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@aj_deleon Both finished while I was tweeting 😬
9/21
2018
Ready. Set. Deploy! https://t.co/zOWVH0ALqK
9/20
2018
@FlavioCorpa @NikkitaFTW @jxnblk Nice slides! Any feature request for code surfer?
9/19
2018
@jamiebuilds Last time I checked it was in the "wondering" stage https://t.co/oIPpQVpjsZ
9/18
2018
@jxnblk @swyx Also there are two Code Surfer packages in the repo: one for mdx-deck and the other for any react app… https://t.co/YWIItJKt5Z⭐ 2,000 !
9/15
2018
@jeremenichelli Like this https://t.co/zPkW9gE01c
9/13
2018
@codinghorror pascal.pas ❤️ https://t.co/Mtztq7FZ9I
9/12
2018
🎥 Scroll, Zoom, and Highlight code in a mdx-deck slide presentation with Code Surfer <🏄/> 🆓… https://t.co/w6EBHoXOVH
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9/11
2018
@getify I always read !important as "not important". It's consistent with the CSS habit of always doing the opposit… https://t.co/pQFHi2UhCx
Retweeted by Rodrigo Pombo @getify I always read !important as "not important". It's consistent with the CSS habit of always doing the opposit… https://t.co/pQFHi2UhCx @CompuIves Can I use it with a custom preset/template? Or does it only support presets from https://t.co/dYADUnPGIR?
9/10
2018
@kylemathews @ryanflorence https://t.co/YzW7PbyV6f
9/5
2018
Gitpod is very similar to what I was trying to do with ForkBox, but much better (except for the name) https://t.co/vkmgBWXDQT
9/3
2018
@JoshWComeau @OhMyJersh There's multi-pane in v2, but it may be to early to start using it https://t.co/za6PVokJ7m
9/1
2018
Good thing about making a tool that shows code is that the docs can show the code that shows the code you are showi… https://t.co/8QVLY6uh46
8/30
2018
@MrAhmadAwais @FormidableLabs Looks great! https://t.co/bhTpkQZ5XG
8/29
2018
Thanks to @FlavioCorpa for the helpCodeSurfer hit 1k stars in two days! Just released a new version with better theming support:… https://t.co/saSLE287lZ
8/28
2018
@jeremenichelli That's for lazy loading to the browser, right? I was looking for something like "lazy installing" n… https://t.co/QeWHmJat2M
8/27
2018
@_philpl @jamiebuilds thanks :), any thoughts on the UI for touch support? https://t.co/4alKYkp0tT @_lpalmes @_philpl @jamiebuilds @zpao I thought that was spectacle-code-slide @_philpl First time using prop getters, I didn't love the api at first but then I realized how powerful it is. Look… https://t.co/dr6HGRlQdvHere is the repo: https://t.co/AMd66toLbv It's based on @_philpl prism-react-renderer and @jamiebuilds spectacle-code-slideI made this thing to show code in mdx-deck https://t.co/vnYvxdWiBl
8/26
2018
@rauchg gru1 🎉 @cpojer This https://t.co/w6xhLCRqsc
8/25
2018
Anyone lazy (down)loading node modules? I don't want to download big dependencies (like puppeteer) when not using themhoy @pomber arranca @Meetupjs_ar https://t.co/Mnp1Dmy1o5
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8/24
2018
Just wow https://t.co/w6xhLCRqsc
8/22
2018
@okbel @elmasse @impronunciable @_developit El jueves que viene vamos a hacer algunas cosas turbias con JSX en @Meetupjs_ar
8/17
2018
@swyx Thanks Shawn! Brilliant talk btw, on a topic that needed a talk like that.🔴 debugger; alert('August event is coming! 🐺'); 📆 Jueves 23, 19:00 puntual 🏢 En @Avature 🗣 Charlas de @julioolvrhttps://t.co/zuDE8tv9QC
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8/16
2018
@dan_abramov @sebmarkbage something like this would be awesome https://t.co/PYnL57gmKA
Retweeted by Rodrigo Pombo @dan_abramov @sebmarkbage something like this would be awesome https://t.co/PYnL57gmKA @palamago @Uber_ARG @CableFibertel te tengo uno mucho peor https://t.co/yzpRZ30imd
8/14
2018
@acemarke @ReactRally @ReactBoston Sounds like the first-world problems meme 🙂
8/10
2018
@sebmarkbage I think the problem with Suspense for this case is that it always shows the placeholder after the time… https://t.co/YF6Dhsa3uZ @sebmarkbage What if I want to prerender a different state for a component that is already mounted? For example, in… https://t.co/ZSxURdUsag
8/9
2018
I had to do some dockerfile golfing to keep the docker image under @zeithq 100MB limit, not easy when you have 100MB of node_modulesSide-project update: I wanted to test Dan's async demos entirely from the browser (without downloading or building… https://t.co/poy2ZzMEOJ @esacrosa Ey @fibertel, quiero eso que está en la foto
8/7
2018
TIL "git clone --depth 1 repo_url" Faster git clone when you don't care about repo's history
8/6
2018
@dan_abramov is the lazyLoadComponent function from Andrew's tweet there? or anywhere in GitHub? @swyx @Netlify This is how Now handles it. Is there something similar for @Netlify ?https://t.co/c1zg7c2vwE
8/3
2018
@esacrosa Muy buen nivel de replies, ya está en condiciones de rendir un test de Turing
8/2
2018
@rauchg It used to be more... insistent https://t.co/FMvH5123mB
8/1
2018
@tolmasky @rauchg I think auto-formatting isn't about more speed, it's about less distractions
7/29
2018
// TODO remove https://t.co/04i2WFS38Z
7/26
2018
@AsTexKG Thanks! Not yet (and not soon ☹️)
7/25
2018
@_lpalmes Ya casi tengo algo mostrable 🔜Reading the answers to this question https://t.co/PpHRvI86U6 in order: "For TCP, no" "Yes (for TCP)" "In principle… https://t.co/fvBXs3g6C5
7/20
2018
@zeithq Perfect timing, just when I needed them @swyx @GraphQL @AdamRackis Try this list https://t.co/T0AAgjYe8V
7/19
2018
@CompuIves I love these tricks. I try to use https://t.co/4ifwzG9fiJ as a guideline, but perceived performance depe… https://t.co/mgxvfIx9oR
7/12
2018
The new vs @code grid layout 👏👏 https://t.co/Dkf43E5V46 @botwikidotorg @mauritscorneIis Done!
