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re: Please don't nest promises
Best Practices for ES6 ...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
I suppose that could work. I can see the appeal behind your m...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
Yes, it would be great if everyone used smart CDNs like Pika,...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
Well, yes. It does. But once it parses an import statement, t...
re: What is the first thing you do when setting up a new computer?
Tweaking privacy settings. There are always some options that...
re: JavaScript Katas: Freudian Translator
This is actually funny. ๐Ÿ˜‚
re: Is TypeScript the future of web development?
I'd probably go as far as to say that TypeScript may not nece...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
I guess this just has the consequence that the future of "vie...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
I am beginning to think that the future of the Web utltimatle...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
So discounting the "dizzying ecosystem" of JavaScript tools a...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
That's true. I just wanted to point out that the Web has been...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
ES modules can help with that, but as long as it is more netw...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
To be fair to the Web, the main issues were brought about by ...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
We're making complex, stateful, dynamic applications on top ...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
It's unfortunate how things like accessibility can be swept u...
re: The Future of "View Page Source"
Man, you're right. I haven't even considered the accessibilit...
re: Git 2.28 brings default branch option
It shouldn't be too difficult to adjust to. I'm glad they dec...
re: create HTTP servers using react !!!
Wow, this is very... interesting. I couldn't have imagined JS...
re: Better TypeScript... With JavaScript
The pleasure is mine. Your recent articles really provoked me...
re: Better TypeScript... With JavaScript
Kinda late to the party here, but I can see the utility of th...
re: Tossing TypeScript
Yup, I believe I am too familiar with that reality. ๐Ÿ˜‚ I just...
re: Tossing TypeScript
Wow. Hegel looks very promising, but I'd imagine the build ti...
re: Tossing TypeScript
Excellent points made. As much as I am a fan of TypeScript, I...
re: Best Practices for ES6 Promises
Yeah, I'd count this as an exception. I did mention in the ar...
re: Best Practices for ES6 Promises
"Voodoo" is such an accurate description. ๐Ÿ˜‚
re: Best Practices for ES6 Promises
Yup, I was coming from the mindset that try/catch blocks are ...
re: Best Practices for ES6 Promises
That is definitely a more practical approach. Personally, I'v...
re: Twitter accounts for Apple, Elon Musk and Bill Gates were hacked
As bad as all of this is, we gotta tip our hats to those scam...
re: My crazy launch. 33.000 visitors๐Ÿ’ฅ, No.1 on several platforms.
Incredible launch! ๐Ÿ‘ You'll get that coveted feature on Hack...
re: How do you identify "over-engineering"?
In my side projects, I know I've over-engineered when not eve...
re: Unjam your server: NodeJS collaborative multitasking
Quite unrelated, but... Today I Learned: Array.from can also...
re: Elegant way to check if a Promise is pending
In that case, assuming a Node environment as in your example ...
re: Elegant way to check if a Promise is pending
I mean this is cool and all, but I'm not really sure when one...
re: This Post is Written by AI
Now this is gold. ๐Ÿ†๐ŸŽ–๏ธ๐Ÿ…
re: What was your win this week?
This week, I shared the most memorable JavaScript videos thro...
re: Help me with this error "internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:638"
Ah, that has something to do with your MongoDB installation. ...
re: Help me with this error "internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:638"
Nah, you're not. It was just a simple mistake. We've all been...
re: Help me with this error "internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:638"
It all happens to the best of us, my friend. Welcoming to pro...
re: Help me with this error "internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:638"
I think you misspelled your file. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Simply rename capmground...
re: 18 Essential Videos That Fundamentally Shaped My Understanding of JavaScript
Well, since we're in DEV, we can use the Connect messenger. I...
re: 18 Essential Videos That Fundamentally Shaped My Understanding of JavaScript
Thank you very much! I haven't seen this talk, but I'm alread...
re: Is tiktok finished after India and the USA ban tiktok?
