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re: Why I stopped using Coroutines in Kotlin
Sounds like a pain, wonder why it is so much better in Java...
re: Getting started with fp-ts: Either vs Validation
How would this look in 2.0.0-rc.7? For starters getArraySem...
re: Should functional be the way to go?
Use the right tool for the job. In general I think you can ...
re: Type-Safe Error Handling In TypeScript
My post, framework and sample just landed dev.to/patroza/re...
re: You don't have to use Redux
@anssamghezala added my thoughts on alternative to props d...
re: You don't have to use Redux
Would suggest to use useContext, either directly, or in the...
re: Seriously - do React hooks replace state containers?
Alright, that's a bit of a tall order for a first time blog...
re: React: "I really wish this is how I could write components."
I like this one dev.to/_gdelgado/type-safe-error-h... Curre...
re: React: "I really wish this is how I could write components."
Anyway, here it is; written in the train, so apologies for ...
re: React: "I really wish this is how I could write components."
Would love to, but where to? Where the codes at? :) (Maybe ...
re: React: "I really wish this is how I could write components."
I think it would be nice to have a refetch action so that t...
re: Seriously - do React hooks replace state containers?
I'm preparing a post. Hopefully ready within a week.
re: You don't have to use Redux
“page container” might not be considered “close to its usa...
re: Seriously - do React hooks replace state containers?
I think the alternative to prop drilling is to have the pre...
re: You don't have to use Redux
Don’t see how it can be more complex, if the state lives cl...
re: You don't have to use Redux
Nobody needs redux unless you have a really complex app, ev...
re: Type-Safe Error Handling In TypeScript
One way I was able to deal with 'callback hell': Add func...
re: Type-Safe Error Handling In TypeScript
The only thing I don’t like is that this brings us back to ...
re: Does front end developer need a mock API Service?
I like the idea, we’ve also been fighting with similar thin...
re: Writing a custom react hook that persists to local storage
Interesting to use the useEffect hook aswell, though you ca...
re: Hoverable Component with Render Props
Sure, no worries. I think the more correct would be: childr...
re: Hoverable Component with Render Props
With typescript you could change the definition of the chil...
re: Rethinking JavaScript: The complete elimination and eradication of JavaScript's this.
Alright, so nothis is great for serving as an adapter to th...
re: Rethinking JavaScript: The complete elimination and eradication of JavaScript's this.
Why instead of nothis dont you just use classes with arrow ...
re: Mocking JavaScript's current Date in Jest tests
Wrap in try, finally. Alternatively create a utility functi...
re: Fast & easy... React states management in one function
No worries, just wanted to chip in. Somehow dont see a note...
re: Fast & easy... React states management in one function
Or just valueChange = key => e => this.setState({[key...
re: Fast & easy... React states management in one function
I like this, how about leveraging a data- attribute instead...
re: Fast & easy... React states management in one function
I think so, what specifically did I overlook? Supplying a b...
re: Fast & easy... React states management in one function
You're creating a new function for every input you manage f...
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