Echo JS 0.11.0


jaleksic comments

jaleksic 174 days ago. link 2 points
You could just as well prepare several atomic css classes and reuse them in a tachyons fashion. Instead of importing a component and passing various people in jsx, you would just create a div and give it several classes. You don't have to create new specific classes each time, just go `<div className='flex-container flex-v-center flex-self-v-center'>` or whatever suits you. In fact, yes one needs a framework of some kind but I think it should be based on CSS and reuse of CSS classe
jaleksic 208 days ago. link 3 points
Sounds like a situation with no lead developer. Sorry to be a dev-nazi there, but individual developers shouldn't be allowed to choose too much. There must be a strong hand and a decisive voice in a team project, it's the only thing that works in my experience.
jaleksic 212 days ago. link 1 point
Don't understand the downvotes on this shared link. The article is questionable, yes, but not the fact it was posted here.
I personally don't agree with the article author's concerns.
jaleksic 241 days ago. link 1 point
Seems you have to clone the repo and run locally
jaleksic 246 days ago. link 1 point
I don't understand why you shouldn't support sass out of the box. Other than maybe the heavy extra dependencies, but if that's a reason, there should be an easy opt-in at least.
Also, relative import paths as the convention..
Makes refactoring folder structures really hard, and you can't avoid that when an app grows. It's so easy with a webpack alias, I'd be happy to know why to not build it into such a project by default. It's not that relative aths would stop working..
jaleksic 376 days ago. link 1 point
The switch-case example can easily bei Silvester with a fat-arrow iifo
jaleksic 409 days ago. link 1 point
Btw, on my mobile the up and down vote buttons are small enough and close enough that i managed to downvote stuff accidentally when actually i wanted to vote up - Karma lost, downvote on a rather good article and it's even persisted - argh! :)
jaleksic 461 days ago. link 1 point
I find this very interesting. It's easy to forget that the world isn't so united after all, not even in the times of a world wide web. Thanks for sharing!