isn't this something similar to babel's "register"?
The way it should be (tm) :)
I'm really new to redux, so can anyone tell me, which redux based react router is the way to go nowdays? I think we have `redux-router`, `react-router-redux`, `redux-react-router`, `redux-routing`, `redux-simple-router`, `redux-first-router`. Thanks!
Maybe a "with cosmic.js" in the title would've been nice.
Vue supports jsx too, but heck, comparing the two feels a bit like apples and oranges to me (yes, they are both fruits); probably a react+mobx comparison would've made a bit more sense... but I do agree that templating in vue or angular is a danger zone :)
Thought about this for some time, but eventually never needed it. Mixins with reusing templates (and occasionally using webpack's require in html) had been enough for me.
Yeah, my thoughts exactly. I don't buy the whole you need hashmarks but not a keyword argument... not to mention how we "always had" privates, but not protecteds.
A nice indie game exists with the same name on pc - soon we are running out of package names :)
Interesting to see a Microsoft tool in the node monitoring space. It has a microservices mode, where individual apps can report to a central location - apart from being express only, wonder how does it compare to RisingStack's Trace tool.
Without a flat tree npm on Windows was nearly unusable. I dont't want to blame npm or Windows or whoever, just saying that working in a cross platform environment was pretty painful and now it's much better.