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TypeScript, scala, UX, cats. Love slick & fast frontends. "Success so clearly in view... Or is it merely a trick of the light?"

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@_jayphelps It has no correlation.
9/29
2020
@simonw @jaffathecake It mostly boils down to "Managing state over time is hard" @toddmorey @rubygeek @ericnormand The issue is sites that are appish or apps that are siteish
9/24
2020
@OrganicAnt @lichess Wow!
9/22
2020
@marvinhagemeist Hey! Listen! @marvinhagemeist Non e2e testing for frontend always has felt like a huge waste of time to me :/ Unless you test ve… https://t.co/LtnOLYfYCv @heydonworks I've seen many "designers" being way too seduced by low contrast crap. @dan_abramov Do you need a break? Haha
9/21
2020
@Gymlib Pour résumer : J'ai actuellement l'offre parainage qui se termine le 15 octobre (ce que je peux comprendre)… https://t.co/0lRe4mx0KF @Gymlib ça peut intéresser d'autres personnes je pense :) @Gymlib Vous n'avez plus d'offre pour les particuliers ? (i.e, ni via une société/partenaire, ni avec gymlib lite qui est une blague)
9/15
2020
@chriswiinch @jaffathecake @devongovett Data first is cool.
9/14
2020
@rickhanlonii Also It's not like he's still technically relevant anyway
9/13
2020
@adamwathan So basically, it's almost COMPLETELY wrong. @jaffathecake @devongovett |> would also work brilliantly and let everyone avoid the idiosyncrasies of JS's this.… https://t.co/hXK0ofLzLq @mar15sa @jeiting That's the selling point for me. Selling your time is one thing, selling an entirely unflexible 8… https://t.co/QZOazVHP36
9/12
2020
@simevidas Outstanding take
9/10
2020
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9/7
2020
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Retweeted by Alex Galays @erwan Teudeuleuleuleuleuleu
9/5
2020
@jaredpalmer React hooks, reentrance and closure issues is a nightmare for most devs. All that... And it's not even… https://t.co/7OwsDWiKhn
9/3
2020
darn, should've had it on a lower temperature https://t.co/AEzFS6tIws
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9/1
2020
@marvinhagemeist Basically every remotely performant, big app uses a variation of this pattern :D Why would should… https://t.co/UtN7IhUa5f @AdamRackis https://t.co/g97wYHg2CH
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8/31
2020
@DavidKPiano @AdamRackis LOL @jordwalke It scales very well up to one person! @_developit What's next? Wasteland 3?
8/30
2020
@DavidKPiano @karimjamal @timkevinoxley Absolutely. Or preact. React has little merit nowadays anyway... It feels l… https://t.co/jKjRkpGtDB
8/29
2020
@_developit @cramforce But the bytes, Jason.
8/28
2020
@haroenv @_developit Yes, changing the tag name or key of a component instance will always "remount it". Same with… https://t.co/NpuNYQZvzW
8/24
2020
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8/12
2020
@erwan @matti_sg_fr @trainline_fr bof, c'est encore plus lent. Si possible je passe par https://t.co/OcpZHHcfob @matti_sg_fr @trainline_fr Je ne passe plus par eux, ils ont réussi à défoncer ce qu'ils ont acheté, en très peu de temps. @MicheBarks It was the first bundler to have that many features but its api and documentation are terrible; there a… https://t.co/PXGYoRcNEk @MicheBarks Yes it is. Try to use rollup if possible.
8/10
2020
@TasteDaLoko @LiliMiss75 @prefpolice @Anne_Hidalgo Yup. @BuserBrooks https://t.co/yILicUZpIuWhen Wokes and Racists Actually Agree on Everything. https://t.co/Z9SlfscUjQ
Retweeted by Alex GalaysEvery Silicon Valley Company Right Now https://t.co/Ad3z2CJog3
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8/9
2020
React and its mainstream ecosystem is SO over-engineered and unproductive for everybody, devs and users alike. Devs… https://t.co/gg3t1nux27 @polotek My experience 100%
8/8
2020
@longlho @wongmjane It does. caching almost does nothing; people use CDNs, their own servers, different versions, e… https://t.co/f3ORVjI1PI @jaffathecake Reminds me of https://t.co/ho2Av6m6iO @jaffathecake "forward thinking team" @jaffathecake awww hell nooooo @ctrlshifti for loops scare me. @garybernhardt Stupid clean code book haha.
