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I made an Electron app 100x smaller and reduced its idle memory by 100x. How? By hosting it on an URL. And openin… https://t.co/8wnp4zT3uw
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7/5
2020
@buildsghost The AirPods pro are really convenient and comfortable enough to wear them through out the working day,… https://t.co/NAyBPH14NQ
7/4
2020
@koval_kovel Прочитал как "в подъезде" и подумал как сильно нужно было напиться 🤔
7/2
2020
@peterpme Ooh I know this one. Flow type has it too 😅 @css Something happened there https://t.co/tqW0lYOlV7 @IAmTrySound @brucel Even if you have a device available it’s usually easier to jump versions and hardware using si… https://t.co/hySTgPt6Jc @alexandereardon @marvinhagemeist This is precisely the approach that we use internally in reshadow. However the co… https://t.co/HqdT9fZYhl
7/1
2020
@myshov Поздравляю🎉
6/30
2020
Precisely the reason I’ve been rooting for the web all this time. You get all of this out of this box. And one more… https://t.co/AXUBGIgw1c
6/29
2020
@felixge @thorstenball Can you share on which plugin for vs code you’ve tried that worked well for you? I know that… https://t.co/Rz9pncz2gl @felixge @thorstenball Excited to see neovim’s built in lsp functionality to evolve but it’s just not there as of now @felixge @thorstenball Sarry but have you tried coc.nvim? Works in reg vim too. In my experience it’s capable of pr… https://t.co/gWkOIL6K8v
6/26
2020
@jsunderhood Это ведь самое веселое 😉 @aweary @discord Folks from large corporations are jealous of you being able to work on a11y full time 🙂 Congrats! @r3nya Уже соскучился по бордерам между файлами и папками
6/24
2020
@r3nya Как можно на бету подписаться и попррбовать? @jsunderhood Очень плюсую. Хорошие доклады вынашиваются в голове и заметках от нескольких месяцев до года, это до т… https://t.co/FeOfmCB2jI
6/23
2020
@ThePrimeagen The question is did you get your @deno_land hoodie?😏 @sarahcodes1 I’ve had a similar situation yet a quite different out take https://t.co/FsfXu02LaY https://t.co/c2x3Vg7DuL @ThePrimeagen Webpack no doubt
6/22
2020
web dev: i will only trigger this function when the mouse is somewhat close to the button to save cpu cycles game d… https://t.co/2XZpqvh8ZH
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6/21
2020
I can't begin to express how complicated it is to treat a cancer relapse during a pandemic, made so much worse by f… https://t.co/WDDmzGFri9
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6/20
2020
@calebmer Lua was created by Brazilians but used English keywords. Most popular languages are in all English. There… https://t.co/0AH8TWFycD @peduarte People think buttons are easy... 😉
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6/19
2020
The new and experimental github design(left). Interesting https://t.co/4bDFAp6Fsd
6/18
2020
@jordwalke Unfortunately there isn’t really a keyboard workflow to use the browser's dev tools ☹️"My wrists hurt from repeatedly using my mouse. Any recommendations for an ergonomic mouse?" What I hear: "My hea… https://t.co/T8DvSYsK7Q
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6/15
2020
@matheus1lva @IAmTrySound Awesome work! I’ve had an attempt at a thing regarding node_modules size… https://t.co/Yt9Iw2z8pu
6/12
2020
And I am not great at vim script, I'm just horrible with pythonI came to a conclusion that I am more comfortable with using vim script rather than python 🤷‍♂️
6/10
2020
@montogeek I can only come up with disadvantages ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
6/8
2020
@thorstenball On top of that vim extension breaks the best vscode feature. You can copy code from vscode and paste… https://t.co/XgbdhlGhnv
6/6
2020
Going to stream some open source dev, join up if you're also #stuckathome https://t.co/Q4GFMKHI8z
5/23
2020
@carolstran E2E testing could also make the listit's legitimately annoying that on macOS the shortcut CTRL+left/right arrow to go to pervious/next workspace for a… https://t.co/GYwkIf3UON
5/19
2020
@felixge The reactions are priceless 😅 @mlfrg it's a joke =)This must be some kind of joke, what about libraries that reach a state of feature completeness? https://t.co/SdTJgl219Q @Zmoki Swaggerlint, ESLint, stylelint
5/18
2020
@Joaogala85 @markdalgleish https://t.co/28fuaKJiaJ
5/17
2020
I've migrated from spectacle to rectangle Mac OS window manager and the one added feature I totally adore is "almos… https://t.co/guPodEsJws
5/14
2020
@jordwalke Yet I do agree with your point @jordwalke The client side stuff is tricky since then the user has to do extra work to make sure that they will onl… https://t.co/6uEMdxFIa5If you happen to track the test coverage using Istanbul(jest uses it under the hood) there's an ESLint plugin to he… https://t.co/BkTtjkvv1o @pepelsbey Монструозность конфига может быть обозначена 2мя вещами - человек недостаточно хорошо знает инструмент и… https://t.co/aVqpoExa3f @pepelsbey Я именно об этом, поэтому же сейчас популярны такие вещи как CRA/next.js/gatsby, которые эту монструозно… https://t.co/OthjK4o340 @pepelsbey Конфиг vs код - вопрос чисто про личные предпочтения, хочется писать код по задаче, а не для инфры, если… https://t.co/o4bjG4aQQM @pepelsbey Про бандлеры, имхо вебпак нужен не всем, если тебе хватает того же Parcel'а и нет желания нужды делать о… https://t.co/fWC9CICPKp @pepelsbey Сравнивать бандлер и таск раннер, это не совсем честно. бандлер это более нишевая штука и это ок, что ее… https://t.co/VBXNa6kXan
5/11
2020
@EarHolesMcgee Literally spent the day watching OBS tutorials. Gonna give it a try next Sunday 😅
5/10
2020
It’s been two month of isolation and today I’ve started considering doing some open source twitch streaming 🤔There is no point in using semicolons if you use Prettier "improves readability" -- Have fun proving that "without… https://t.co/sbdvmDngFL
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5/9
2020
@_developit In short HMR is a must for any project that indicates a good DX @_developit HMR is deco a must. Even if your builds are blazing fast HMR is valuable for 3 reasons: 1. No one got t… https://t.co/NgbgDbvqx4
5/4
2020
@housecor @buildsghost Why not have a common interface, ie interface CommonProps {} interface SmBtnProps extends… https://t.co/wOLgifSr8c @benawad My feed didn’t disappoint https://t.co/G1riwd6WOD
5/3
2020
@StrugovschikovS Я делал так - проходил по всем результатам первой страницы выдачи https://t.co/wZwdoijxzG - сидел… https://t.co/SlsXxCpnwM @StrugovschikovS Да, но узнал я это когда готовился к собеседованию. Позднее на практике пригодилось.
