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Evan You
Husband, father of two, independent open source developer. Creator / project lead of and connoisseur of sushi.
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Evan You Aug 3
Replying to @dan_abramov @swyx
Should also be noticeably faster, since Next is still webpack based?
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Evan You Aug 3
Replying to @swyx
The real difference is when you have an actual app and you hit save after editing a component
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Rahul Kadyan Aug 3
Run $ npx @vuedx/typecheck in a typescript + vue 3 project. And let me know how do you feel about it.
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Evan You Jul 31
Replying to @cramforce @JeffDean
I think the property tax mostly goes to local public services and schools. If you live in the wild with no township there you probably don't need to pay much... if any
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Evan You Jul 30
Replying to @mjackson @seldo
You can still do the rest of the Billie Jean dance even on the beach!
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Evan You Jul 30
Replying to @JakeDohm @murilobd
When we do that sure there will be warnings. Automated codemod should also be pretty straightforward to write.
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Evan You Jul 30
Pet peeve UI bug: when creating a new label and picking a randomized color, sometimes the label text would be white when the color is generated, but changes to black the moment you save it 😂
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Evan You Jul 30
Replying to @murilobd
You should always use the .vue extension when importing Vue components, as omitting the extension creates numerous problems for static analysis tools. It was a mistake to allow it in vue-cli and we will likely disable it in the future.
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Evan You Jul 30
Replying to @murilobd
You should always use the .vue extension when importing Vue components, as omitting the extension creates numerous problems for static analysis tools. It was a mistake to allow it in vue-cli and we will likely disable it in the future.
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soda Jul 24
yarn global add @vue/cli@next vue create hello-vue-3
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Evan You Jul 28
It's not a fork. It's a vite plugin.
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Evan You Jul 26
I've a joke about node_modules but it may be too deep for you
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Evan You Jul 25
Replying to @_developit
God of War is definitely at the same level, if not more with Witcher 3. Both masterpieces. Ghost of Tsushima is like a Japanese Assassin's Creed done right. Not revolutionary but absolutely enjoyable
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Evan You Jul 25
Replying to @_developit
God of War 2018, Ghost of Tsushima (just out)
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Evan You Jul 24
Replying to @BonaventureG
Put the video in the issue?
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Evan You Jul 22
Replying to @cdbattags
You already can in <script setup>
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Evan You Jul 20
Replying to @addyosmani
Thanks!
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Evan You Jul 20
Replying to @addyosmani
Yeah it works in Canary for me.
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Evan You Jul 20
Style insertions/HMR in Vite. It seems to be more performant than creating <style> elements.
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Evan You Jul 20
Replying to @tolmasky @lukastaegert
I'm not getting it - are you saying this could be a security risk if someone is able to... inject arbitrary code replacement into your builds? That doesn't seem to require this behavior to be a security risk 😅
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