8/6
2020
😈 cc: @Rich_Harris https://t.co/M7CB2t0DfM
Retweeted by Alex Galays#reactjs closure hooks COMPOSE. What did it cost? https://t.co/lohKvy84tb @jaffathecake @stefanjudis Some startups I know deploy dozens of times per day ^^do you like me? https://t.co/wQsXWdoqqk
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8/5
2020
I'll be honest, I never expected people would go out of their way and actually type a completely new language using… https://t.co/912uI1DiLk @its_hebilicious @marvinhagemeist @dan_abramov @swyx @rickhanlonii @cpojer @CompuIves @youyuxi imo a way better low… https://t.co/dk7Vu18QXZ @its_hebilicious @marvinhagemeist @dan_abramov @swyx @rickhanlonii @cpojer @CompuIves @youyuxi I think the main tak… https://t.co/uuyZv4kLqB @dan_abramov @swyx @rickhanlonii @cpojer @CompuIves In this github thread https://t.co/3TXVutIk20 @youyuxihttps://t.co/JvoNq7vJHo
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8/4
2020
@ProjectLincoln A bear shits in the wood. @dhh Still not fully sure why it's so hard getting good startups here in Europe. They get started by commercial/mar… https://t.co/CeKwe4xGl0 @AnaInesMey @Google @usblackchambers It increases racism only. @wget42 @mathieudelvaux @Google @usblackchambers Or mexicans, or natives or disabled people, etc. It's just beyond stupid. @cosasdejunior @RafaDJMion @Google @usblackchambers They did it for the PR, only they didn't think it could be a negative PR stunt. @Google @usblackchambers This increases racism and will have the biggest list of unintended consequences ever. @jayalders @Google @usblackchambers google is supposed to have many intelligent people, how can no one have vetoed this crap ?! @Google @usblackchambers This is soooo dumb.
8/3
2020
@BeeReese3 @100PercentAdam @ukno_dre @MickIsCringe @Chukey_D It was still a mistake. You would realize it in any other environment. @justsheavassar @hrmny_ It's 99% unnecessary. I think it's useful for the very, very best companies where they don'… https://t.co/WUtRQ50UqK
8/2
2020
@tomus_sherman @kentcdodds Excited to try it :) @tomus_sherman @kentcdodds Alright, hopefully it will be faster than all the hacks we have to do today yeah. A big… https://t.co/fobe0sX9dA
8/1
2020
@kentcdodds It might still be too slow to compare complex records though? @eunicekokor @_developit They do! Now if only other lib maintainers were 1/10 as serious about it :D
7/31
2020
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Retweeted by Alex Galays @rleija_ @_developit The human eye can't see past 13fps after all. @marvinhagemeist hoooooow @vincentriemer So basically keep huge number of elements (in lists, etc) and let the browser optimize it? I've neve… https://t.co/CimqfLaTtA @Pierstoval @cris178 @ctrlshifti And you were waaaaaay too quick to assume mansplaining. Classic.
7/30
2020
@ddprrt @preactjs The fear of not going mainstream
7/28
2020
@hrmny_ @_developit Fallout 1, 2 and New Vegas are cool :) @_developit Maybe The Outer Words @_developit Were you more into the story, the gameplay, the battles, the card game, the quests, all the above? :D @_developit @georgesboris You headed to the cemetery instead (at least, for a first time) to the undead burg. Every… https://t.co/HaJnSbv2CQ
7/25
2020
No it must not https://t.co/kD5qZjlrFh
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7/24
2020
@mjackson It's too slow as a compiler on the FE. You want to check the emited output visually in // of the typechec… https://t.co/LI2FqDIgJs @le_gorafi Très bon (et un peu osé). @jaffathecake allMentions.reduce((numberOfCats, mention) => 2)
7/22
2020
@owencm Till they itch.
7/21
2020
@Lachlan19900 @marvinhagemeist @antfu7 That's what micro frontend is; you MUST use them all.
7/20
2020
@TeamNINJAStudio Is a PC version already planned?
7/19
2020
@johnyouwill @robwormald preact is good :)
7/17
2020
Who initially made this meme? It's pretty funny. https://t.co/M1BtNvlrQL @jaffathecake @johnBalv @lenaggar foreach's only use nowadays is if you have a readily available function you can j… https://t.co/w5cjNrzo35
7/16
2020
@housecor Maturity level 4: Only one redraw per api response :p (if using react)
7/15
2020
@iamwarry @greweb I'm not a gardener but I didn't know :p @jaffathecake @glenwheeler People who say "son" are usually the worst.
7/13
2020
@filearts @marvinhagemeist It would be VERY surprising if a regex was faster than these two, easily optimizable primitives. @dan_abramov It can even work if that monad implements the iterable protocol, hehe. @dan_abramov <h1>{Some("Monadic title best title")}</h1>
7/12
2020
@JimMFelton @jaffathecake https://t.co/6ZtpwkExaT
7/10
2020
What's next? https://t.co/ofOY401Rex
7/9
2020
@marvinhagemeist @_developit @preactjs Faster and less bytes is having one's cake and eat it too <3
7/8
2020
@Landoooo15 @AidanSmith2020 Try to read the tweets again.
7/7
2020

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