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v1.0.0 released! https://t.co/LYnmPEHgq2
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5/14
2020
assetgraph-builder (https://t.co/qPuwinAvs4) should get some more usage. it’s great for static sites, like… https://t.co/DIxxhfk6NY
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5/2
2020
@_munter_ @AndyDavies While it would be great to get the harfbuzz branch exercised, I’m afraid it’s still early day… https://t.co/FOzmbnBoUN
2/27
2020
@_munter_ I guess that’s why many apps boil it down to “Something went wrong, have you tried reloading the page?” or even “Aw, snap!” 🤔
1/13
2019
@projectwallace @PostCSS @csstree I hope it’ll have a nice selector selector syntax! 😼
12/4
2019
@christianpanton Kunne også ligne en hekseægs-tværsnit-latte :) https://t.co/AwDCLwQjFz
11/16
2019
@drkrab https://t.co/GMgEjYrAVv
11/1
2019
Implemented subfont on my site. Super easy to use from the CLI and really improved the performance. It is really c… https://t.co/n8hVlnEUoj
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10/16
2019
Need to safely parse untrusted EXIF metadata in JavaScript? The latest, security-hardened version 1.0.3 of the exif… https://t.co/TH64wnGmUa
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9/30
2019
Across a culture, technology evolves on its own, branching and adapting. Within your company, you can freeze time.… https://t.co/YzE9OCWi3W
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7/28
2019
@peterbrodersen Pas nu på, du ikke undervurderer menneskeheden :)
7/27
2019
@mikeal @ryzokuken mocha builds its docs with 11ty and uses https://t.co/syH2MMf8lc to squish everything as a post… https://t.co/vDmgyYtozm
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6/6
2019
@pmakholm Mandatknapsack!
6/4
2019
When you use object spread with the return value of a lodash function, you end up with something like foo = { ..._.… https://t.co/hzvbH0KNhG
5/6
2019
@unexpectedjs just started collapsing unchanged sections in the string diff - it is the small things that count.… https://t.co/6unQ2qcR7a
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4/25
2019
@salomvary Funny choice of words, but I guess it's because integers outside of that range will "overflow" into late… https://t.co/9PWFAg9QQy
4/6
2019
Doing a voice over demo for the great guys @peakonTeam #inclusiveDesign @AbilityNet https://t.co/iX9c8LCVvX
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2/26
2019
@peakonteam are looking for great engineers across backend, frontend, mobile, QA and more. #travisAlums if you want… https://t.co/IMgzzLXff7
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2/21
2019
Here are the slides for my talk "The future of JavaScript bundlers": https://t.co/2o6sCfSMy5 #frontenddeveloperlove
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2/14
2019
We released v11 of @unexpectedjs the other day https://t.co/E1RxJoJ3fz. We made sure to make all known plugins forw… https://t.co/Bn29n0e7i7
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1/11
2018
Mocha uses @unexpectedjs for its own tests. try it dammit! #stateofjavascript #npm #javascript #nodejs #mochajshttps://t.co/FFiemE7zwy
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12/7
2018
@wejendorp @unexpectedjs @sunesimonsen Fixed in magicpen-media @ 1.5.2 :)
11/19
2018
@stevensnedker 29: mygfjæswokpåløbhvinexquartzcd (Forhenværende compact disc lavet af quartz indeholdende optagels… https://t.co/315rv3QxL9
8/24
2018
@stevensnedker 29: vådchokbjørnsquawætfezgylpmix (Blanding af gylpe på fezer hørende til æten for en squaw kendete… https://t.co/jlfU7TvuON
8/23
2018
Testing https://t.co/fRVMJd3fU0 and the results are impressive! we could save more than 50Kb of font files (because… https://t.co/kfumGaQJX9
Retweeted by Andreas Lind @jamiebuilds @sindresorhus Bluebird calls it Promise.reflect, but offers a different fulfillment value: https://t.co/LZpKqN9c3t
7/26
2018
assetgraph, фреймворк для оптимизации быстродействия сайтов, основанный на анализе подключаемых ресурсов вроде карт… https://t.co/gLbB36tcM5
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7/24
2018
@_munter_ @philnash In assetgraph-builder we use https://t.co/eG1H75wHvk to generate the service worker late in the… https://t.co/h3ZE7aPI9m
7/16
2018
@mattdesl The name esmify is a bit confusing because it converts FROM esm syntax, not to?
7/10
2018
Not a big fan of frameworks, but this one is heavily underrated. Assetgraph, an optimization framework for web page… https://t.co/BFdR79jqSL
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5/31
2018
more #mochajs users should try Unexpected—it’s a criminally overlooked assertion library https://t.co/FsRGXKhAce
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5/8
2018
@LeaVerou Some promise libraries have Promise#tap which works like this.
