Glad you mentioned that! React 16 will support returning arrays from render() so you can delete all those nasty divs and wrapper tags. We’re working hard to make your life better.
…processes that can grow contributors and maintainers at the same rate the project is being adopted. Tooling and automation are there to help contributors, not to gate keep against new participants.
Use webpack for apps, and Rollup for libraries
…ou’ll stop telling me to “learn CSS.” I know CSS. Scroll up, I have a trophy with a computer on it. My CSS is great, but it’s even better now that I’m removing as much human error as possible from it. Shouldn’t we both celebrate that?
Just promise me you’ll stop telling me to “learn CSS.” I know CSS. Scroll up, I have a trophy with a computer on it. My CSS is great, but it’s even better…
…t me assure you, and it was working great on my users’ machines. I just wasn’t the one writing it — I was too busy building websites.
…dius() mixin that I could just drop-in when I needed it. Well if you had only used component clas — Dude can you stop? Let me finish my article here. Sorr — It’s fine don’t worry about it, just hold on.
…e was super awful. Then I discovered Less. Now I could make a @wonderfulBlue and use it everywhere. Well actually Jordan CSS has variables now…
…f like accessibility and removing unused modules and vars should still handled by eslint. Pair with a library like prettier-eslint by Kent C. Dodds & friends makes this an awesome part of your workflow!