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⚛️ Open Sourcerer, Speaker, Builder ❤️ Javascript, React 💼 Co-Founder @nozzleio 🛠 #ReactTable #ReactCharts #ReactQuery, previously @ReactStaticJS, @ChartJS

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I finally got accepted into the Github Sponsors program! https://t.co/huCDpZ258p @okbel @iamcherta My pleasure. Thanks for considering it! @okbel @iamcherta https://t.co/KkOsTD1JlF @vincentriemer I almost always use the term minzipped and refer people to bundlephobia. It’s been nice! @brian_d_vaughn Just the sheer number of nodes? @brian_d_vaughn curious why canvas? Did you run into perf issues with svg?
11/21
2019
@Swizec I release a new open source library. Success! Dopamine! Addiction! @okbel @iamcherta Creator of React Query here. Let me know if there's any questions I can answer for you. @DavidWells 📪👍 @cakemakerjake ☝️That url hash is not embedding right, make sure to copy and paste the whole thing. Another thing… https://t.co/VFaUV5YNhYWell, I (the entity of Nozzle) would like to say thank you for creating me! 👊 It looks like I will be tracking a… https://t.co/6uA1m98c4A
Retweeted by Tanner LinsleyThanks for using it! It's a fun and very powerful library. If you are using it commercially or at your company, co… https://t.co/CJX7MOtx7j @cakemakerjake *If* the implementer is following spec, the abort controller's cancel signal should indeed cancel th… https://t.co/tJeT8bxDUM @cakemakerjake Take look at the docs in that link. Some fetch libraries include a way to actually cancel the request. Hence the feature 😊 @mjackson Try rescripts. I am usually very skeptical of toolkit wrappers, but rescripts has been fantastic TBH
11/20
2019
New React Query Feature 🎉 If you have queries that make high-bandwidth requests, you can now wire up request cance… https://t.co/4GH73k6fkQ @erikras I think it’s Wedekind. Right @EmmaWedekind? @erikras No, udaman! @erikras Fixed! @timneutkens @rauchg Might be helpful for other library devs working on libraries locally with Next.js examples https://t.co/D1BzKrhKWQI've got it! To solve npm-linking with CRA, use Rescripts + webpack alias: https://t.co/DHvbuTgCtk To solve npm-l… https://t.co/ewkjaj03nO @dan_abramov Yeah, that's my last-ditch effort that usually works. I just have so many libraries... lol. It gets old quick. @acemarke Yeah, I tried that one. Didn't have much luck. I've been able to solve this problem with rescript + CRA (… https://t.co/xgkAs42f9Y @jdetle Oh man. That's so true. Dynamic UI lighting. @ryanflorence Oh yes. Would love that. Can't wait for the day when screens can simulate texture.I'm trying to use an `npm link`-ed react library I maintain in a Next.js project and without surprise am getting a… https://t.co/rVziTz7MUm @jamonholmgren @NoomCoach has been nice. I enjoy the simple UII immediately want to use this UI. It already feels so tactile. https://t.co/CBT6uLjHRYToday is a good day 😊 https://t.co/0zyrtl6H75 @LauriePoulter End of this year hopefully. It won’t change much. @swyx 😂🤷‍♂️🤘 @swyx Can I join?Fortnite Duos?
11/19
2019
@spences10 Sans. But make sure you display it with mono spacing. @acemarke I use yarn still 🤷‍♂️ @donysukardi @DavidWells @PostCSS I honestly love rescripts.
11/18
2019
@erikras @ReactEurope lol yeah I suppose so. @erikras @ReactEurope It’s just a few hooks and utility functions. @erikras @ReactEurope I’m as surprised as you are. Did you look at the source?
