The Scrollbar wobble is odd (OSX/Chrome)
So this guy put this router plugin in a redux store and just as he did the first mapStateToProps he is suddenly like: yo bro show me teh money! Wtf
I hate this. I want the way coffee-script implemented it.
Hogging the ternary syntax while keeping compat is killing this feature.
1) func?.(arg) <- wat?
2) foo?.bar?.baz? <- nope.
Synchronicity of redux is a feature?
What is the point?
Can this do something that redux + middleware can't?
You are not switching - you just finally read the README and: youuuu wiiill beeee baaaacck! :)))
Dead-simple - 1159 line long README :D
Nobody thought of bash before?
I have even greater news for you!
There is a tool that can achieve the same in even less LOC!
You can also run stuff in parallel without having to explicitly define a task for it. You just tell it how many workers you want and which tasks it should execute! (Say: Run 5 tasks while 2 always run in parallel)
Tasks can also have other tasks as dependencies.
There is no need for a defacto "Taskfile" standard because defining Tasks is all you can do and all it does!
It's also pretty stable as it was first released in 1976!
Can you guess which tool it is?
No code splitting, tree shaking and HMR :/
Webpack is still the only way.
"It's going to be about vue.js and aurelia and all the same stuff" *click*
Not upgrading your dependencies on a regular basis is usually the issue that makes you stuck with a certain node version.
The longer you wait the more time you spend on fixing things.
`npm/yarn outdated` helps you find new version quickly. I do this weekly.