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Sebastien Lorber
I help teams be highly productive with React and ReactNative Currently working with Facebook on
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Sebastien Lorber 7h
Replying to @_ObsessiveCoder @ts
yes, or "as any" or // -ignore :)
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Sebastien Lorber 7h
Replying to @ar_goyal
in such case I'd rather create my own mapValues fn :)
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Sebastien Lorber 7h
Replying to @sirtur2
yes but hope it will be someday...
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Sebastien Lorber 7h
Replying to @QuimperEmanuel
parce que tu es pas habitué a la programmation fonctionne dans plein de languages tu peux faire obj.mapValues(transform) directement, c'est tres intuitif
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Expo 8h
A lighter, in-process bundler has landed in Expo CLI! 🚤 Faster (we've heard 33%), based on the Metro JS API 🛢 No full dev server to publish or export 🐛 No more ENOSPC errors w/"expo publish" in CI Set EXPO_USE_DEV_SERVER=true to try the beta (for start/publish/export) today!
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @its_hebilicious
Ahh I see 😉 more boilerplaty than map Value but std
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @msevestre
Yes, unfortunately not std...
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @its_hebilicious
So you feel the 1st version is more readable?
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @orta @williamsross
Could be useful for Webpack config 😅
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @williamsross @orta
Oh, didn't know that this work! Hey was wondering why Boolean constructor couldn't be a type guard?
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
Replying to @MoOx
at runtime it's always ["hey"] but TS thinks its (string | null)[]
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Sebastien Lorber 13h
To all array.reduce() fans
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Sebastien Lorber 14h
I wish TypeScript could understand that this as string[]: [null,"hey"].filter(Boolean) I need to use Lodash, just to help TS: compact([null,"hey"])
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Catalin MIRON Aug 11
🔥This is going to be an amazing YouTube video tutorial. Built using Animated API, react-native-gesture-handler, Transition API from reanimated, pose in React Native & . 🔔 Subscribe to my YouTube channel in case you haven’t already:
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jason Aug 11
Tesla has been a user of React Native for a while. Their car mobile app and upcoming mobile car store app are written with RN! They made a tiny contribute to the community cookies library. Awesome to see!
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Shesh Aug 10
Ever wondered if it's possible to develop webapps like Twitter or Gmail using just Rust and 0% JavaScript? I've written an easy to follow guide to building SPAs using Rust, Webassembly and Yew:
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Sebastien Lorber 18h
Replying to @kyleshevlin
Started reading it 1 year ago, still not finished 😅
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Sebastien Lorber Aug 11
Replying to @jaffathecake @Netlify
Yes. Incremental build items could be cached.
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Sebastien Lorber Aug 11
Replying to @jaffathecake @Netlify
Yeah, it was possible to move files in netlify cache before, but not very well documented. It's more idiomatic with build plugins, and widely used to increase Gatsby build times. But they could definitively highlight more how to solve the problem you exposed 😉
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Sebastien Lorber Aug 10
for this problem of old assets becoming unavailable, it's possible in to add a cache, so that the new build only extend/override former assets. And there's a purge cache button.
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