I love the idea of ipm
Does anyone else feel like a solution to this problem that doesn't either 1) call itself "shallow", or 2) recurse infinitely, is wrong?
It feels like any time I pass an array to a function called `flatten()` I better not get back an array with more arrays inside...
Wrote this caching version of partial after reading this.
It will leak memory like crazy and you shouldn't ever use it: https://gist.github.com/spalger/b253fd8aaf04d41822d2
I agree with you krasimir.Putting utility functions at the top of a file, even if they are just a require statement to another file, makes them a lot easier to understand.
This probably should have been called "you don't need no stores"
I have to say, I loved working with deku as a part of https://github.com/spalger/enhance
+1 for webpack, specifically the code splitting/multiple entry points feature.
- js/css/rawfile/image loading
- transpile assets before they are included
- es6, jsx, less, coffeescript, etc.
- support for amd, commonjs, es6 modules, and more