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Tom Dale
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Andrew 🌴 4h
📣 has just received a considerable update! 🗞 Plugin docs moved and refined 🗞 Plugin list moved to 🗞 Fluid topics order 🗞 Improved examples and code samples 🗞 Updates for the latest Rollup Version
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Tom Dale 6h
Imma get on that!
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Jackie Luo 18h
extremely niche tweet but i just upgraded our project to ember 3.4 and ANGLE BRACKET INVOCATION HAS ARRIVED it's so beautiful
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Tom Dale 17h
Replying to @me1000 @bmeurer
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Tom Dale 20h
Please stop giving me t-shirts. I have so many t-shirts.
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Tierney Cyren 21h
Also: Add your open-source roles to your LinkedIn. You contributed a non-trivial amount of work for them. It's worth it.
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Tom Dale 22h
Replying to @joemccann @LinkedIn
Thank you for this valuable user generated content
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Tom Dale 23h
Replying to @baaz
I’d argue that on the spectrum of power, each-in is situated at the same spot as each. In fact, not having it requires to you to use more power (fallback to imperative JS code).
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @ManishEarth
I would love something like a location-aware calendar (including future planned locations).
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @ManishEarth
I'm in different timezones all the time and this is a major pain. Especially when trying to answer quick questions like "Are you free at 1pm on Tuesday to take an interview?" Somehow that turns into 5 minutes of effort to answer.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Anticipating this, I am literally in my gym clothes today.
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nullvoxpopuli Sep 18
A modern take on / Inspiration to and fro: , , These are all things that I'm using in my own projects, and I hope that others can find enjoyment from this stuff as well.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @cabel
No, that's fair. And the kind of whimsical, playful, joy-driven projects that are uniquely Panic don't really play well to a crowd that believes that that time could have been better spent recompiling your kernel.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @tomdale
I guess I'm a little surprised that people who use Twitter regularly find HN worse. Twitter is way worse for my mental health than HN, even on its worst days. Maybe just because HN rarely gives a shit about Ember anymore. 😎
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @cabel
And yet here you are on Twitter…
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @baaz
IIRC, the motivation was I was porting some React code to Ember and needed to render a POJO's key/values into the DOM. In JSX it was as simple as switching to a for..in loop in render(), but in Ember we had to add an entire component class just to convert POJO -> array.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @baaz
In the majority of cases, you probably want to guarantee the order of items you're displaying, so you'll convert an object into an array in JS land and pass it to {{each}}. The strongest defense I can give is that not having it feels incredibly irritating if you do need it.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @bmeurer @ag_dubs
+1
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Absolutely true and acknowledged. The first few rounds through the ringer were brutal for my mental health, even given my privilege.
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Tom Dale Sep 19
Replying to @ag_dubs
Of course, my experience is predicated on being a white cishet male and it's way worse for folks outside that archetype. It seems like HN moderation has gotten a lot more aggressive recently, have you noticed a change at all (~last 6 months)?
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