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JS / C++ Engineer at Riot Games. Beer, whiskey, coffee snob. Book lover. Recent Svelte convert. Jr Developer for life.

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The only hard part is learning what the fuck an easing function is. Once you get that, it's cake. Literally middl… https://t.co/a5UQ13k6dgGetting the spring values is manual, sadly. Hopefully someone smarter than me can PR an ability to just drain the s… https://t.co/fZUKZlPsutHehe bouncy bouncy. @Rich_Harris showed me how to convert a spring's frames to a transition easing function that ca… https://t.co/Mka2Bsfm6j
10/24
2020
@fardarter I may have misunderstood you. You could easily make the equivalent of a computed property to do things like currency formatting. @fardarter Not really - I don't think so. I imagine you'd just pass down a setter function if you needed something like that. @Balbonator Need to download the Svelte plugin for VS Code for formatting to work. I never use eslint so not sure about the other. @zikrimarquel Kinda? Maybe? Dunno - I never really learned all the terminology for stuff like this. @emnudge Yikes - I hate boilerplate 😐TRUMP’S EYES WHEN BIDEN SAID “COCAINE!” Omg! 😳 #DebateTonight https://t.co/wNJNsHmeOl
Retweeted by Adam RackisOn addendum: if your gut reaction is "two-way binding sucks" -- that's fine. You don't have to use that feature. Yo… https://t.co/g147aC63NR @TheEduardoRFS That's how web dev rolls. If you wanna do that with React you'd need to wrap the useState setter fun… https://t.co/36me4EMi0KOh and please don't ask me if I've tried Vue yet. I have not. It seems really really good. But I'm gonna spend some… https://t.co/jwHqQg2iWbThe above are for incredibly narrow use cases, and I'm struggling to imagine how big of a web app you'd need for it… https://t.co/mhCVjnxFzWAlso those wonderful in:fn out:fn transitions (seriously animating nodes as they mount and unmount is baked into… https://t.co/I3sIufN32hIs there ANYTHING Svelte can't do? Sure. Your portal capabilities are *slightly* limited. You can't do deferred un… https://t.co/64nne5Pxoo5: Built-in animations. As a first-class citizen. From easy sugar you can add to elements to make them fade in, to… https://t.co/LgzSOUoBdd4: Slots I discussed them here. One of my favorite features. https://t.co/gg0Izgwex6 @richardiii Eh - you can fuck up anything.You can even pass props / args to your action to have it re-call when certain things change, so you can update your… https://t.co/7hkSpA1Xjp3: Actions Usually you need to get a reference to your dom node, set up some third party util / jQuery UI plugin,… https://t.co/cAiu1KLUC72: Refs are simpler In svelte, refs are just variables <script> let domNode </script> <div bind:this={domNode}… https://t.co/l72nHmbHUaThis is obnoxious boilerplate. With Svelte, you can just bind parent's state to the child's state and be done. No s… https://t.co/2LsZn8w3bMMake no mistake, this is not a setter in the OOP sense, where we're encapsulating setting logic to do validation an… https://t.co/SGenyebqTgWe've all been there. We have some state that a child component needs to control. So what do we do? We define the s… https://t.co/WA12OqqTH51: Uni-directional prop flow as religion is a shitty religion. A solid component model, with props being passed do… https://t.co/boUio9Jpy3I know I've been heavy on the Svelte hype lately. Some folks have been asking for specifics, which is pretty reason… https://t.co/k5STZw4eAr @btsheehy https://t.co/r8YhtWo4ty @slnsrn @ken_wheeler No but I should be :P @ryanflorence lol forgot the , {} @ryanflorence @RiotARedHerring @petermikitsh @mjackson @remix_run I'm not mad about the marketing approach. I just… https://t.co/egw3nbFDjHMultiple modals appears to work. I think I have something here. Think I also know how to get spring transitions w… https://t.co/yIBhz7OGBI @whitetechbro @Rich_Harris What about animations????? @whitetechbro Powerful & simple The abstractions are extremely dev friendly @Rich_Harris was right—JSX / "Just JS… https://t.co/rmtR28YCBMOnly thing Svelte is missing: ability to do spring animations on in/out transitions—but!—@Rich_Harris tells me he'l… https://t.co/MNLdFnEjoTAfter a few hours I appear to have a crude, early, but functioning reusable Svelte modal component with a declarati… https://t.co/qTMXo6lPHilolol not only does the import component functionality work, but it even inserts the new component import in *alphabetical order* 😎 😍 @monasticpanic too long
10/23
2020
@chazmuzz Have not, no. @JacobMGEvans @ken_wheeler I'm not against it either - but it's a hella nice feature!And of course by "tooling" I mean the. VS Code plugin. Install that bitch and you're done.And yeah I know the auto-import thing works with React. Usually. If you're using default exports it's often a crap… https://t.co/o8RrOz4mUxThe nicest surprise with Svelte has been the tooling. I expected it to be raw, but, and I swear on @ken_wheeler's f… https://t.co/ae6DSQlf6eCurrent mood https://t.co/25vHFbO0MD @Rich_Harris @ErikCampobadal Oh slick. I'm impressed this is supported! @ErikCampobadal You can create a package of reactive content - not with the $: syntax though - derived stores are l… https://t.co/8QZOb2pkUp @ErikCampobadal No but you can't even do that in react. Hooks never mess w/ component lifecycle methods, since comp… https://t.co/ShJnkEKEaoMe a week ago: "Svelte seems cool, but man it doesn't have the ecosystem React does" Me now: "Holy shit Svelte is… https://t.co/6KMEUaIcB2 @_JessicaSachs I'll try :) @spion Maybe ...Anyone else write regexes by opening dev tools on their nearest browser tab and just ... pounding it until it works? https://t.co/UTUO7OXYfBI'm so sorry. 😂 https://t.co/ArQ5nxaD7W
