So we compare a native implementation with an implementations that require a number of libraries and still require about the same amount of code.
"Because a wise man once said your source code should be transpiled with same tool as your tests to avoid any hidden bugs."
Don't know where he got his wisdom. But I can't see why your tests should be even written in the same language. Its convenient if they are written in the same language, but on the other hand using different transpilers, languages etc will also highlight errors in the transpilers and languages themselves which might else have made their way into production.
Imagine a transpiler which by accident transpiles a number value always to 1 then the test "result equals 5" will always succeed (also when result equals 7) whereas 2 different transpilers might catch the error as 1 of them might do the right thing (or at least make different mistakes :-))
Seems to be build for Mac only :-(
Demo's don't work on my Chrome on Windows
Satire is supposed to have a grain of truth, this is just nonsense behind a click-bait title.
(and yes I clicked as well.. :-()
Eric again plugging his courses
seems to be a reinvention of https://github.com/juks/node-iso8583 but than as native module instead of pure JS
Site only links to old (2009/2010 articles)
SPAM/malware its a copy of an existing article and the page tries to force installation of a plugin on close
SPAM/malware its a copy of an existing old article and the page tries to force installation of a plugin on close