Well, even if it isn't "finished" right now, I sure wouldn't ...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
It's very unfortunate, too, because Rust is a great language ...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
Nice! Parcel is more attractive now that you mentioned WebAss...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
I am definitely open to making use of CMake. However, my bigg...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
Wow. How convenient! I would love to learn more about how thi...
re: What language or tool are you curious about, but have not found the time to use or learn?
C++ and Rust are definitely at the top of my list. I really w...
re: What was your win this week?
Yup! Although the initial configuration of watchers, file com...
re: How can JavaScript Error be both a function and a class?
Yup, I definitely agree with refraining from its usage. The E...
re: Share a quick tip you learned about web dev this year
I use this all the time when I want to quickly do some web sc...
re: What was your win this week?
After realizing how tedious it was to hack around Webpack jus...
re: Where do you think ethics in tech is falling short?
Ah, I see your point. However, either way we look at it, this...
re: Where do you think ethics in tech is falling short?
Sure! What I meant by that was expounding on my point that "s...
re: Where do you think ethics in tech is falling short?
Basic respect for user privacy is definitely lacking. Just be...
re: Lets Talk About WWDC 2020
It was... disappointing. I'm not an Apple user myself, but se...
re: Oi You! Stop Requesting Everything: A Simple Guide to Memoization
Thanks for this! As I was reading it, I suddenly thought of a...
re: Removing Sensitive Data From Git History
Ah, that's unfortunate. All the more incentive to prioritize ...
re: The State Of Progressive Web Apps Adoption By Developers
Precisely! It's not that PWAs are terrible; it's just that th...
re: The State Of Progressive Web Apps Adoption By Developers
It's quite unfortunate, really... It's very dismaying, but t...
re: Removing Sensitive Data From Git History
I'm surprised by how short this was. I'm not an expert in Git...
re: What are some misconceptions about web development?
"Sooo... you can hack a Facebook account, right?"
re: What are some misconceptions about web development?
This right here hits the spot.
re: What is the most potentially-revolutionary software currently being developed?
*obligatory Deno* ๐Ÿ˜‚
re: Is it my imagination or was there a tag following intensity feature on dev.to?
Yes, it still does! For those looking for the link, you may a...
re: I'm Leaving DEV. Here's Why.
It's sad to see such a prominent figure in the DEV community ...
re: JavaScript Concurrency: Avoiding the Sequential Trap
Pretty neat! ๐Ÿ‘ I think the pattern of offloading state compu...
re: The "any" type in Typescript - simple and short explanation
More often than not, the any type is used to denote some form...
re: AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud
Well, that was straightforward... ๐Ÿ˜‚
re: How to Apologize
A mark of Silicon Valley culture has been to ask for forgive...
re: On Deno: Exploring New Tech Isn't a Distraction, It's a Necessity
Dang, I completely forgot that IO.js once existed. I had not ...
re: On Deno: Exploring New Tech Isn't a Distraction, It's a Necessity
To be completely honest, from the way I see it, much of the h...
re: Chrome 83 Stable is Shipping Any Moment and It's Bolder Than Ever ๐ŸŽ‰
Yes, indeed. The Chrome team had to reschedule their release ...
re: Reasons I'll never use Deno
I can't really argue against your separation of concerns (as ...
re: Reasons I'll never use Deno
No offense taken at all! ๐Ÿ˜‰ This is a great discussion about ...
re: Reasons I'll never use Deno
I totally agree, man. I see what you mean. ๐Ÿ‘ For me, the "bu...
re: Reasons I'll never use Deno
Although I definitely agree that Deno is simply a "reboot of ...
re: Postwoman won Tyk Side Project Fund ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
Congratulations! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ It seems like it was just yesterday whe...
re: Should I learn Typescript?
From my experience, you don't really learn TypeScript; you gr...
re: Redis 6 is out
Me: There is no way Redis can get any faster with its "memory...
re: Algolia is OUT! Elasticsearch is IN!
