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Creator of @stenciljs and co-creator of @IonicFramework. Director of OSS Development at Ionic. Proud dad, husband, veteran & dogs best friend.

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@hdjirdeh It was more of a bug fix than anything else. Found out that setTimeouts/rafs were slowing down things on… https://t.co/jcn6V6nc9B
11/19
2019
I went in to make some fixes for ionic docs site prerendering...and ended up refactoring all of stencil's server-si… https://t.co/mbvmvZV4pdFound it. It’s called Being Glue by @whereistanya. It’s very good. Check it out. https://t.co/IYWuVNPKoN
Retweeted by Adam BradleyDon't get me wrong. These features are useful. My concern: We all have finite time. I'm concerned React devs will… https://t.co/jFl2wKflOR
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11/18
2019
If you're a car enthusiast, motorhead or even enjoy a well-written original movie not requiring CGI to tell an amaz… https://t.co/aZBRXUOELq
11/17
2019
@Rich_McCartney Nice! Have you tried prerendering the site? Try --prerender in the build command https://t.co/a0HX17xynp
11/16
2019
The "build" directory is no longer a good source to judge app filesize. Build tools are generating numerous targets… https://t.co/DFe9EK15b2
11/14
2019
Still over the moon seeing @stenciljs heavily used by apple for features in their latest web apps: https://t.co/E1hwPLg3Cu @achaire https://t.co/E9j4dpwnCsJust used "import maps" for the first time and it was amazing: https://t.co/i3qWNFpJy3 We've got sometime yet until… https://t.co/RorD7BqXEK
11/13
2019
@julienrenaux https://t.co/93mXjnBliG @orta it's the little things that makes for a great dev experience 🤗 @manucorporat So how did that conversation go? Dr: "Here's a picture of your xrays" Manu: "Yeah cool. But seriously… https://t.co/pYDdUbCE0lI think the underlying cool part about this is how it's a React library developed by Google Chrome Labs… https://t.co/XnXEH3Gn7x @raymondcamden - compiler hard codes the values, fine for self contained code - difficult to share enum types/value… https://t.co/2V0KrConBnI love typescript, but enums were a mistake @sawtoothsamo @acutmore yeah i'm excited for this, think it's doable with our current architecture @splitinfinities @dan_abramov A lot of this already happening so we know when to show the parent with .hydrated cla… https://t.co/8dVtaBg3C1 @dan_abramov @splitinfinities Yeah I hear you and glad that at the very core, everything can be async. And at each… https://t.co/Q7wqtGByvS @dan_abramov @splitinfinities So it's making more sense. Parent loads and renders, but child isn't ready yet. Becau… https://t.co/t5KNAzoaeT @dan_abramov @splitinfinities Ok, so we're not showing hydrated components until all of its descendent components h… https://t.co/wSsQsKN2I4 @dan_abramov This is a great thread by @splitinfinities explaining to me the differences: https://t.co/nkFxN2zQFO F… https://t.co/xj8vOVdDik @splitinfinities I feel like we gotta be close, and absolutely possible to do the same thing w/ our async queue and… https://t.co/Zo3UZMXFmE
11/12
2019
@Rich_Harris @itsmadou Sorry, not sure what you mean. Another thing it's doing is throwing every render() into a qu… https://t.co/gxRfyQXIz1 @splitinfinities Ok I see. So how do you do this with suspense? @thack Thanks! And it was a blast, thanks for having us! @Rich_Harris @itsmadou I think we're pretty close to this with stencil. Each component hydrates itself as they asyn… https://t.co/5F5xTDUFK4 @acutmore Yeah that's the part i'm struggling with understanding. Stencil does exactly that, where child components… https://t.co/rSnvy6gUjYReally trying my best to understand React Suspense, and how it's different from Stencil's ability to have every com… https://t.co/i0Padi4Pmz
11/11
2019
A couple of @Ionicframework devs come to apple. https://t.co/wUgRhVsHwT
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11/10
2019
Another cool @benjsperry graphic I get to use in my presentation about @stenciljs https://t.co/2kE33t1Pwy @walkingriver fwiw, i dislike inheritance. Period. This isn't an OO vs. FP thing (or maybe it is, idk), but as thin… https://t.co/OWw5Yz65GX
11/8
2019
@stubbornella idk, wiki says initial release was February 13, 2006. But to be honest, I slid things around to have… https://t.co/GYkd9u4IXx @stubbornella Yup good call, just added it. Here's my latest attempt https://t.co/LsvMwzq381Built a Computed Tomography player using WebGL2 and Stencil from scratch. It only takes normal .png as input, repr… https://t.co/h1BSKH1nM4
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11/6
2019
@julienrenaux awesome, looking forward to your feedback since you've been working with ionic since the beginning!! @maxlynch something something imperfection is perfection99% of software development is learning how not to shoot yourself in the foot as you add features.
