Echo JS 0.11.0

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TheSisb comments

TheSisb 811 days ago. link 1 point
I believe there's an error in your response object example:

[
          {
            "Huuuuge for cross-platform progress.",
          },
          {
            "Exciting stuff.",
          }
        ]

{ "" } is missing a key or value
TheSisb 812 days ago. link 2 points
I like this a lot! Answered all my questions in your readme too.  Thanks!
TheSisb 813 days ago. link 1 point
It's the first time I've heard of Ramda et al but it looks pretty neat.  Will try using this in my next React side-project.
TheSisb 813 days ago. link 1 point
I read the article without watching the video.  It was very clear and concise.  I liked the examples.
TheSisb 835 days ago. link 1 point
Some typos and inconsistencies in their main site:

- https://keymetrics.io/pricing/  "Is there a free plan? No..." but there clearly is one.

- On the front page, the middle testimonial has a typo



Product looks really useful though.
TheSisb 870 days ago. link 1 point
Just scrolled through the post and stopped on this paragraph: "The Animated API does not depend on state. It does, however it is not accomplished by using setState." 

Totally confused - stopped reading.
TheSisb 870 days ago. link 1 point
This looks incredible! I really hope you keep working on this project.  I never liked Sikuli or AutoHotKey but I always find myself using AutoIt.  Their F1 help popup is by far the best I've ever used in any software - I easily find the answer I need every time.

Its flaws: Windows only afaik, not JS.  Would be really interested to see how this project evolves.
TheSisb 911 days ago. link 2 points
I can't believe the name has changed 5 times since the start.
TheSisb 938 days ago. link 0 point
[My issue is with the title and all similar article titles.  I already agree with the premise.] 

I really don't understand why people keep saying that.  It looks like HTML +/- very minor differences.

The idea is frightening, maybe, because people have been preaching for decades about splitting HTML / CSS / JS.  However we've seen that with more complex applications the JS and the HTML are so dependent on each other that splitting them apart doesn't make sense anymore.  It made sense when markup was semantic and people still would disable JS.  Now if you disable (all) JS half the internet won't work right and you're called a weirdo.  Semantic HTML?  I have it on my resume and not once have people commented about why I wasted space on that word.  Heck most people don't even know what it truly means unless they're part-time English majors.
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