Hooray! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ Developer experience for the win!
re: Quick tip: Outsource heavy calculations if possible
Whenever necessary, I also employ currying for my functions s...
re: An Introduction to the Server and the Client
Oh, yes, of course! You are definitely right about this. I ac...
re: An Introduction to the Server and the Client
Thank you! I appreciate your suggestion. I really intended th...
re: A Simple Argument For Typescript
The additional tooling is definitely my best argument for Typ...
re: Math.sign: How to Check if a Number is Positive or Negative in JavaScript
You learn something new everyday. Thanks for sharing!
re: Please don't commit .env
No problem, Rajesh! Thanks for reading the article! ๐Ÿ˜‰
re: Please don't commit .env
Yup, pretty much! The best part about adding a sample file ...
re: Please don't commit .env
Hm, I would recommend adding an .env.sample file in the rep...
re: Why doesn't my function return false when it fails?
Let me begin by differentiating a "single-threaded language...
re: Why doesn't my function return false when it fails?
If JavaScript was designed to have Promises just "grab the ...
re: GitHub has acquired npm
Microsoft sure ain't making it a secret that they're monopoli...
re: Bitmasks: A very esoteric (and impractical) way of managing booleans
Honestly, I should be the one thanking you. What a brillian...
re: Wouldn't it be cool if DEV could render LaTeX?
๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ What a great feature! Thanks, @maestromac .
re: Please don't forget to write the changelog
Yup, that's fine, too! But of course, a personal touch is alw...
re: Quiz โญ๏ธ Answer is a year later! Predict Web Developer Roadmap 2021.
I'd love to see Deno finally be production-ready. It's such...
re: Clean code, dirty code, human code
More often than I'd like, I'm too pedantic for my own good....
re: Clean code, dirty code, human code
I hate how it's so simple, yet I still find myself in that ...
re: Using Extension Methods in C# to Build Fluent Code
Cool! This article further solidifies my love for the Build...
re: Tell me an unpopular software opinion
It honestly irks me a lot how people cite the infamous 0.1 + ...
re: Webcomponents: It's really that easy!
Surprisingly enough, you were indeed right about Web Compon...
re: Five tips to write better todos
Avoid todos altogether A tip so simple yet so difficult ...
re: Socks
Well, that was a pleasant surprise. ๐Ÿ˜†
re: When is nesting good or neutral?
If you don't mind, I'll "repost" my reply to you from the a...
re: Please don't nest promises
Hmm... that's a good question. To that I will argue no, the...
re: I'm a final-year law student. Here's how coding gave me purpose.
What an inspiring post! Thanks for sharing. Folks often lo...
re: What's the Node framework landscape like?
I can already tell that this will be the top comment of the...
re: Introducing: Timecard
I've never heard about the Pomodoro technique until now. Th...
re: Introducing: Timecard
I have a nasty habit of closing important windows... Wel...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
Keep it up! Awards often come unexpectedly. ๐Ÿ˜‰
re: ๐ŸŽ‰ State of JS 2019 is now LIVE, and DEV.TO is the 2nd most used blog for resources! ๐ŸŽ‰
Woot! Party time! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ Great job, DEV Team! 2019 has been a...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Interestingly enough, I can definitely agree with this. Per...
re: Instant Webpages and Terabytes of Data Savings Through the Magic of Service Workers โœจ
We've got a winner over here.
re: What's the thing you hate the most about being a programmer?
I completely agree with you. This, right here, is unfortuna...
re: Welcome Thread - v52
We found the gamer here, Cap'n. ๐Ÿ˜†
re: Functional Programming buzzwords
Can't argue with that. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ
re: Windows 95 bootstrap theme
Now this is amusingly impressive.
