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Yehuda Katz 🥨
Tilde Co-Founder, OSS enthusiast and world traveler. Co-author of the Extensible Web Manifesto. he/him
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 2h
Do you mean to say that WC subclasses are required to return override, or do you just mean the ES6 allocation model?
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 5h
The same is true about private state. I've heard a decent amount of demand for private in object literals from people who prefer the functional style.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 5h
We've gotten a lot of demand for class decorators from people who use JS classes, but we've also gotten a ton of requests for function decorators (from ~2013!) I've heard from people who prefer function style that they'd be excited about decorators if they worked on functions.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 5h
My view is that we should press on in both directions, and try to make sure the functional style that works really well in JS expressions works really well when the expressions appear inside of classes. atm, the class-based style is running ahead so we should invest in FP stuff.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 5h
1. Hooks aren't a proven paradigm yet 2. Even if a lot of people liked hooks, that wouldn't mean JS should reject class-based approaches There's a lot of anti-class confirmation bias in the way people understand React.
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Jane Coaston 10h
One of the truly great things about America is that it was in fact founded by virulently racist white men, but those racist white men created a document in the Constitution that could not exist simultaneously with either state-supported enslavement or Jim Crow.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 23
Replying to @withoutboats
I don't read hacker news. Why were people attacking vlang?
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 23
Replying to @neojp @ryanflorence
Seems fine
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 23
Replying to @eaf4 @ryanflorence
I did indeed... :'(
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @amatchneer @sveltejs
Yep
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @sarahmei
That's how we got through McCarthy and Nixon 🙂
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @youyuxi
We can! The Ember 2.0 RFC was all about adopting React ideas, and I still follow developments from other frameworks closely. I strongly recommend it!
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @ryanflorence
Stop using const. It's ridiculous and a waste of everyone's time. I guess I'm losing this argument ☹️
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @mjasay
The web is a big failure.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @sebmck
I think that's basically right, but you can get away with allowing more configuration along these lines through layering: if people want to change something, they go to the more flexible layer underneath.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @dangolant
You are welcome to believe that.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 22
Replying to @morewry @slightlylate
Thanks for all the constructive replies. I don't really expect most developers to care, in large part because people are already so overwhelmed with their day-to-day work that adding another big requirement is asking a lot.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 21
Replying to @morewry @slightlylate
You can understand why some of us are pretty tired of this by now.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 21
Replying to @morewry @slightlylate
So the ecosystem steadily improving the status quo, building new tools that more advanced developers can use, and starting to ship more minimal toolkits with the tech baked in. And in the background there's a nonstop steady drumbeat claiming nobody cares.
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Yehuda Katz 🥨 Jun 21
Replying to @morewry @slightlylate
If someone's interested in hand-rolling code splitting solutions in their own apps, that's been possible for ages. And a lot of simpler toolkits are starting to come with the tech baked in, a point repeats over and over again.
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