Echo JS 0.11.0

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kirilloid 6 days ago. link 1 point
It might seem a little verbose, but having a convention to distinguish container and presentational components is a good idea in general.
kirilloid 15 days ago. link 1 point
No “provider vs service vs factory” =(
Is it really out of trend?
kirilloid 32 days ago. link 1 point
The context of the situation is described very poorly.
Currently the guide seems like a twist of chaotic steps rather than migration guide.
kirilloid 46 days ago. link 2 points
So the main reason to introduce this is to reduce boilerplate. But there are other ways to do so w/o going against redux philosophy.
kirilloid 223 days ago. link 0 point
Yeah, actually apart from those 2 moments, the tests are OK.
Ah, about setTimeout in a loop - better write something like "nine times 10" and "ten times 10" instead of making people count tens "manually".
kirilloid 224 days ago. link 1 point
What must be done in order to implement Lexical Scoping?

Get the object
Dereference the current scope chain
Reference the current scope chain
one of the mentioned

WAT?
I've seen lot of tests, but this is really a crazy question.


Also I think beginner doesn't differ very much from intermediate. I got 60, 58 & 59, though.
kirilloid 277 days ago. link 1 point
I see this uws project too often. I already have seen it FIVE times, how it is fast.
That is enough to be annoying and consider downvoting.
Of course this is not another 100th article "functional programming in JavaScript", but still
kirilloid 306 days ago. link 1 point
I'd disagree with MaxArt.
There are more things which wouldn't be available in ECMAScript in the next few years:
- types
- all variables *and* object fields are immutable by default
- ADTs & pattern matching
- compile-time auto-currying

Block as expressions (`do` and others) are minor things as well as special keyword for recursive functions or Pascal-like range loops, which do not define key language features.

But I'm still not convinced the language is really useful. We already have tons of languages, including BuckleScript – an Ocaml specifically designed to be compiled into JS.
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