Echo JS 0.11.0


jaleksic comments

jaleksic 37 days ago. link 1 point
"There you have it. If you just wanted a sticky header and didn't need to know what the section you are currently looking at you could have simply added just the position: sticky. The ability to click buttons to scroll to sections, and highlight the section the user is in provides a nicer experience." :)
jaleksic 37 days ago. link 2 points
Incredibly funny yet technically sophisticated article about frontend architecture. Not a quick read, but a rewarding one.
jaleksic 37 days ago. link 2 points
Ehm, great and all but not Javascript whatsoever :)
jaleksic 45 days ago. link 1 point
Don't understand the downvote.

Keep in mind that there is still an ongoing discussion on whether in certain cases a missing value should be resolved to undefined, as it is now, or to null, as some demand.

In any case: e.g. `foo?.bar || 'foo'` will always work, but avoid `if (foo?.bar === undefined)`
jaleksic 57 days ago. link 1 point
I think more and more that I'd prefer an aggregator of just a handful of trusted sources, even if that means I can't just post something myself. But I guess..that would be a new project/blog/site :)

Echojs is unfortunately bring drowned by this kind of spam :/
jaleksic 70 days ago. link 2 points
What's with all the flutter posts lately? I'm starting to get pissed about it. It's like 1% related to JavaScript and doesn't belong here. I'm sure it has its own community, that is hopefully not spammed with JS posts ^^
jaleksic 75 days ago. link 1 point
Why don't we just compare.. let's say moment.js and and d3.js? Are they not strong JavaScript technologies too? ^^
jaleksic 85 days ago. link 2 points
While my comment isn't specific to this one article: kudos for yet another excellent write-up on!
Given all the bullshit being written up nowerdays ("too-much-coffee-not-enough-quality") it's awesome how these articles keep up a high standard!
jaleksic 107 days ago. link 1 point
Another half-baked "article" that seems to be somebody's homework result after googling buzzwords like PHP and node.js for a day..