Echo JS 0.11.0

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tracker1 11 days ago. link 1 point
Like most auth0 articles, the content is specific to their service.  That said, using a public/private key jwt for your API services is good practice.  As is short-lived tokens with a refresh mechanism in place, and api checks to ensure tokens are actually short-lived.  Revocation is harder than ensuring short token lifespans in the first place and negates a lot of the value of JWT.
tracker1 11 days ago. link 1 point
Nice lower-level write up on dealing with various color formats for web use.
tracker1 14 days ago. link 1 point
My biggest critique is the min version (not gzipped) is pretty heafty at 83kb.  Might be worth running through closure compiler to see if it can be brought down further.  Using rollup over webpack may also help a bit.  the @babel/preset-env should also specify a minimum browser version... IE11 would probably be the most appropriate baseline.  though, as mentioned rollup may be better than webpack+babel for a library like this.
tracker1 14 days ago. link 1 point
TFA seems to be a fairly shallow comparison of React and Angular... nothing really new and while I also prefer React and really don't care for Angular, the comparison is so shallow that it doesn't really give enough "why" to be compelling in either case.
tracker1 14 days ago. link 1 point
Definitely interesting... haven't actually tried it though... mostly using Dialog via material-ui.
tracker1 19 days ago. link 2 points
Don't use moment.. it's too big... use luxon from the same org, or date-fns
tracker1 19 days ago. link 1 point
Kind of a meh article.  There's very little point to the Angular example, and the rest doesn't provide much.

IMHO, for the most part, just use fetch, and write your own abstraction for your API access over that.
tracker1 19 days ago. link 1 point
Decent article... should probably include generators and for await while at it though.
tracker1 19 days ago. link 1 point
Other than I'm not sure about the need for trolley, the service the blog is oriented around.  There's a 2% fee on top of Stripe's relatively high fees.
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