The link to the syntax guide does not work.
No problem, admittedly it is not something that has direct usage in an application or component or anything. It's main purpose is to serve as a helper under-the-hood for other libraries / methods to compose itself on top of.
Lodash has a similar utility (https://lodash.com/docs/4.17.4#toPath) which works to provide an easy way to recursively / iteratively introspect objects deeply. I built pathington because it handles the 95% use-case while remaining tiny, so that I can solve the same problem in other projects with a much smaller footprint.
Can you elaborate?
Or you could specify displayName on RadioButton and check that property instead. This value is not minified and has the added bonus of helping debug in devtools.
This was built as a kind of successor to react-c3js, as billboard.js is the successor to c3.js (upgrade path should have zero friction). I also added a couple of enhancements, and removed the ReactDOM dependency.
The example doesn't appear to actually use the package...
Highly specific to CanJS
This is actually a pretty cool update for FuseBox, but I really had to push through that first sentence. "Renders Babel useless"? Try describing things with a less 2AM infomercial vibe.
Summary: it's great and you should use it! It has no problems or flaws! Here are all the benefits and reasons you would use it covered in the article;
Kind of lacking in the substance department.
So this is cool, but there are some naive aspects. For example, all numbers are converted to px values? Hope you never use flexbox properties, line-height, etc.