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Koen van Gilst
Developer | JavaScript, Node & React | German, English & Dutch | M.A. in Philosophy, ex-translator
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Koen van Gilst Mar 21
Haha ja validatieberichten had ik geen zin in denk, dat lijkt te veel op echt werk
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Koen van Gilst Mar 19
Replying to @ReidPeryam
Great to hear, glad you like it!
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Koen van Gilst Mar 18
Jazeker, press the cog wheel in the middle, should show a dialog!
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Koen van Gilst Mar 17
I’ve also posted my tutorial on React hooks on . Seems like a good alternative to Medium. (I will probably also post it on Medium later, because it has such a good reach, but let’s wait and see)
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Koen van Gilst Mar 15
I've created this fun little tutorial to explain the new React Hooks. I will tell you all about useState, useEffect, creating custom hooks with composition - and in the meantime you'll be building an amazing drawing app! 😜
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Koen van Gilst Mar 16
Replying to @swyx @jaredpalmer
Ah cool, nice template for a typescript npm module too!
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Koen van Gilst Mar 15
I've created this fun little tutorial to explain the new React Hooks. I will tell you all about useState, useEffect, creating custom hooks with composition - and in the meantime you'll be building an amazing drawing app! 😜
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Koen van Gilst Mar 15
hi Dan! Would you mind taking a quick look at these custom hooks? It’s part of a tutorial on React Hooks & canvas I’m working on here:
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Koen van Gilst Mar 7
One browser to rule them all. And currently Sauron owns it. Time to switch to Firefox (again)?
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Koen van Gilst Mar 6
great talk Axel! I had already read the blog post but it was very interesting nonetheless, I particularly liked the interactive Q&A! 👍
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Brandon Carpenter Mar 4
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Existential Comics Mar 4
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Koen van Gilst Feb 16
Replying to @swyx
oh I was looking for that!! Couldn't find it anywhere anymore, but I see now I gave it a like on Twitter 🤣
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Koen van Gilst Feb 16
Replying to @thekitze
fooling around with Hooks!
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Koen van Gilst Feb 16
Replying to @vnglst
I'm particularly happy with the custom hook `useUndoableReducer`. Let me know what you think:
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Koen van Gilst Feb 16
Replying to @iAWriter @iA
Credits: - Text on when opening the app: A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. - Inspired by the fantastic app - Fonts also by :
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Koen van Gilst Feb 16
I gave Hooks another try this weekend, useReducer in particular. And I really like it. It so easy to create a feature like undo/redo. It feels the same, but much cleaner and less typing. Resulting app is here: Source code:
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Koen van Gilst Feb 14
Replying to @swyx
Quick, create another one of those tweets, it’s working!!
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Koen van Gilst Feb 13
Replying to @keithjgrant
This example with the new pipe operator does look rather fancy! promise |> await # |> # || throw new TypeError( `Invalid value from ${promise}`) |> |> capitalize // function call # + ‘!’ |> new User.Message(#) |> await stream.write(#) |> console.log // method call ;
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Ryan Florence Feb 8
Replying to @threepointone
Whats fascinating about hooks is that this was already important for side-effects that we'd piece together in cDM, cDU, and cWUM. We talked about it all the time in our workshops (<Tone/>!) but hooks surface your bugs immediately, where classes let you ship w/o ever knowing.
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