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ahh, that's going to be a tough nut to crack then. I suppos...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ah, I see. In my view, I'd say it's more appropriate to reg...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Before anything else, I would love to thank you for your br...
re: Hardest JavaScript Puzzle I've Ever Solved
What a fun read! Now this is JavaScript at its best and wor...
re: DEV.TO in Web Comics Style ?
That's good to hear, Nayden! Keep it up! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ Setting up th...
re: DEV.TO in Web Comics Style ?
I have good news! This document has all that you need to kn...
re: What do you think the BEST feature is that dev.to could add?
Ah, in this case, I believe this is doable. A manual langua...
re: What do you think the BEST feature is that dev.to could add?
In theory, this is a really great feature that I totally ag...
re: DEV.TO in Web Comics Style ?
That's fine! I'm sure folks would be happy to help in your ...
re: DEV.TO in Web Comics Style ?
I second this. What a fun addition this would be! The !impo...
re: Are you using Void correctly?
By "entry points to an app", am I correct to assume that th...
re: ASCII stupid question...
Okay, gotta admit that that was pretty funny... ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚...
re: Are you using Void correctly?
I think this is a very interesting take on something I neve...
re: JavaScript prototypes by example
That's a great question, Nicholas! It usually boils down to...
re: HELP! can I set a methods value to values from the object in javascript?
No problem at all! All I ask is for you to pay this forward...
re: HELP! can I set a methods value to values from the object in javascript?
Ah, yes. Now we have reached the intricacies of JavaScript....
re: HELP! can I set a methods value to values from the object in javascript?
For questions #1 and #2, I recommend watching this video to...
re: HELP! can I set a methods value to values from the object in javascript?
Yes, in fact you can. Allow me to explain. ๐Ÿ˜‰ function Rec...
re: 5 things I love about Svelte
I believe this conference talk from the creator of Svelte h...
re: C++ type casting with example for C developers
Finally! This is exactly the article I have been looking fo...
re: If/else or just if?
I'm quite surprised actually. Given the imperative nature o...
re: Itโ€™s my birthday
*eagerly waits for next year when your age becomes a power ...
re: Bitmasks: A very esoteric (and impractical) way of managing booleans
Ayyyyy. I can't disagree with your level of enthusiasm! Bit...
re: A generalist is born when a specialist becomes bored
Now this is a remarkable article. I wholeheartedly agree wi...
re: Demystifying the Long Arrow "Operator"
Honestly, I don't consider it bad practice myself. I agree ...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
I mean... yes, it definitely is, but the point of my articl...
re: Why you should stop declaring variables inside a for loop (especially in JavaScript)
Thanks for the heads up!
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
Oh, no! Don't worry about it. I take no offense because I k...
re: Why you should stop declaring variables inside a for loop (especially in JavaScript)
Thanks! I definitely will watch it.
re: Why you should stop declaring variables inside a for loop (especially in JavaScript)
Whoa, this is crazy. I have always dismissed the declaratio...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
Okay, your argument is much clearer to me now. Thanks for t...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
That's just a microoptimization to be completely honest. A...
re: Brogrammer - Our Contribution Towards A Fitter World
Women can be bros, too. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I know many females who are bett...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
Apologies. I misread the code. Anyway, I would argue that ...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
I'm not quite sure if the snippet you attached is correct. ...
re: Ditching worthless friends with Facebook data and JavaScript
The explanation for how you derived your formula is definit...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
Yes, there actually is. Map#get returns undefined when you...
re: The Semantics of Falsy Values
Yes, that definitely works, too! However, I believe you mea...
re: Please don't forget to write the changelog
Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. ๐Ÿ˜‰
re: Native "Share to DEV" button is now on Stack Overflow
That is so cool! Great job, DEV Team! You've outdone yourse...
re: Please don't forget to write the changelog
Sure! Will do. Never really thought it would be particularl...
re: Understanding Microtasks and tasks in JS
Well, that was more straightforward than I first expected. ...
re: Daily Challenge #43 - Boardgame Fight Resolver
This is by far the most clever CSS I have ever seen. I appl...
re: How I Made 30000โ‚ฌ In 3๏ธโƒฃ Months By Quitting My Job ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป
That must've been a great feeling to recreate the company's...
re: Consistent Developer Journey with Dracula ๐Ÿง›โ€โ™‚๏ธ
Honestly, the theme is really good. I doubt it would fail t...
re: Consistent Developer Journey with Dracula ๐Ÿง›โ€โ™‚๏ธ
This theme has always been a nice one for me, but I gotta s...
re: What is bad code?
