven鈥檛 thought of before. I鈥檓 confident that conference organizers won鈥檛 mention your age if you explicitly ask them not to. Most people don鈥檛 have prior experiences about binding age to their abilities. However, they *do* respect you.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
I personally think he announced you as a young prodigy with his best intents. Quite possibly, he tried to emphasize you were exceptional, especially at your age. Opinions might change over time. I don鈥檛 think someone would ever refer to your youth directly since your blog post.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
This is a great inspiration to build better tooling for distributing npm packages. I鈥檓 on it, and a release might happen next week 馃憖
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Michael Scharnagl May 25
Here鈥檚 what I didn鈥檛 know about 鈥渃ontent鈥
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 26
1. Clone the repo 2. Execute `yarn && yarn build` once 3. Navigate to 'example-nextjs' 4. Execute `yarn develop` Thank you for the suggestion, I鈥檒l consider renaming those scripts, adhering to Next.js conventions.
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Mustafa Enes May 25
So, I've been working on a tool to arrange the named CSS colors in a way that I see the similar colors together. Result was more impressive than I expected! I developed it using : And then, exported it to:
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 25
This is a really well-written article about atomic CSS-in-JS. I would recommend it to anyone who would like to read an overview about how these libraries work.
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 25
Lovely, thank you for the support!
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Umar Hansa May 25
Tip 馃挕锔 Here's a step-by-step animation of how the CSS box-shadow property works
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 24
Behold `:is(something, #鈥媉)`, the newest alternative for oddly increasing the specificity of a CSS selector. Check out this article for a blast from the past 馃槃
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Krist贸f Poduszl贸 馃寠 May 23
Replying to @flybayer @sebmck and 7 others
Surely, 240 chars are not even remotely enough to enumerate all the awesome projects being built
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