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re: On NPM Packages and Bundle Size Impact
Both rollup and parcel could tree shake CommonJS (terms and...
re: On NPM Packages and Bundle Size Impact
Tree shaking is not enough: it does not always work. Righ...
re: What programming best practice do you disagree with?
I would disagree with this ;) That's a decision blindly mad...
re: Can I publish ES6 to npm?
No you cant - there is no such thing as ES6. What you can ...
re: styled-components, one more time
I think your version would be 10000 times faster than SC. H...
re: What programming best practice do you disagree with?
I strongly disagree with accepting everything thoughts lead...
re: What is the best way to distribute styles with npm package?
css-modules-require-hook is just a good example of a node-l...
re: What is the best way to distribute styles with npm package?
It depends on SSR. Without SSR it it could be a simple inje...
re: How I structure a React project
I hate this approach. Oh, how I hate this approach. Let's ...
re: What's your commute like?
I would say a terrible, a terrific thing... but my commute ...
re: Tidelift partners with GitHub, funds 4,000 open source projects
After watching your video I am hesitant to like this articl...
re: Accessibility first: Dialog
Tab Key, Tab to the next selectable item (the browser hand...
re: Why do we keep talking about CSS-in-JS?
increasing the size of your javascript bundle by a small a...
re: Sidecar for a Code splitting
It was more about: You was exporting a Thing from your li...
re: React's bogus setState anti-pattern
Do you know of a single case where advising developers to ...
re: React's bogus setState anti-pattern
The idea was about - sometimes you have to synchronize acti...
re: React's bogus setState anti-pattern
if your next state depends on the previous one, use the fu...
re: When Do You Become A Developer?
I become a "developer" more than one time. "Developer" is n...
re: Up to 20% of your application dependencies may be unmaintained
Another way is adopting packages no one, except you, is car...
re: If I don't use React, am I still a developer?
I could definitely agree - redux is overused and usually no...
re: If I don't use React, am I still a developer?
Sorry, but I have to answer. Redux is about state evolutio...
re: If I don't use React, am I still a developer?
JavaScript is what I am doing at work for the last 10 years...
re: A New React and the Old Cache
That would take a while, but read Scaling React Server-Side...
re: A New React and the Old Cache
Not only invalidation. Let imagine - you don't have a cache...
re: A New React and the Old Cache
That’s apples and oranges. Apollo cache is about caching da...
re: Why is No One Talking About Razzle?
When looking for SSR solutions, I noticed the market force...
re: You've been doing mapDispatchToProps wrong this entire time
In this case actions you might emit would not a part of com...
re: Why is No One Talking About Razzle?
There is untold story how razzle fixed your React-router. T...
re: Being a middle aged junior
I am 36 now. "16 hours 7 days per week" since primary schoo...
re: Happy Potter and the Order of CSS
Yep, this is a most popular alpha-pro opinion - the absence...
re: Happy Potter and the Order of CSS
An advantage of groups - easy to find all the props about ...
re: 5 reasons to go with CSS in JS for your next application
We're moving towards a componentize architecture and tradi...
re: 5 reasons to go with CSS in JS for your next application
1. CSS problem #1: Global namespace And there i...
re: CSS and JS Are at War, Here’s How to Stop It
Were are at war. And even if we stop it - The Great Divide ...
re: (in)Finite War
Sorry mate. One unclosed "`", left after refactoring, could...
re: var vs let vs const in JavaScript
It's 2019, it's not a good time to compare var and let/cons...
re: React-Hot-Loader 4.6
Yep, thats an official name in the TypeScript bindings.
re: React-Hot-Loader 4.6
Thanks for using it, I hope :P
re: How we reduced our initial JS/CSS size by 67%
There is only one mistake in this article - react-loadable....
re: The case for performance (Part 1)
Australia is the best place to debug page speed :)
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