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@punchesbears Yeah, he taught me how to tweeze my eyebrows. @punchesbears I keep a mini soccer ball under mine and practice some sick world cup moves. @Vjeux Do what now? @acemarke @modernserf @tomdale Listening to that makes me expect to play some DOOM! @acemarke @modernserf @tomdale ATA @swyx I try not to take over rendering by patterning my components after HTML. <Table> {https://t.co/Bii7iaRd2W(… https://t.co/8CgA8MjYPbNew post: Chapter Two at Deque. https://t.co/FShWj2Yxbj
Retweeted by Ryan Florence @lawduckfan In-laws amirite? @chriscoyier maaaaaaan, I've dreamed of getting to do a project like that for years! @chantastic save some for me https://t.co/1EVxX1HR6v
6/21
2018
@Vjeux Is that open again? I really didn’t like being impersonated the other day 😬 @shanisebarona Angry eating rnWhether react or react native lives or dies doesn’t matter. What’s important is that the programming model pioneered by react lives on.
Retweeted by Ryan Florence @ByCommonConsent And here I thought the white horse prophecy was gonna be to save it from liberals @swernerx thanks :) Default routes are in the tutorial https://t.co/XBs4B26MX4 Should probably add one to the basic example. @Mybridge @MaterialUI @vincentriemer @0xca0a @pusher @getcompositor @jxnblk It’s “Reach Router” not “React Router” @TejasKumar_ @souporserious Take a closer look at the code I posted 😑 @qoouep @kentcdodds @dan_abramov Make input a child of label, remove all the click handlers, the browser already does it for you. @qoouep @kentcdodds @dan_abramov Why do you need onClick? @bri_fugate @MailChimp Seemed like a really great place to work when I did a workshop there! @knitcodemonkey @MichielBijl Just use the <menu> element ... oh wait. @stiggler Apparently my tent for "CSS in JS" is way bigger than a lot of people's. I consider CSS modules CSS in JS. @jamiebuilds @jeresig My SEO game is strong. Try to keep up John. @jamiebuilds @rmurphey @paul_irish @SlexAxton @ajpiano what are you doing anyway that would lead you to my super old gists? @stephenrivasjr There's a difference between "can't" and "didn't". Linters could catch that and it's really easy to… https://t.co/ZwnOtIHbNK
6/20
2018
@rmurphey @jamiebuilds @paul_irish @SlexAxton @ajpiano That moment you praised how the code was written ("all objec… https://t.co/cUQJm4Zef9 @jamiebuilds Also I blew a few legendary personalities' minds https://t.co/YwXk5zUWyz I doubt @rmurpheyhttps://t.co/QWZDnWGR0U @jamiebuilds I was so young. But I was happy: https://t.co/zlLzz38e80 @MichielBijl I feel your sentiment deeply, but I also like really nice design, and so do designers, and so do users… https://t.co/uaGqMJhZWL @dan_abramov double points for talking about it on twitter right after. @Akryum @kadactivity @YoruNoHikage "Component Styles Generated By Tools" CSGBT Can I get a high five? @souporserious https://t.co/EAzl9qUda1 @souporserious yeah I wouldn't do that. @Akryum @YoruNoHikage I like it too. I guess you’re just saying “don’t call Vue files css in js” @Akryum @threepointone @YoruNoHikage What hair are you trying to split? I’m saying Vue files are in the club that I… https://t.co/1mr9eCUzi6 @Akryum @YoruNoHikage Vue files are near and, like my preferred method styling, removes a whole category of problems. @Akryum @YoruNoHikage Yes. We clearly have different definitions of css in js. So here’s a new term “css that doesn… https://t.co/zeI8s7MWSj @Akryum @YoruNoHikage CSS in JS has nothing to do with runtimes to me. I can ship a gatsby + glamor site and not ev… https://t.co/5lTMbkcCJ6 @Akryum @YoruNoHikage My definition of CSS in JS is any time you have styles associated with your JavaScript that a… https://t.co/r6utj1BbZj @timdorr Oh, well, we have a convention that ~everybody follows~ to prevent that. @YoruNoHikage @Akryum Yeah it's the very same thing, just colocated with a style tag instead of a an import statement. @Akryum @YoruNoHikage Sounds like CSS in JS to me. I use inline styles with glamor and react and gatsby turns it al… https://t.co/53UN2jtKlI @AdamRackis @ianstormtaylor If you have a 10% edge case you drop down a layer of API and compose up whatever you need. @Akryum @YoruNoHikage Does that CSS get parsed by JavaScript before going into the page? @ianstormtaylor @AdamRackis Not when built on top of composable pieces. Zero config is just a high level API. What… https://t.co/cqM6eN3UdK @Akryum @YoruNoHikage we're talking about the <style> tag in a .vue file that gets compiled by webpack, yes? Or w/o… https://t.co/weVgekwFTM @Akryum @YoruNoHikage Isn't that technically CSS in JS? @juliandoesstuff @BenLesh @sharifsbeat Oh, this was just for fun, I had no problems. I just realized my render prop… https://t.co/DIp0meqhtR @timdorr Agreed. I just mean generally speaking, these are the things that just don't happen with CSS in JS. A few… https://t.co/c36EGG0IqiHow can you predict how your bundling of CSS will affect having specificity bugs across your app without using CSS… https://t.co/77PcjeCc4AHow can you predict changes to your CSS across the app without using CSS-in-JS? Answer: You can't. https://t.co/ZyZEeG36Ig @juliandoesstuff @BenLesh @sharifsbeat I did this a couple of years ago for fun but didn't dare show anybody :P tha… https://t.co/XLaftKsyfe @pomber don't wanna waste time rendering the tree if you're not gonna actually show it! @EthanGarofolo @richardiii @acdlite that was fun in coffeescript until your event handlers didn't mean to return fa… https://t.co/lUtBVGsVx4 @Johannes_Scha That’s actually really good @onion2k yeah that makes sense I guess @chantastic I'm coming for the bbq though, not the lemonade. I'll hit up chick fil a before hand for the drinks. @chantastic Well, maybe it was a lot of ice, on a hot day, and it melted really fast. @acdlite actually if we .call a function it should give an "answer" let add = (x, y) => { answer x + y } Monday n… https://t.co/AVzebErqIK @kddeisz ah, and so maybe returning "with a value" was later. @acdlite I dunno, I'm no better at this than anybody else, definitely worse at it than language designers, but I'll… https://t.co/R2rEl7GA7HYou go to your friends house, they hand you a glass of lemonade. "I'd like to return a glass of lemonade to you."… https://t.co/AK3Y53GcxtSpeaking of naming things in programming being hard: return What the heck? Return? Who came up with that? @dbanbahji When the API settles, yes, I have a course outline and examples all in development right now, but won’t… https://t.co/YM2OpYq52F @EsrefDurna In a little twitter window, yeah, but at full resolution in the full quality video I think it’s fine @brian_d_vaughn @sompylasar That’s a resize observer though 🤷‍♂️Lessons are: - setState updater signature - componentDidCatch and ErrorBoundary - getDerivedStateFromProps - getSn… https://t.co/PDyvLTk5JHJust wrapped up the 10th lesson in an online course I'm publishing soon. React Catch-up! React has changed more t… https://t.co/ZAtPd4PHAx
6/19
2018
@iammerrick Agreed. And I can't figure out how this is controversial to a lot of people. Smart, experienced people. @rossipedia Just different projects, use whichever you want. @kyleshevlin I always record a minute or two and then check it out first before going for the whole thing. Never ha… https://t.co/RCGOI2az9L @sprog_ch theres no way to know afaict. classes are functions, functions can be components 🤷 @sprog_ch That’s why there’s a component prop 😁 @javamazon @MomsCanCodePgh @simply_cima @dizzyd I’ve had this happen, so annoying. @tannerlinsley Just got my first #1 today, so it’s going well! @swyx i hope i'm the one asking? @tannerlinsley Y, but not X @richardiii You can invert Y, but not X. I (used to) invert both. @sarah_edo @eplawless @dizzyd Same, Netflix is my last destination now between amazon, Hulu, cable, Netflix.
6/18
2018

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