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Tomek Sułkowski
Engineer ⚡️· Shares & stuff. trainer & Angular Tricity co-organizer · Making frontend easy one post at a time ____🖊
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Tomek Sułkowski 5h
Replying to @dan_abramov
- Might be true. - Might also be a cognitive bias (~Dunning–Kruger effect, unconscious incompetence, etc)
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Tomek Sułkowski 10h
Replying to @robertSPD
That's just a helper library for BrainJS.
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StackBlitz Feb 15
Today ported *TWO* amazing features from to the browser! 🎉👏 #1: Live Markdown Previews 😍 No more switching between GitHub & local to see what your readme files look like—StackBlitz renders your GH flavored markdown side-by-side w/ as you type! ⌨️
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 14
Replying to @sulco
I know, it looks insane, and you may be sceptical. Ok then, try that for yourself :)
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 14
Do you know how long does it take to update your dependencies to the latest when using ? Well, let's take a sample app and check, shall we? (the un-speedup video takes 18 secs, but the update process is... well, just a moment in the middle😉)
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 13
Hey, if you're learning and like nice things, is one of the nicest resources out there! It not only includes quick overview + visuals for most used property/value combinations, but also links to & if you need more detailed info.
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 13
Replying to @ajonpcom
Thanks!
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 13
Replying to @IgorMinar
Great advice, thanks! I'll do just that.
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 12
Well ok then 🤝
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 12
Hey, do you know Immer? It's this ridiculously useful library for creating new immutable state from the current one. A couple of days ago a 2.0 version was released and this one works with `async` producers! Want to try it out? Here's a small Blitz demo:
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 12
Not sure whether I should be flattered that the content of my post has been stolen or injured that the texts were rewritten (Sep) vs (May) Anyways, don't be that guy. Take inspiration, totally, but then build something new upon it.
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Marius Schulz Feb 11
With 2.8, mapped types have gained the ability to add or remove a particular modifier from a property. Previously, it was only possible to add modifiers to properties, but not remove them:
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 11
tip for today: To show/hide hidden files in Finder, press [command]+[shift]+[.] (Easy to remember, since hidden files already start with ".")
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 9
Beautiful 🔥🔥🔥
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Mike Sherov 🚀 Feb 8
I used TypeScript and VSCode together for the 1st time today. I was squarely in the “types don’t make the editor experience that much better”. I was wrong. It was magical. I refactored 30 files in a foreign codebase in an hour, and when TS stopped complaining it all just worked.
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 9
Replying to @elmd_
I'm a tabs hoarder. I organize some of those "deal with later" ones in windows and... minimize the window. Atm I have 4 such windows minimized. To picture how long it can stay, I recently found a tab with a CFP that closed almost 2 months ago.
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 9
Replying to @KwintenP
Precisely! It's mind boggling how many people that work with computers for life still use a single-item clipboard. It's like discovering you actually can use both hands at the same time or something :D
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 8
Replying to @elmd_
YES! Glad you've converted 😀 It is my favourite keyboard as well. I'm actually waiting for a Magic Keyboard to have the same keys - and I'll buy it the same day. And yes, I hope it comes with a touchbar too!
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Dan Abramov Feb 8
JS tip: no matter which export style you prefer (default or named) or which function style you use (arrow or declaration), make sure your functions have names! Especially important for React components to show up named in DevTools and warnings.
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Tomek Sułkowski Feb 8
Yeah, I admit it took me a bit to get used to the sensitivity, but now I'm 100% ok with it. The 3rd dimension thing though.. that I still miss too.
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