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MICHAEL JACKSON
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MICHAEL JACKSON 1h
Replying to @RReverser
BTW, I'm excited to give Cloudflare workers a try. Your idea to use the service worker API was brilliant πŸ˜ƒ
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MICHAEL JACKSON 1h
Replying to @RReverser
πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ You could totally be right. I'm just not 100% sold on it yet, I guess. Thanks for taking the time to explain your position πŸ˜…
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MICHAEL JACKSON 1h
Replying to @RReverser
Whenever I've had a module that I need to load dynamically, I've just created a separate build. It's usually based on something you can know up front at compile time anyway, so not necessary to do at runtime.
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MICHAEL JACKSON 1h
Replying to @RReverser
Isn't static analysis the main benefit of ES modules? The only other benefits I can think of are strict mode by default and local scoping. But those are easily addressed in other ways.
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MICHAEL JACKSON 1h
Seems like import() negates all the benefits we got from using ES modules in the first place. Like a relic from CommonJS that just won't die.
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MICHAEL JACKSON 9h
Replying to @cpojer @benadam11
So when it says "the JS bundler for React Native" you think it could actually be more? For web too?
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MICHAEL JACKSON 9h
Replying to @cpojer @skevy
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
Replying to @skevy
Ya, I have no idea. Maybe they're just not doing a ton of code splitting? That's where you run into the real problems, right? With many bundles?
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
Replying to @skevy @floydophone
I was talking to about this a while back. He had some ideas about building something in Rust that would be more performant than webpack...
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
Replying to @skevy
Doesn't look like it's built for web projects, but maybe you could adapt it?
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
Replying to @skevy
I think some projects at Google are using
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
No need to cc Sean. He stalks weback mentions like nobody's business πŸ•΅οΈ
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
Replying to @skevy
This is a question that I have too πŸ˜…
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MICHAEL JACKSON 10h
I'm such a huge fan of the new vocabulary words and actions to get it done
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MICHAEL JACKSON 12h
Replying to @mjackson
This feature has been a long time coming. Support for pointer events in React was first discussed back in Nov 2013 πŸ˜…
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MICHAEL JACKSON 12h
React 16.4 supports Pointer Events! Time for me to update
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MICHAEL JACKSON 13h
So. Many. Dogs. In Toronto. πŸΆπŸ’©
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MICHAEL JACKSON 14h
Replying to @_nickwalt
I think people just got excited when I showed that you can always create a HOF from a RP, but not the other way around. So RP are strictly more powerful. But I think there's room for both. Everyone just wants a silver bullet.
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MICHAEL JACKSON 14h
Replying to @theocdmormon
Oh no they didn't
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MICHAEL JACKSON 14h
Replying to @_nickwalt
Well, it depends on what you call the HOC. Some people say it is the function, some people say it is the component that is returned from the function. The way I see it, the HOC is a function that returns a component. Much like a HOF is a function that returns a function.
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