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Nick Zuber
Introducing `add-reason` ✨🐙 A little tool that makes integrating code in existing JavaScript projects dead simple and easy. - Symlink compiled code - Generate basic config files - Automated and done in seconds yarn add global add-reason
:zap::squid: Dead simple tool for seamlessly integrating ReasonML into existing JavaScript projects. - nickzuber/add-reason
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Jonathan Avila 8 Feb 18
👀👀👀
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🇺🇦 Dmytro Gladkyi⚛️ 8 Feb 18
I integrate ReasonML code into our JS/TS without tools. bucklescript compiler creates *.bs.js files which can be imported or required as any other normal js module :)
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Alejandro Lopez 8 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
Wow! Thanks for making my life easier!
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Nick Zuber 8 Feb 18
Replying to @LopezA104 @reasonml
I’m glad you like it!
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Alejandro Lopez 8 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
Glad you made it!
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Patrick Stapfer 8 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
i am really confused by this tool... isn't the bucklescript compile-inline story not compelling enough yet?
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Patrick Stapfer 8 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
not hating, but it's another layer of abstraction which might cause frictions... simplicity of the bs-platform is one of the biggest selling points for me
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Nick Zuber 8 Feb 18
Replying to @ryyppy @reasonml
Funny you mention that, we're actually talking about implementing some of these features into the `-init` command for bs-platform!
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Patrick Stapfer 8 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
cool! the less tools needed to get up and running, the better 👌
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Alli Lahiff 17 Feb 18
Replying to @nick_zuber @reasonml
you are my hero
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