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Dr Martin Kleppmann 6h
Interesting article: what if software was more easily customisable, programmable, hackable by end users?
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Mike Fikes 11h
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Roman Liutikov 16h
Replying to @rofh
That happened a couple of times already, when I'm at home and my wife is calling on intercom. But yeah maybe it's some noise outside.
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Roman Liutikov 17h
Replying to @usernamus
I want an invite :)
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
It's always funny when my dog starts running to the door a moment before the ring bells. Apparently ringing starts on a frequencies that dogs can hear, but humans can't. That's probably what people mean by saying that dogs can "feel" something is coming.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @dan_abramov @mhuebert
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
Gonna watch this thread. Thanks!
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @dan_abramov
Agree. I'll raise this issue for particular use case. Thanks.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
Test would be great, indeed
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
At least for myself I don't see a point for building another Reagent that still relies on quirks that doesn't work with concurrent mode.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
With all that said I think we still have to experiment more with it and maybe ask React devs to clarify what is exactly unsafe to do in React with Hooks API.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
But then we have to rely on hacks such as storing deps in a ref and updating it during render which is unsafe in concurrent mode.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
Yeah, the whole idea for me was that using hooks would allow building components in such way that they play nicely with upcoming concurrent rendering in React.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
Replying to @mhuebert
Oh I get it know. I used to think hooks API will make it easier for cljs to integrate, but it looks like it's not entirely true.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 19
My coat knows a thing about engineering
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Roman Liutikov Mar 18
Replying to @mhuebert
Hm, what does that mean for cljs wrapper?
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Roman Liutikov Mar 18
Replying to @mhuebert
In docs they don't recommend setting a ref when render function executes, so I've tried to avoid it. It would be simpler without registry, but I'm not sure if this is safe.
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Roman Liutikov Mar 18
Are there modern dynamic languages successfully utilizing hash consing at the core?
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