Echo JS 0.11.0


bahmutov comments

bahmutov 879 days ago. link 1 point
Nice, but the author missed Ramda.pipeP operator that can create sequence of promises.
bahmutov 1091 days ago. link 1 point
I implemented a service worker that intercepts requests and can return any error code / data. Great to exploratory testing. See and code at

The bad thing about service workers - they are very fresh. Even in Chrome they did not have a way to communicate back to the main window any result - post message mechanism was broken. I feel soon the problems will be fixed and every website will use them.
bahmutov 1208 days ago. link 1 point
I prefer using lodash for this - much cleaner syntax (functions is an array of functions)
bahmutov 1365 days ago. link 2 points
I use badges from and whenever I see red (minor patch out of date) for either dependencies or dev dependencies I use my tool next-update ( to actually update dependencies one by one to latest version. The key is that next-update runs your tests and tells you if something fails. So you upgrade only with dependencies that do not break your project. There is even a public anonymous stats telling how likely a particular update to break stuff

I also use grunt-nice-package to remove all *, ^ and ~ from dependency versions - I want to have the exact versions, even a patch update can break stuff.