3 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2020
  2. Sep 2020
    1. In most component frameworks, you need to write some code to define your component. With React, the simplest component is an empty function. In other frameworks, you need to import a library and call a special function to define and create your component. With Svelte, you just create a new .svelte file.

      If you compare these two:

      • With React, the simplest component is an empty function.
      • With Svelte, you just create a new .svelte file.

      Creating a new empty function is actually easier/faster than creating and importing a new file. Because you don't have to create a new file just to create a new one-line component. You can create simple helper components within the same file as the main component they help with, and sometimes it is nice to have the flexibility and freedom to compose your files however you want, including the freedom to group multiple closely related components together in the same file.

      In fact one thing I've sometimes found very useful and handy is to be able to define very simple helper components (functions) within the definition of my main component.

      So I would actually put this comparison in the "win" category for React, not Svelte.

  3. Jun 2020
    1. I could get a lot more done in an 8-9 hour day with a PC and a desk phone than I get done now in a 9-10 hour day with a laptop /tablet / smartphone, which should allow me to be more a lot more productive but just interrupt me. I don't want the mobile flexibility to work anywhere. It sucked in management roles doing a full day then having dinner with friends and family then getting back to unfinished calls and mails. I much prefer to work later then switch off totally at home.