Well, I won't really define "bad code" as a whole, but I wi...
re: Typescript and external libraries
Oh, dang. I never knew that. Thanks! Are there any other s...
re: JavaScript Quickies: Controlling 3D Objects with Hands ๐Ÿคฏ
It was at this moment when all the jaws in the world droppe...
re: โ€œhrefโ€ vs. โ€œsrcโ€ in HTML
I'd say it's probably there for the sake of completeness.
re: โ€œhrefโ€ vs. โ€œsrcโ€ in HTML
Yeah, I suppose you're correct there. It does seem to be co...
re: Emulating "Private" Variables in JavaScript with Closures and Factory Functions
Honestly, I doubt that anyone has the time to add this leve...
re: โ€œhrefโ€ vs. โ€œsrcโ€ in HTML
Why is this not a thing yet??? ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ
re: Programming is Hard
We all start from there, my friend. I'm glad you pushed thr...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Ah, I apologize. I misunderstood earlier. Of course it wou...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
In a perfect world, diversity is definitely great! We have ...
re: Bitmasks: A very esoteric (and impractical) way of managing booleans
Yup, you are definitely correct there. Perhaps I have been ...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Fair point, but then again, I pray for the poor souls who a...
re: Why you need to give Firefox a chance
Although I definitely agree that we need more competition i...
re: Programming Meme Review - #1
๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป Programming ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป + ๐Ÿ‘ Meme ๐Ÿ‘ Review ๐Ÿ‘ = ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ
re: Some US prisons are banning books on coding
If a felon can learn programming, security, and hack your ...
re: exports vs module.exports in Node.js
Well, that was short and sweet. ๐Ÿ‘Œ
re: Dev10 is on ProductHunt! ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ™€ Show some love! ๐Ÿ’–
You give me too much credit. I simply reformatted codeโ€”whic...
re: Dev10 is on ProductHunt! ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ™€ Show some love! ๐Ÿ’–
Oh, boy! It's been a while. I'm glad y'all got it released.
re: How can you KNOW You Are Coding JavaScript the "right" way?
This is a very difficult question to answer. Honestly, if t...
re: What do you listen to while programming?
I have a strange relationship with listening to music while...
re: DEV's community growth ๐Ÿฅณ
Oh, boy. That's quite a lot of people. Makes me realize tha...
re: Explain Inheritance in JavaScript Classes Like I'm Five
Hmm... I never really considered it since it seems too smal...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ah, thank you for adding this. I purposely didn't include m...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Ah, yes. I catch your drift now. I still plop in some semic...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
I'd say "incorrect" is too strong of a word there. Indeed, ...
re: What would be best Language to make a web based video conferencing app? ๐Ÿค”
For the record, I wouldn't say I'm an "expert" per se. Just...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
I can imagine the hell you had to go through, man. I ๐Ÿ‘ appl...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Yes, that's completely fine! There's nothing wrong about a ...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Thank you! You didn't have to link it, though. That's too n...
re: A Grammar-Based Naming Convention
Well, for me, I find SCREAMING_CASE pretty helpful because ...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
Oh, boy. That's a lot of low-level stuff I've never even co...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
This is great! I'll see how I can use them properly in my s...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
Ooooh, thanks! I never knew this library existed. That's pr...
re: Thank you to byte-sized integers
That is very strange indeed. I should run performance tests...
re: Announcing DEV for Android
Finally! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ I've been waiting for this. Thank you, guys! K...
re: What new language/tool/etc. have you been meaning to learn but haven't gotten around to yet?