5/4
2018
@msiebuhr @banedanmark Hvad var det så i virkeligheden?
4/12
2018
@pokeymike @olivier_bossaer @Scott_Helme I've previously found CSP useful for preventing script execution in SVGs.
3/26
2018
Slides from my @robothonconf 2018 slides on Linebreaking, Justification & Variable Fonts: https://t.co/WZaDvuKLL1
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3/14
2018
Today we are becoming a proud new member of the @balderton family with an investment led by @bliautaud Thanks to o… https://t.co/ymVhP32Gcj
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2/27
2018
@TheLarkInn Ah, monomania. It's a blessing and a curse :)
1/15
2018
@HasseFeldthaus Better get that Content-Security-Policy in place :)
1/8
2017
@mafintosh @wa7son Could be fun, I'm in! :)
12/23
2017
Skip to 01:10:10 to hear yours truly talking #employeeengagement with The Teesside Paxman @radioparr this morning:… https://t.co/bUhCnTW9i6
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12/19
2017
@_munter_ @malchata @addyosmani @zachleat You can think of our approach as a “multidimensional getComputedStyle” ba… https://t.co/gtLgpMB1Le
11/26
2017
If you want to optimize your web font loading I'm working on tooling that helps you do exactly this. Automatically… https://t.co/f1HSZGtayu
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11/12
2017
I have a problem with introducing junior developers to web dev using massive tooling setup where the whole web plat… https://t.co/UfccXniCFk
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11/10
2017
@simonw @rauchg It doesn't, but it proves that you've burned some cpu cycles, similar to bitcoin mining. "We'll sen… https://t.co/daP3ipYLGK
10/18
2017
unexpected-react looks nice. Maybe I should move from mocha+enzyme to jest+unexpected-react - if I find the time... https://t.co/6Yp0tgnogp
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10/14
2017
I just spiced up the https://t.co/FWVdt4fkXf front page example. People owe it to themselves to try our to satisfy… https://t.co/7qiMfFdt5H
Retweeted by Andreas Lind70 Peakons forming our logo in the sand at the Lisbon offsite last week. #peakontour #peakonsummit #engagementhttps://t.co/eQgYoKBkXI
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10/10
2017
If you're trying out enzyme 3 with React 16, try out unexpected-react 5 - simpler tests and much improved output!… https://t.co/F3vQ7y8e8P
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9/27
2017
@mnorgaard @weltstrom @kriller Digitalt er godt. Ergo er morlille digital.
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9/25
2017
One of JavaScripts great strengths is that it is never beautiful, this allows us to fully concentrate on the real task at hand.
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9/1
2017
🙌 Retweet if you use ExpressJS 🌟 and are grateful to @blipsofadoug for his excellent and tireless work maintaining it over the years. 🏆
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8/27
2017
@domenic @Timothy__Gu 11.2.0 is tagged in the github repo, but hasn't been released to the npm registry?
8/21
2017
@Lady_Ada_King Looks like the promise will never be resolved if the getter is accessed after the animation has finished?
8/19
2017
@_munter_ @chriseppstein Yes, you're correct, looks like it's very naive. @_munter_ @chriseppstein https://t.co/MlS9CRs9zk
8/12
2017
@christianpanton Den, der tier, samtykker :)
8/7
2017
Retweet if you know a young girl gamer out there that disagrees with this. https://t.co/TXgptW1eCk
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8/4
2017
@nikgraf @cpojer @Jest How about using .listen(0) to spin up the server on a vacant port, avoiding the state keepin… https://t.co/IEEItWjkXM
7/28
2017
Despite 600k downloads per month, SystemJS gets just $10 pm in user donations via the readme support link! (excluding @canopytax sponsor)
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7/27
2017
I’m writing a book about webfonts for @abookapart! Sign up to get notified when it is released: https://t.co/A8Buv58frc
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7/11
2017
@sebmck @yarnpkg To avoid lock-in? IMO yarn.lock and custom package.json properties are fair game, but custom depen… https://t.co/yfohgudbB2 @sebmck @yarnpkg Then I misunderstood the original "secure alternative npm" mission statement. Frankly a bit worrie… https://t.co/rMMKodx3Fe @sebmck @yarnpkg I'd love this feature, but I'm worried that it uses package.json syntax that's incompatible with t… https://t.co/CQCssv7Mw5
6/12
2017
Shiver me, @timberners_lee
5/25
2017
Announcing unexpected-preact! Now you can have great tests and great output for @preactjs too (incl jest snapshots)… https://t.co/YHMdwkhpFo
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5/4
2017
@_munter_ @okonetchnikov @mxstbr Guts are in https://t.co/ctPrjxnWfn but it was never fully integrated due to concu… https://t.co/EoLZffy8Qp
4/23
2017
When I'm writing tests in not-javascript (*cough*scala*cough*), i really miss the output of @unexpectedjs - every lang should have this
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4/20
2017
An article in which @ph1 basically redefines the @unexpectedjs API as a standard - those of us that have been using… https://t.co/Ii20EYdd2P
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3/31
2017
Amazed by the expressivness of @unexpectedjs testing @reactjs, @bruderstein at @jsunconf https://t.co/i6rA9XdpJ5
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3/26
2017
Idé: Placebo-medier. Hvor politikere kan skændes i et studie og komme med vilde provokationer. Uden at det bliver sendt. Uden at de ved det.
