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Balavishnu V J
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Keerthi Jayadevan Oct 18
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Balavishnu V J Oct 17
can't create new certificates.
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Danny Thompson Oct 15
The last few days I have been stuck on a work ticket. I have been learning React, so all of this has been new to me. I created several new components. It is all doing some cool things! I literally feel like I can conquer the world right now! Eyes on the prize!
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Stephan Meijer Oct 16
Did you see this latest util created by ? 🤯 He is connecting the power of to a direct debug session.
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Dan Abramov Oct 16
how it started how it’s going
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Stephan Meijer Oct 15
Working on html import for . It's looking quite promising already. Recognize the source? 😎
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Balavishnu V J Oct 14
they serve entirely two different use cases
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Balavishnu V J Oct 14
Replying to @rip212
you sshould let the maintainers know
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Balavishnu V J Oct 14
Replying to @gerrit_alex
same raised to error.
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Balavishnu V J Oct 14
Replying to @drosenwasser
Super long non readable error messages. Fixing types rather than application.
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Balavishnu V J Oct 14
Replying to @vjbalavishnu
how often do you ignore "react-hooks/exhaustive-deps" eslint warning? in all the components i wrote (more than a year now). i had to disable:
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Balavishnu V J Oct 13
how often do you ignore "react-hooks/exhaustive-deps" eslint warning? I haven't found a usecase where this rule had to be disabled/ignored. Would be great if you explain your usecase or better a repro in codesandbox. RT for science 😄
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Kent C. Dodds 🚀 Oct 13
Ready to have your mind blown? Huge shoutout to , (creator of ), , , and 👏 I love the community and innovation. Y'all are fantastic people.
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Gabrielle Crevecoeur Oct 12
Question for the JavaScript community: What has deterred you from TypeScript? (RT please and thank you)
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Balavishnu V J Oct 12
Replying to @YvesHanoulle
ToDo Development
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chantastic is away Oct 11
I'm sorry for the things this year has taken from you I'm sorry for the dreams this year didn't allow you to realize I'm sorry for the friends and family that you lost too soon I respect your resolve to keep caring for yourself and others as fucking impossible as it is to do
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Balavishnu V J Oct 11
Dang it!!!... There is an easier way to do this 😨
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Balavishnu V J Oct 11
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Balavishnu V J Oct 10
TIL: pseudo elements(before, after) doesn't work for <img> tag. Check: 12.1 notes Does anyone know why this was not defined for replaced elements(content outside css)?
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Balavishnu V J Oct 10
Replying to @meijer_s
Yup... Definitely hacky... Any other reason we don't do this 😅
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