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Ryan Florence 5h
Replying to @taylorfclark
Whew, that was rough to try to sell tickets there, I’d need a host willing to buy some tickets I think.
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Ryan Florence 5h
Replying to @acemarke
2 weeks late 😂
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FΞR😮SS  ❝ feross ❞ 15h
Sweet! When you run `npm publish`, the latest npm 6.0.0 shows which files are included in the package as well as total package size! ✨ Should help prevent sensitive or huge files from getting included by accident. This is a great change. 💪 Shrink those packages!
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Ryan Florence 5h
Replying to @lawnsea
Wet Reggie!! Ah ahahahaha! If I ever get a dog, that’s his name.
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Ryan Florence 7h
I just bought one!
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Tyler McGinnis 18h
SF friends! My little Sister lived and studied with me for 8 months then went to and just graduated. If your company is hiring and is friendly to Jr devs, let me know! ♥️♥️
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Ryan Florence 11h
F I X E D
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Ryan Florence 11h
Replying to @BenLesh
Waiting for inevitable the 6.0.1
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Ryan Florence 13h
this is just what it looks like today, things are going to change no doubt. Point is, when you invalidate a cache, things will rerender. How that gets hooked up won't be a big deal, you might not even see it most the time.
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Ryan Florence 13h
function init() { let invalidate = init cache = createCache(invalidate) React.render(<App cache={cache}/>, domElement) } init()
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Ryan Florence 13h
Replying to @swyx @alexsauerbudge
hopefully most people use simple-cache-provider so we have some community expectations about a cache 🤞🏽
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Ryan Florence 13h
Replying to @alexsauerbudge @swyx
depends on the cache. If you can invalidate a key, only the components with readers on that key will update, if you invalidate the whole cache, the whole tree from the cache provider will rerender. Apps will have control over this, but I don't suspect they'll want/need to.
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @satya164
Ah, heh now I get it. I made one once that took the element to anchor do as children[0] and then the thing to anchor to it was children[1]. I loved and hated it. Still do.
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @rtfeldman
This is why I like you
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @satya164
I like it. Might prefer “render” to be “renderPopup”, a bit confusing rendering children and “render”
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @girardhardy @asana
Their server can’t handle current traffic
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @jananamirah
$10 days trump got the dandruff on him.
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @marcfawzi @swyx
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @kyleshevlin
You have a job because that code was shipped, probably.
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Ryan Florence 14h
Replying to @swyx
Hmm... then that spot will suspend. Obviously I don’t know what you’re really doing though 🤷‍♂️
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