Actually... I got a little amused reading that :D
All have some sort of pricing model. Weird how tracking in general is scarce in js land despite of packages in abundance. Where's the oss crashlytics, where's the oss piwik for js?
I have a somewhat similar background. And i haven't had as much fun in frontend land as lately. Yes, complexity changed in both quality and quantity, but oh boy..the rewards! development with webpack+HMR, eslint, prettier.. babel+async/await.. i think it's just awesome. Especially with a designer sitting next and pointing fingers at the one screen, while it gets done in a matter of seconds on the other screen..
I hope you find joy again too, and soon!
The semicolon image is hilarious. However.. we should teach folks to set a breakpoint instead of debugger statements.
Good article. Not too much info, but consise. Some good comments and links. Thanks.
Wow, this one is even worse than the others ^^
About react: "Because of the connection between Java and HTML within a library the understanding of all the essential components is easy and fast."
Erhm... yeah whatever :D
This would be awesome in the sources panel of chrome devtools. We'd really get close to devtools as a full-fledged IDE
Haha autocorrect. Passing down people is not exactly the same as passing down props :)
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
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.