Retweeted by Adam RackisMe, in March: “I am a toilet paper god. I have enough to last for life. Never again will I need to purchase tp like… https://t.co/kkWpD75Rlt @Swizec @ladyleet Ah ok. Yeah to be clear, I like collaborative coding, while helping a candidate work through things, let them Google, etc. @Swizec @ladyleet Who said I wouldn’t?! @_JessicaSachs Yep. I love it. The React equivalents are so much more painful, less fluid, etc. @ladyleet Ideally, yeah. You'd have to try to talk through the code they give you and get a sense of how well they… https://t.co/DBNypOPKEY
10/22
2020
@ladyleet I lean slightly toward what dude's saying, tho "toxic" is pretty excessive Pairing during the interview… https://t.co/T7eJ8yyqNt @TheOnion @Espngreeny 🙃Losing my fucking MIND at this Quibi show where actual Emmy winner Rachel Brosnahan plays a woman obsessed with her… https://t.co/wUD0mhGZZ0
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @seldo Reminds me of the old Richard Pryor movie "Brewster's Millions" where he has to waste an obscene amount of m… https://t.co/DCDzCEqPvs @TeamYouTube @youtubemusic @GooglePlayMusic @tjayfowler Also not sure who cares, but YouTube Music is dogshit compa… https://t.co/FUtwNvPpyH @TeamYouTube You misunderstood the question. I mean this: https://t.co/8lXPwqz9QA /cc @youtubemusic @GooglePlayMusic @tjayfowler @youtubemusic will you be allowing your users to cast directly to Sonos before shutting down @GooglePlayMusic?… https://t.co/XESpYFDQsR @btsheehy Serious question have you ever tucked a shirt in? Doing so while *laying on your back* isn't all that effective. @seldo @MylesBorins He wasn't really relevant anymore though. Not like he had a current TV show, standup comedy rou… https://t.co/ntsvLQ74ip @alecdotbiz Oh man so much cringe. Seeing old tweets is like hearing your own voice on a recording. @Rich_Harris @dancow Oh man Rich I didn't know you were making your own memes like @kentcdodds @Rich_Harris I'll just pretend you're sincere and that tweet wasn't dripping with English sarcasm 🤡 @Rich_Harris holy shitOk never mind Svelte sucks I'm going back to Suspense https://t.co/aAaeszvYBKOnly negative thing I've found about Svelte so far: docs are bit lacking. Advanced use cases aren't covered well.… https://t.co/G4nS12BAqO @ObedParla @danbucholtz @crswll Racist boomers are about the only people using Facebook these days. So yeah, no way… https://t.co/92gvwNs2qO @ErikCampobadal Not off hand, but I *think* what I call “stale while invalidate” is what I call hard reset in my Gr… https://t.co/Nu3BbDjhrd @acemarke It’s not impossible :) @TheFatPanther 👊🍺It feels SO good to have the original, non-Suspense version of my GraphQL client back. It's much simpler, and easie… https://t.co/ugQ5BDJwcnAnd that's it. Now begins the real work, of migrating all the tests from React over to Svelte. If you're by chance… https://t.co/gs7tl5zNUpThe main challenge was ... webpack. If webpack doesn't have .mjs at the front of the extensions array, bad things h… https://t.co/7NhDXyjC7CMy plan for migrating micro-graphql-react to Svelte was to fork the repo, then use a rusty machete to hack away the… https://t.co/qk5A45DR49
10/21
2020
@swyx @markdalgleish @iammerrick But I know next to nothing about accessibility so I have no clue whether to be optimistic or not, here. @swyx @markdalgleish @iammerrick My reading was more “this is so hard devs hand-crafting their code don’t get it ri… https://t.co/wrNaQBZ3eP @brionv @seldo If my bank’s mobile app didn’t let me deposit checks by snapping a photo I can’t imagine what I’d have to do. @danbucholtz @crswll Zuck has been painfully crystal clear that he doesn’t give a fuck about whatever concerns his… https://t.co/5XgzvumRt0 @buildsghost 🍑 @danbucholtz @crswll Not really, no. Facebook crossed whatever line ever existed for possibly being a positive forc… https://t.co/zMSAtkFn1O @crswll Nobody who can pass their engineering screen wants to work there.Ohhh maybe I could tweak the ML algorithms to help boost COVID misinformation and white supremacist groups to help… https://t.co/dAfnfE4BH2lol Facebook's hiring problems have them scraping the bottom of the barrel, spamming my hotmail account 😅 https://t.co/IqrvJuvWjd @AbduL_Haseeb_ Literally fun. I'm hooked. @joshmanders Ah - thanks!🚀 My illustrated book for #RxJS is expanding beyond the initial scope. The next version will cover 12 additional op… https://t.co/hW65mgy8jL
Retweeted by Adam Rackis @MSTRMN_ If you're well familiar with React already, I'd recommend going for something new, ie Svelte. @AbduL_Haseeb_ wc's have them too - apparently Svelte's are much more flexible. @MSTRMN_ It's literally fun. @BeerAndBlank BAHAHAHAHA thank you SO much I 100% missed that omg 😅Big things happening https://t.co/uMATIaDG0G @BadLegalTakes Man this account has been working overtime. You're doing god's work though - thank you 🍺 @BenLesh @bongomansam Cambridge! (have a friend who went to Harvard) @jmsplease @mattgperry Nah - I decided to just start migrating things now :P https://t.co/GXT6zxpOvh @antony @mmarchois @Rich_Harris Cool cool - as I expected, thanks. I just wasn't sure what you meant by "you can't… https://t.co/tVtxZHFlyX
10/20
2020

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