5/1
2020
I often see people complain that "tool X isn't good at Y, and unfortunately it does Z", and they may be right. BUT,… https://t.co/gO9e7CRQmO
Retweeted by Anton Kastritskiy100% test coverage can only make sense if your product can reach "feature complete" status. @dmitryzaets There are also https://t.co/EwiHzdITn7 by @WeWork https://t.co/d4oZ6u2PfB by @ZalandoTechhttps://t.co/BWAt3qkAhv @dmitryzaets Depending on contract format you can pick a linter. If we are talking REST swagger/openapi is well pop… https://t.co/N5qSSv8TZ6 @dmitryzaets First of all API is a contract between two services. Therefore contract first development is a preferr… https://t.co/leo0dFCG4j
4/30
2020
@StrugovschikovS 456 =)I am straight up amazed that source code linters are well used everywhere yet very few consider linting their api 🤷‍♂️ @wincent in particular stuff like this https://t.co/lfryopR1Jd @wincent Totally agree, except until the new release testing library types can be a rather painful process. It was so much easier with flow @wincent After many years working with flow, how was your experience with ts which until close future haven’t had expect-error comments?
4/29
2020
The latest tmux version finally includes default looking up config file from XDG_CONFIG_HOME, not sure why I got so… https://t.co/csJJsBfuBz
4/27
2020
@carolstran @smashingmag I really enjoy this idea. https://t.co/N6AE3BovcU https://t.co/ep5jUpNnBf
4/24
2020
@pepelsbey @Balya 👍 @pepelsbey @Balya С now таких проблем нет. Я про впн. В целом согласен, но немного обидно тратить 2 часа на такое,… https://t.co/XXqsYd1hsd @pepelsbey @Balya Оффтоп, но зачем так делать, именно для статики? А именно когда есть уйма удобных сервисов с инте… https://t.co/AXBeQRmLW3
4/23
2020
@tlakomy @slightlylate Remember how they started highlighting websites that don't use https, perhaps something similar could be utilized.Imagine putting together a useful, informative, and quite frankly slick-looking data visualization on short notice… https://t.co/kOMUqDljGY
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4/20
2020
The more I think about different approaches to testing front end stuff, the more I come back to this tweet https://t.co/RPQbXYXHTH
4/17
2020
@markdalgleish https://t.co/trYauR8dHD
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4/13
2020
I’ve been missing existential operator since coffeescript. Most of coffee script landed in es2015, the rest is slow… https://t.co/B8vvYu0uVQ
4/9
2020
@belozyorcev @jsunderhood это было не очевидно, скажем в 2010 лучших кандидатов не было. Тот же es6 был сильно вдох… https://t.co/hakTGvF9VH @jsunderhood Осталось несколько часов в этой неделе и за нее было много про тайпскрипт, может можно хотя бы несколь… https://t.co/YbaQtmS62V @jsunderhood Хотелось бы отметить что изначально редактор atom был полностью написан на coffeescript
4/5
2020
@SegersIan forgive me father, for i have sinned
4/3
2020
@SaitoNakamura I have colleagues who brought their stationary stations home. Luckily my most consuming applications… https://t.co/3fnmMP5vWxMy only regret for the following quarantine month and having to work remotely the entire time is not asking for a 1… https://t.co/XTY9kBwWHL
4/2
2020
I've heard people praise @typescript for the DX impact in JavaScript ecosystem to the point where they say typescri… https://t.co/aCFVhj5qdifinally https://t.co/yWxNCbzSXY
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4/1
2020
Expect error comments with a warning if a comment is unnecessary 🙌 this has been long awaited feature and the thing… https://t.co/cVRhkzy7kd
3/27
2020
@davidwalshblog Delete all sleep() from your code
3/24
2020
This. GIF. Is. Everything. https://t.co/AJTRxvzKfH
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3/22
2020
For anyone looking for a decent zoom background, you are welcome https://t.co/U9XyaRDAn8 @jsunderhood Имхо общения на мероприятиях > доклады
3/18
2020
It’s been merged🥳
3/17
2020
@darkoefremov Definitely agree on this one👏👏👏 https://t.co/iBItvK3LYN
3/15
2020
If you use: - vim/neovim to write front end stuff - coc.nvim for LSP (I am aware of the unfortunate naming) - CSS m… https://t.co/IYm22reoyM @marvinhagemeist you're on to something 😉 https://t.co/FeHZJQFynmIf only I could commit shit like this on a daily https://t.co/EJK4hETmPz
3/9
2020
@chemzqm are there any documentation on writing plugins for coc.nvim besides https://t.co/FRdV94J66u ?
3/8
2020
Have you ever seen developers who don't like managers so much that they won't install a window manager?
3/5
2020

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