11/17
2019
@mtiller @ee0pdt Ooooo. That’s fancy! @ryanflorence Come on come on come on let me show you what’s it’s all about. @mtiller @ee0pdt Really? Where can I read more about that? @Mwood230 @codewithtaylor @apollographql 😊
11/16
2019
@HasuraHQ uses React Table! Neat 😃 #TanStack @ee0pdt 💯% Agreed. @tiagofernandez Okie Dokie! I'll look into this. Could you please file an umbrella issue for this feature in the repo? @leighb4rnes 😅 @horsplain_ts @horse_ts Haha. It’s a thread! See previous tweets in thread. Funny how this looks like a stand-alone tweet though. @FlaccidBiscuits @acemarke No. There will always be js. But typescript (or typed JS in general) will continue to gr… https://t.co/3tPwLLoQ0r @erikras Thanks! @erikras You can link to this thread. @erikras Create an issue, too. That will help me track it better. @erikras Okay. I'll put it on my TODO list. Ping me if/when it becomes urgent and I could bump it. @erikras You wanna tackle a PR? I could get to it, but for a few days... @erikras The formatter should be resolved here: https://t.co/GwKBzkAvxM using the datum's specific axis @erikras Ah, I see what needs to be done. You do need access to which axis is being used, or even better, `secondar… https://t.co/UIdSLLYPWP @erikras Beyond that, you could technically supply your own tooltip renderer: `tooltip={{ render: MyTooltipRenderer… https://t.co/3nqOD6PAoJ @erikras https://t.co/ZDRmUq4Ivw @erikras What about using the axis's `format` option? @jaredpalmer @natfriedman Agreed. It's laggy (by days it seems sometimes?) and doesn't seem to follow any pattern.… https://t.co/TrSHyUqFJ1Finally, it would be unfair for me to say all of that without also recognizing so many great TS devs out there that… https://t.co/YaHuFdt80Kbe crucial to remember our roots. If you want to help the world migrate to TS (which you should), then approach t… https://t.co/HzaoXcNzxjis easy to change/delete/reason about, it's not safe to use unless it's rewritten to TS. I get it. You want that w… https://t.co/PSh7vDD95NTS is now somehow extremely unstable and should be rewritten or otherwise removed/abandoned. They feel it's their d… https://t.co/G7jOucuWyiI haven't moved to Typescript yet. I have plans to get there eventually as the ecosystem as a whole moves in that d… https://t.co/V5aeLdZ8hh @jlongster @kentcdodds I built a useDatePicker component for @nozzleio that does this. As with many hooks that don'… https://t.co/92GeCjlZkz @tiagofernandez Support for real network cancellation tokens is coming soon. Usually you don’t need this though un… https://t.co/o5bABJobJ8 @tiagofernandez To be more technical, it cancels their usage and side effects. @tiagofernandez Yes @_ynotdraw @intelligibabble @ryanflorence I also call them prop-getters/functions. In fact, I prefer that they are… https://t.co/HLowwXv5xqHey @kristijansedlak, I was wondering you would be willing to let be use future versions of the react-routes mom package name?
11/15
2019
@JimTheDev It's just running babel's preset-env: https://t.co/q9lbMJhnOH @acemarke 😂Yeah. Good times there! @acemarke You were always supportive, Mark. :) And honestly, some of the critics of yesterday would probably not ev… https://t.co/e2yprfsO8JThis took me back to my Jumpstate days. Jumpstate was 100% ahead of its time and quite frankly got a lot of bad bee… https://t.co/K7AsbYpmtsIf any one needs inspiration on how to be a fantastic open source contributor/citizen, feel free to check out this… https://t.co/gpN4EdIkfQ @thebigredgeek And if you add a useEffect data fetcher in that lazily-loaded code, you are now 4 steps (renderNewRo… https://t.co/IP8DcVmOv1 @thebigredgeek If you have a route that is matched via a rendered component like <Route>, then the code for that ro… https://t.co/a4p4bhmWBL @JulieBr33723357 @CsharpCorner Also worth mentioning, React Table v7 is almost stable and worth checking out if you… https://t.co/71cgU6ICJT @montogeek Why redux?📖 Returned from a 2 year church mission 📀 Released an Album 👨‍💻 Started my career in coding 🤵 Got married 🐙 Got inv… https://t.co/fWqilfPzqOLast night, I won 2 fortnite matches in a row. https://t.co/IvpbnjIIfv🤔😄 I wonder what @ryanflorence and @mjackson are cooking up over at React Training on this subject... @mfpiccolo Totally. This is what I hope happens. I think @dan_abramov has eluded somewhere that the React team is i… https://t.co/EbptMSAknB @ReactStaticJS Either way, know that my skeptical/inquisitive tone here is not negative. I'm just so darn curious a… https://t.co/tegpWDKbTj @mfpiccolo Oh for sure. A fully-auto intersection-obersever/hover preloader was one of the first things I built into @ReactStaticJS.One takeaway from building @ReactStaticJS was learning that a lot of devs hesitate when faced with the decision to… https://t.co/yGWGIemQk7If you aren't doing any component lazy loading, if your navigation transitions are near immediate/synchronous, and… https://t.co/SG6VB2JznVWhile I'm super excited about Suspense, I'll be honest that I'm very very curious still about the changes that are… https://t.co/k7cyJJQZGwInstead of defining data fetchers up front with routes, I do what @DavidKPiano would possibly cringe at and just "p… https://t.co/KKLJaoMorvhttps://t.co/Z7WDLfCIgdGiven all of that context, I feel like it would be extremely annoying or costly to move away from a "rendered route… https://t.co/gD6LRbXGWlWhat I find really strange is how related this pattern is to my good ol' @ReactStaticJS library, Next.js or even… https://t.co/REieyRtznbWhat if there was a way to extract router matchers and their data fetchers at build time? Could that information be… https://t.co/13bamGT9wYI'm having a hard time imagining a router for react capable of the fetch-as-you-render suspense pattern that doesn'… https://t.co/uYtuLqwIqu @cesarj2212 ☹️ @ralex1993 😂😴Fortnite now. @zettersten 👋😁 @brunowinck @lintonye You can do virtualization with react-table. You can even use react-virtualized or react-windo… https://t.co/21SnmaulvA
11/14
2019

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