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11/5
2019
@gautschcodes https://t.co/KytPYJr4Ka 🏄‍♂️ @gautschcodes awesome! Merged! 🚀 @_faz good call! Added
11/3
2019
@_faz We've been building Ionic's docs with it for quite some time now: https://t.co/sj3H4yfSzf
11/2
2019
@mehulkar awesome, congrats! Looks great @gautschcodes thanks! Feel free to hit me up in stencil slack if you have any questions @gautschcodes You up for adding a guide to the stencil docs? https://t.co/emKwSyR8gg 🧐 @gautschcodes @stenciljs we absolutely need to improve our docs and test it further. But using the 'dist-hydrate-sc… https://t.co/FxVFd8z36kBig News 📣 Apple TV website built w/ over 50 @stenciljs generated web components!! 📺 Media kit and video player l… https://t.co/bgE7gQNPm8
Retweeted by Adam BradleyI'd have to give a big thanks to @stubbornella @_developit @Rich_Harris @kennethrohde @justinfagnani for inspiring… https://t.co/x87nzWeltu
11/1
2019
@elylucas Your care and attention to detail shows in @Ionicframework components. And your commitment to interoperab… https://t.co/p45BpmaPe8
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10/31
2019
@benetjdarder ohh good one, thanks @CallistoShip it's in the top left
10/30
2019
The more you dig into Monaco Editor the more you realize how ridiculously solid and well-made it is: https://t.co/eaOoNx1Snl @electric_claire 😬 No worries (and it wasn't forgotten). There's a plan for the next slide
10/29
2019
With technology - we should celebrate our differences. The different approaches and ideas help inspire how we move… https://t.co/odDcylOuQQ
Retweeted by Adam Bradley @geoffreyd good one, adding it, thanks
10/28
2019
@justinfagnani @codexeditor Yeah you nailed it. My point is to get to component models @codexeditor yeah it's tough to draw the line of what a "framework" is. Definitely a lot of gray area.With everyone's suggestions, here's the update. Wish I had one more in the 2008-ish area https://t.co/ACEY75bBiO @AbolitionOf @AureliaEffect yup i added it, thanks @rdlabo yeah agreed, i did split them apart @slightlylate Point of the slide is something along "it's hard for an organization to standardize on one framework,… https://t.co/Hc1Dcw9SZV @joeflateau Thought about it, but seemed more UI heavy than "framework" @joeflateau just added it, thanksWeb history friends, which frameworks am I missing that should be on this slide? https://t.co/8bTamry3Gt
10/27
2019
@jdnichollsc stencil itself is using web workers on the browser, and node forked child process on node. And we have… https://t.co/LEIp4uytNc
10/25
2019
@chriscoyier I'm working on a keynote presentation, and trying to add a touch of animations, but really self consci… https://t.co/hIImjvfJtO @s0serene @mhartington Close. Design systems for blockchain and IoT disruptive digital transformation using big dat… https://t.co/P2y1wzm3VsWeb Workers: The most underrated browser tech of the last decade. @rashidnk I haven't looked too far into it, but think they should just work. You up for testing it out?
10/23
2019
@jperis_silva @stevensanderson @stevensanderson With ionic, using @stenciljs, we're able to output our components t… https://t.co/O6BqvlR6xK @jperis_silva awesome thanks for the video. So where is the source of the blazor material design components? Is thi… https://t.co/0NbO9XtDXB @jperis_silva From what I can see, Blazor just ends up using the DOM. So wouldn't Ionic work in it?It's comical to me that developers refuse to believe ionic/core is where most of the Ionic's development goes into.… https://t.co/9rMKthmJ8d
10/22
2019
Happy #BackToTheFutureDay https://t.co/EvmWNs2qZs
10/21
2019
@NikolasChristo8 Ok good feedback, we could probably make that more clear. Thanks @NikolasChristo8 They sure do @fabrimyr @stenciljs IMO, they’re both great solutions. Ionic uses stencil so we can generate numerous outputs, lik… https://t.co/aLIUlW1BYuWill there ever be an @ionic/lit-element?? Nope. Never. Why? Because @ionic/core just works with web components out of the box 🤠 @danimad2000 What it brought to the game. I'm all in on TypeScript and not looking back. @robmuh Whoa. The "influencing ES5 and 6" part is kinda a big deal.CoffeeScript doesn't get enough credit
10/18
2019
@seanwuapps @chriscoyier @markdalgleish @davidwalshblog @Mandy_Kerr Geocities. Without question.Thrilled to be speaking about @stenciljs at @dotJS this year! https://t.co/92JYqbfn8J
10/17
2019
The web has superior debugging abilities, hands down, not sorry. In refactoring the stencil compiler it'll now work… https://t.co/JNoUDrydo2 @dabit3 @Ionicframework @reactjs Absolutely! First understand your use-case, and pick the correct tool for the job,… https://t.co/fI3z5ekbdA @maxlynch @talvasconcelos @Ionicframework @preactjs Yup ionic/react should work fine in @preactjs. I tested it rece… https://t.co/X29KxsWgcLI've been reenergized by the excitement and reception of ionic/react. Something I'd like to track and get some stat… https://t.co/NlE08aQB42 @mattrambles wow these videos are so good! @mattrambles awesome thanks! @mhartington The other side-product https://t.co/2nKQA46rNu
10/16
2019
@jb_clie already watching the getting started videos following @ehowell10's suggestion and I'm in love @ehowell10 wow, exactly what i was looking for, thanks!I need a (nerd) side-product completely unrelated from my normal stuff, and 3d modeling has always interested me. Any recommendations? @sil @zachleat TIL that POP3 stands for "Post Office Protocol 3". Mind blown. @kingisaac95 @kay_kenshin @Ionicframework @electronjs welcome back!! @aanaedu @elylucas @Ionicframework @electronjs @stenciljs Stencil allows Ionic to be independent, and not require a… https://t.co/tq7I0gBOHp @julienrenaux @maxlynch ironically, it's because of web components that ionic/react exists
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10/15
2019
Feels great to get Ionic React out and proud of the awesome ionic team that pulled it off https://t.co/3sSfDwtOCZ
10/14
2019

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