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Ryan Florence
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Ryan Florence 3h
Replying to @sebmck
Oh come on.
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Ryan Florence 3h
Replying to @sebmck
The tweet is fine. I'm being obnoxious. Pretty annoying, yeah?
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Ryan Florence 3h
I've been thinking about tooltips a lot lately and I keep trying to find a reason for a tooltip that isn't on an interactive element, and I can't. Would love to hear your or your friends.
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Ryan Florence 4h
Replying to @devongovett
Didn't work 🙃 at least not in voiceover.
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Ryan Florence 5h
Replying to @sebmck
People made those, how do you think that makes them feel?
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Ryan Florence 19h
Replying to @devongovett
Hey man, it's true. I'm glad you tweeted it.
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Ryan Florence 19h
Replying to @devongovett
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Ryan Florence 19h
Replying to @devongovett
Not to mention they only get the screen reader to behave but the examples are all incredibly rough around the edges, and sometimes rough and in the middle too
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Ryan Florence 19h
Replying to @devongovett
The Curse of React!
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Ryan Florence 21h
Replying to @devongovett @anmolm_
Thanks Devon :)
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React Training Apr 23
We are getting started in Washington D.C. at the offices. up front talking about the fundamentals of JSX. After 5 years, this still doesn't get old 😎
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Ryan Florence Apr 23
Replying to @sophiebits
Mine is https//ui.reach.tech, I just wish the developer would hurry up and finish it!
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Ryan Florence Apr 23
Replying to @tmcw @sophiebits
Tooltip and Combobox are about to land 🤘🏼
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Ryan Florence Apr 22
Don't worry about code that "seems" slow, worry about it when it is slow.
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Ryan Florence Apr 22
Yes, it is useless, was just trying to explain that the whole point of a callback is to send data up.
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Ryan Florence Apr 22
Nope. Every element callback sends an event. It’s usually the whole point of a callback is to send data up to the owner. Just make stuff happen, don’t worry about “antipatterns”
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Ryan Florence Apr 22
Replying to @giuseppegurgone
yeah that could be nice. My intent is to mimick native styling as closely as possible: tag:pseudo {} input:focus {} [data-reach-menu-item][data-selected] {} /* only in dreams */ menu-item:selected {}
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Ryan Florence Apr 21
Replying to @_developit
Hey I built an igloo!
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Ryan Florence Apr 21
Replying to @mumu6DZ @dan_abramov
Oh sorry, I didn’t look closely at the code. Yeah, since setState can take a function and pass you precious state you’ll need to do the double function, but still I don’t think you really want to keep a function in state.
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Ryan Florence Apr 21
Replying to @swyx
That’s a “toggle tip” though, I’ll be making one of those later, but they persist and can have interactive content.
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