I don't really have a need for it yet, but learning Python ...
re: ๐Ÿ”ฅ In case of fire: GTFO
This is definitely the funniest thing I've read today. ๐Ÿคฃ
re: My Misconceptions about the Universal Selector in CSS
Thank you for writing about this! I learned a lot from it. ...
re: Bulletproof node.js project architecture ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ
This was a really good read. Thanks for this! This is exact...
re: Why I Stopped Watching YouTube Tutorials
No problem, my friend. I enjoy these kinds of conversations...
re: Getting started with Deno
Oh. ๐Ÿ˜… Still funny nonetheless.
re: Getting started with Deno
Whoa, is that really why it's called Deno? If so, I genuine...
re: Why I Stopped Watching YouTube Tutorials
Goes to show that reading (and writing) documentation is in...
re: How To Learn JavaScript
No problem, mate! You're doing a great job. Keep it up! ๐Ÿ˜‰
re: How To Learn JavaScript
That's really great to hear! There's definitely nothing wro...
re: What is the difference between these two ways of creating objects
Well, the two examples don't actually make any objects. Rat...
re: Poor Man's Dark Mode Using CSS Filter
Ooh! Reminds me of the early prototypes of dev.to's dark mo...
re: Please don't "overchain" array methods
Sometimes, it's a price we have to pay if completely necess...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Phew! I'm glad to tell you that, yes, the results are still...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Oh, my! I have made an error. Thank you for pointing this o...
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
Oh, no. I just used good ol' Excel for this.
re: A Pedant's Experiment on Optimizing Callback Functions for Array Iteration
I haven't actually tried. I suppose copying the script I us...
re: Being A Woman On The Internet Is... "Fun": A Scientific Study
On behalf of all the gentlemen out there, we apologize that...
re: Need help - Losing faith in my team
That is a very well put message, my friend. You spoke a lot...
re: Semicolons in JavaScript: To Use or Not to Use?
Personally, I write all of my code with semicolons. Not only ...
re: Laxy: Lazy initialization in JavaScript
Wow. This is actually really clever. I never thought of laz...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
GOOD IDEA! Why have I never thought about that before? I'll...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Yo, that sounds so funny. I'd love to read the humor of sta...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
It sounds so silly to say "I wonder what new stuff some doo...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Dang, what are the odds of you coincidentally stumbling upo...
re: The Many Masks of `const`
Oh, boiii. That looks pretty messy if you'd ask me. I just ...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Oh, yeah. How could I forget about that? Also, just a side...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Well, there's that, too. ๐Ÿ˜…
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
This is definitely a valid use case for it. I guess the onl...
re: ELI5: Why use a function declaration, expression, or an IIFE in JavaScript?
Yes, you are correct that an IIFE creates its own scope. As...
re: Programming is Hard
True, but I feel like two lines don't do justice to the imp...
re: Programming is Hard
Surely I couldn't write everything about what goes into pro...
re: Programming is Hard
It really confuses me why front-end developers need to lear...
re: Improving the way of saving posts on Dev.to while writing.
Thanks, @aspittel !
re: Improving the way of saving posts on Dev.to while writing.
This is a very interesting proposal. It's so simple that I'...
re: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
"Great username", indeed. ๐Ÿคฃ
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Oh, wow. You're right about calling it "silly". ๐Ÿ˜‚
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Excuse my lack of knowledge on the subject, but what does i...
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
That is indeed the true and only technical name for it, but...
re: Quick Tip: Transform an Array into an Object using .reduce()
Honestly, I really don't like naming the first parameter of...
re: Programming is Hard
Yup, I agree with saying that programming is fun and challe...
re: Programming is Hard
I didn't really expect to be commended for my style of writ...
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