Thanks. It is not very accurate, IMO.
Babel is a compiler (according to their website). It is also a transpiler. This thread explains it well.
Babel is actually much more powerful than what is described. It is an ecosystem of plugins, and is very customizable.
I’ll preface this with “this approach is a hack”, to clarify that it does indeed invalidate React virtual DOM.
React re-renders its components regularly, whenever state/props changes. If you are able to design a function that will play “catchup” with React re-renderings, you essentially add a “post-render” effect to React…
I share the sentiments, but disagree with conclusions. Thanks for the write up, and I’m sorry you got terminated for writing a blog article, that sucks!
It is true that few developers like estimations and accurately estimating software development is probably the next hardest thing after “naming things” and “cache…
Thanks for the write up! From the docs you posted, seems like GA can handle server side AB testing. If you potentially have intention of integrating experiment data with GA, why not use GA to do the whole thing? Optimizely’s main benefit is its powerful GUI for client-side AB testing. Seems like your approach underutilizes Optimizely.
Thanks for sharing — seems like a good effort to address React component styling. It is just a beginning of my acquaintance with this library, but there are several things that it encourages that I think are bad for the code.
Imagine you have this Home Panel module:
<!–– html ––> <div…
It does. Slack lets you define strings in messages which trigger a “ping”. The github integration uses attachments to include the comment though. Slack falls short of scanning the attachments for keywords and they get ignored.
May I ask — if that works, why are you looking to change it?
Search and filtering best works with an API (if it is anywhere powerful), so you’ll end up using an API anyway. Google has a cool API, which is pretty popular. We built a custom elasticsearch search at work for one of our systems…
I’m a junior developer and I agree with you.