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3/14
2017
@sunesimonsen @unexpectedjs you give yourself too little credit ;)
1/20
2016
@freddyb @mikewest Good point, adding default-src 'none' in the generate-CSP-from-nothing case would be much better. Fixed in 1.2.0. @mikewest The work we did on generating #CSP headers for Assetgraph is now available as a stand-alone binary: https://t.co/4YIUzgrsq0
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10/10
2016
@cpojer gives me the warm and fuzzy feeling like https://t.co/V2wAoKeYRo assertions give. Keep up the good work! 😊
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8/31
2016
unexpected-check can now fuzz over an input https://t.co/W0lOsxPIjF. This is very useful if you have error case you want to investigate.
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8/4
2016
@_munter_, interesting edge case. I think sourcesContent should take precedence for this reason. I wonder what browser makers say. @_munter_ Does it work if you add a query string like ?orig to the a.js entry in the sources array of the source map?
7/14
2016
@passy any chance 8 of those are exceptions to a recurring VEVENT? In that case it's per spec.
6/18
2016
An approach for getting original source coverage reports with SystemJS + Mocha + Istanbul https://t.co/w4HSmL0PIe
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6/17
2016
@sunesimonsen @bruderstein unexpected, unexpected-react and now unexpected-shopping? 😂 https://t.co/qsPVhNLGLx
Retweeted by Andreas LindQuote from our Gitter channel: "This is crazy in all the right ways!"
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6/16
2016
Catching up on github notifications. This commit to assetgraph-builder is full of awesomeness! CSP and SRI automated https://t.co/KLyzYYnC55
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6/6
2016
I just uploaded "Next level testing with Unexpected" to @Vimeo: https://t.co/AYe2lZRces
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5/30
2016
unexpected-check just received support for asynchronous expectations: https://t.co/cJK6wQRqM6
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5/29
2016
"Speed up your tests. Nobody really like waiting, unless they are out of coffee" - @sunesimonsen @AtTheFrontend #unexpectedjs
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5/25
2016
@AtTheFrontend @sunesimonsen and @bram_stein are going to tear the place down :)Performance geekery: I squeezed the entire https://t.co/39jT2fudyn website in 26KB (including images and fonts). Who said fonts are slow?
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5/12
2016
The jspm 0.17 beta is finally out including conditional loading and universal JS support (enabled by the latter). https://t.co/rLTe1PkRqT
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4/30
2016
@guybedford I've had luck with require.main.require('y'). Also works when something in x.js is the top level, and when x is npm linked in.
4/26
2016
Listening to @sunesimonsen as he explains property based testing with unexpected-check. https://t.co/w9M5xI6IPh https://t.co/BakDrqsujI
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4/20
2016
Need to *left-pad* an image using JavaScript? sharp v0.14.0 introduces a new "img.extend({ left: padding })" feature https://t.co/5Xkm1rOcFR
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4/2
2016
https://t.co/FWVdt4fkXf v10.10.0 is out - now we just need 10 patch releases. https://t.co/SloQ3MkJRO
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3/4
2016
I just introduced stack trace trimming in Unexpected v10.9.0 https://t.co/FWVdt4fkXf https://t.co/thMu1XLIZj
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2/27
2016
Excited to be visiting @reactberlin on Monday, talking about https://t.co/3cvmGBMAf1 \o/
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2/18
2016
Great @bruderstein explaining how #unexpected gives superior diffs when testing #javascript https://t.co/WCy4V8HKP3
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1/15
2015
@bruderstein @JedWatson Thanks, that's very kind. You're not so bad yourself :)
12/28
2015
https://t.co/NsHpm7gXq0 deserves way more attention. It's become my go-to assertion tool for testing.
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11/30
2015
@mraleph One of these days these boots are gonna walk all over your code
11/26
2015
Don't get me wrong, I'm absolutely fine with dads who work. It boosts their self esteem and gives them an identity beyond just 'dad'.
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11/20
2015
Here it is. The missing piece to the #reactjs testing puzzle. Introducing full virtual DOM testing https://t.co/fJYUjc3anG
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11/17
2015

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