7/11
2018
More fun with `npx https://t.co/9aJRyqk6uF`. You can now start a server on any port and you've a hosted an app/webs… https://t.co/faoCfBRug7
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7/10
2018
@klintmane Care to explain why?When you have more than one dockerfile, how do you name them? @tanyaisinmybed whoa, the API is practically the same as the thing I'm using @pegiadis Thanks. I was afraid to lose something by abstracting away action types and action creators, but guessing… https://t.co/4dCjquPg2T @dan_abramov I'll take a look at the libraries linked in the article. Thanks Dan. @dan_abramov Thanks. So the idea is to keep things simple and predictable at the expense of redundancy. I wasn't su… https://t.co/dXMPMRKltiFull code here: https://t.co/x0Wuu5JpTd https://t.co/7uUJlynnrcSecond day using Redux and already had to write an anti-boilerplate function. Am I missing some concept? Am I reinv… https://t.co/e9eQmWnnSa @kentcdodds Even if you don't publish it, writing it sounds like a good idea for organizing your thoughts
7/9
2018
@chantastic @dan_abramov @oleg008 My theory is that “I don’t like this tweet” is a placebo button
7/8
2018
@swyx much better than the custom state management code I was using 🙂Until today https://t.co/dvIvDuhzWU
7/7
2018
@acdlite @acemarke @brian_d_vaughn That learning means more changes to how Suspense works?
7/6
2018
@Jaypi_ @_developit Apache Zeppelin? @Jaypi_ @_developit What limitations? (I'm still deciding which one I want) @_developit Do you use both? Pixelbook and Surface Book? Which one is your favorite for coding? @rauchg Made me check if they were using React here: https://t.co/hbpyi7DjM8
7/5
2018
@DasSurma @aemkei @thespite @answer Object .getOwnPropertyNames(window) .filter(e => window[e] && window[e].length === 7) @BAFrontend @jetbrains // Blurear cosas: img { filter: blur(10px); } img:hover { filter: unset; }
7/3
2018
@idowudaramola React doesn’t really have any specific part called “virtual DOM”. This is a good intro based on actu… https://t.co/arUqvOuoAK
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7/2
2018
@ropombo @code Guardalo, algún día te va a servir
7/1
2018
vs @code tip: if you don't use the debugger you can remove the useless breakpoint column with "editor.glyphMargin": false
6/30
2018
@wdmartinez79 Listo, gracias!
6/29
2018
I miss C# extension methods https://t.co/VWDJeY9eTjI can't read "async/await" anymore without thinking of this slide. Thanks @wesbos https://t.co/MPPI0XlerR
6/26
2018
@hswolff @sebmarkbage @dan_abramov @mweststrate @swyx @peggyrayzis @acdlite I made a small demo some time ago to un… https://t.co/AY8GUwcTNi
6/25
2018
@iamdevloper Is let/const supported in every major browser? Looks like you are not using VAR
6/22
2018
@TheLarkInn Yes. Root for the underdog, root for #ARG . @brian_d_vaughn @reactjs This is awesome Brian. Can this also be used to distinguish between mounts and updates?
6/21
2018
throw is the new return https://t.co/rMbo7XP1Te https://t.co/9DgmqXRRC7
6/19
2018
Or from @jackconte https://t.co/71FKzUyGnb
6/16
2018
@saravanan10393 @dan_abramov You mean building your own Timeout in userland using React 16.4? As far as I know it can't be done.
6/13
2018
@code Will "move to a new file" work on functions? @dan_abramov Working on a side project that uses React Suspense. There is only one cache library and it doesn't hav… https://t.co/GcLXYBeXeo
6/12
2018
@kentcdodds @sharifsbeat Mmm, if you "build" the render-props component outside of the render method it should work… https://t.co/zKMlkQCY8LThe things I do to keep graphql queries formatted by prettier 🙈 https://t.co/88VevzQ51C @sharifsbeat @kentcdodds https://t.co/r1ymog0SToEvery documentation/readme should start with something like this (I'm looking at you @TheASF) https://t.co/17wUKSH57E
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6/11
2018
@swyx @Netlify I'm not sure how it works with deploy previews on PRs, what if someone sends a PR that exposes the env vars?
6/9
2018
Is it safe to store client secrets in @Netlify build env vars?
6/8
2018
The "key" to Dan's riddle: https://t.co/bRxcLdlz87 https://t.co/NhBuT7Qbo3 @sarah_edo That's the reason why we hear a lot about tools that work well for big companies but are an overkill for small ones.
6/7
2018

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