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Lenz Weber
developer at , sometimes speaker, sometimes teacher, doing mostly , and
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Lenz Weber 30m
Replying to @_baxuz
In light of that, I'd say library code size hasn't increased that much, while connections have gotten a lot better.
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Lenz Weber 31m
Replying to @_baxuz
And to set that in relation: that two to three times the size of jQuery without any plugins. So many sites out there use multiple versions of jQuery, just to be able to use two plugins they couldn't use otherwise.
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Lenz Weber 35m
Replying to @alfianguide @js_tut
Definitely makes for good comedy with a lot of instructors :D
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Lenz Weber 38m
Replying to @_baxuz
I'm counting 88.7kb. Actually building it, I get 66kb, so I guess that data isn't very accurate and some things will be tree-shaked. And yes, gzipped counts, web servers do that automatically on transit nowadays.
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Lenz Weber Feb 23
Replying to @WhyIsChester @housecor
🤷 If not spending a few hours to learn some new skills that might positively impact your value as a developer is worth a 1500$ premium to you, all the power to you.
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Lenz Weber Feb 23
Replying to @WhyIsChester @housecor
What's keeping you from using Linux? From my experience, software development is a nightmare both on Windows and OsX.
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Lenz Weber Feb 23
Replying to @EllieGSing
I have this one so I think it's perfectly fine.
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Lenz Weber Feb 22
Replying to @andrexish @acemarke
I just opened a PR to add these APIs to the "usage with TypeScript" section in the docs. It would be great if you could give them a read & check if I missed something:
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Taylor Lorenz Feb 21
Tired: Fully electric 0 emission cars Wired:
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Lenz Weber Feb 22
Replying to @Jayphen
Damn, it's a real problem when things like that make it into documentation 😕
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Lenz Weber Feb 22
Replying to @Jayphen
Is it really taught like that or is it one-off behavior that just works accidentally like that?
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Lenz Weber Feb 22
Replying to @Jayphen
Shouldn't it be `&:hover` to be unambiguous? The stylish behavior looks wrong to me.
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Mark Erikson Feb 21
Just published Redux Toolkit v1.3.0-alpha.9, which forks and inlines the immutable middleware and DevTools setup dependencies to ensure they're properly stripped in prod. This shrinks bundle sizes by about 2.5K min:
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
Besides "web", I'm doing DevOps, a little App development and whatever just looks interesting at the moment. Definitely no single stack. But there should not be any need to list any of this, because it just doesn't add to all the discussion or the point I was trying to make.
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
In JS alone, you can go from "cli" to "server" to "frontend", and each of those has frameworks to choose from that are more distinct from each other than most programming languages are. And of course I've done more in "web", it's just not relevant to me right now.
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
Cheers to that. But: How did you get the idea I was single stack? I listed php and JS, yes, because those two seemed most relevant for this discussion and twitter has a character limit. But even if I would stay within these languages, there's not a "single stack" there!
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
ES11 is just around the corner 😁
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
Things in my (and many other's) Twitter feed have only a second or so of getting noticed. And as I'm not a ruby dev, I'd usually scroll past ruby, because there's lots of more relevant content right next to it.
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
But, all this discussion is really missing my initial point. I was merely trying to point out that he forgot to mention the language his tool was written for, but mentioned a different language. Which might make people otherwise interested not notice and walk away.
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Lenz Weber Feb 21
Replying to @guyzmo @xac and 2 others
You are aware we have this discussion below a node-recreation of a decade-old framework? These tools are available almost independently of language nowadays. If you're not doing bleeding edge, it's much more important what your team is comfortable with.
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