love the version v0.0.1 ;P why not just v1?
Ok, but he then proceeds to discuss exactly how to handle errors in the next section.
Care to elaborate some more? The author shows how to account for errors in scenarios where there are potential errors for example a network request, so im not sure where you see it being bad advice overall, care to clarify your point?
whats the difference between this and something next.js?
anyone give this thing a test drive yet?
yes i agree the optimal one is probably something like yours minimal dependencies and a light footprint is usually best :)
ok i was simply drawing comparison.. however it seems like you took to the offensive stance. When i saw your link it just reminded me of Rome by ponyfoo thats all. No harm no foul.
similar to https://github.com/bevacqua/rome
Think thats fast try buble buble.surge.sh/#