@thomasfuchs it was right thing to do.
Absolutely amazing. Look at Karen from Fox News realising for the first time in her life what the police is.
This is one of the most absolutely insane moments I've ever seen on live television.
@nikoheikkila I upgraded my WSL1 legacy distro to the latest ubuntu manually.
@lmorchard 👍 good to know people are not taking things too seriously.
@lmorchard try this one
@gidi I really do like typescript, it helps a lot in huge projects.
Also I do like RxJS a lot more than React hooks. Some React types are a complete mess like what does a component return and what exactly is in props.children.
If I'd have a clean slate to work on I'd probably choose between Angular & Vue.js.
Angular is nothing like the mess of Angular.JS and has proper tooling to migrate between major versions, localization, PWA, SSR, static rendering ( scully.io ). And Vue is basically Angular lite. ;D
@celia logging, as class mixins.
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Lately I've been working with #React + #Typescript... I don't like it. What's there that bugs me:
- missing typings, messed up return types looking at you React.Component
- children especially with components that might render null
- prop passing ... rest
- you need a library for everything, no project has the same foundations. Transferable skill set is narrow ( just JS ).
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@natecull at least you are doing the sensible thing.
We dropped the ball already in Finland.
@sikkdays except Folding@home
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