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Paul Armstrong
Tech lead writing React.js ⚛ for the PWA (specializing in performance and dev productivity)
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Paul Armstrong 44m
Replying to @dan_abramov
Haven't seen that yet, but I have an idea as to the cause. Thanks for the rwport!
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Paul Armstrong 12h
Replying to @_DanielSinclair
Everything's working great for me on the same version. Happy to help debug. My DMs are open if you prefer 1-on-1. Just going through the motions: disable all extensions, restart the browser, ensure no other tabs open. Clear cookies/cache and log in fresh. Try private mode.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 19
Replying to @_DanielSinclair
If your system is locking up, there may be something bigger going on, but I'll take a look next time I'm at a computer.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 19
Replying to @_DanielSinclair @ws
Can you give me more specifics? Browser, version, what actions it's happening on? We haven't been hearing any cases like this, but happy to dig in to find out more.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 19
Replying to @ryanflorence
For applications, I use @babel/preset-typescript, which just strips types out (similar for @babel/preset-flow). Then it doesn't change your build or publish steps.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 18
How are you keeping state between two event handlers to know if a navigation event is in progress?
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Paul Armstrong Jan 18
"during navigation" == loading a page from network?
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Paul Armstrong Jan 18
Replying to @vincentriemer
We haven't modified the SW in a long time. Can you get me more details on the issue?
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Paul Armstrong Jan 17
I wish node's require resolution algorithm would have taken into account `Button/Button.js` and allow us to import without the duplicative filename (before checking index.js)
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Paul Armstrong Jan 17
Can't help but see this logo representing 4 people sitting at desks next to each other. Slack builds a tool for distributed teams, but you must be willing to relocate to SF in order to build that tool.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 17
There are a lot of great suggestions in this thread. They also apply to any level of a career in software development, not just in your first year.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
I've got mine working! I can share my settings with you tomorrow if you want to give it another go
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
Probably because you should have chosen vim. 🤣
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
I've been having good luck with Sublime Text and Typescript. I just couldn't switch to vscode. I tried really hard as well.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
Replying to @paularmstrong
I have a lot of other obligations and responsibilities, but I'm going to work to *make time* to help.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
It's really disheartening to see this and I hope we as a community can find ways to reach out, help more, and contribute back.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
Totally agree. The larger lesson and difficulty is that we need to stop thinking about building a "web app", but instead building an "app". We must realize that there are tradeoffs and some things may not be quick and simple, but there are solutions.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
Aphrodite is web only, afaik. Seems like it would cause problems down the road to diverge
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Paul Armstrong Jan 16
Hoverable is web-only. The Pressable replacement would remove that and be cross platform.
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Paul Armstrong Jan 15
How about a tasteful Mitch Hedburg style joke: I haven't shaved for 8 years... ...because that would be too long.
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