14 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2020
    1. Template literals work well for long embedded DSLs. Unfortunately the syntax noise is substantial when you exit in and out of embedded arbitrary ECMAScript expressions with identifiers in scope.
    1. Comparison to useReducer
    2. This library is built in TypeScript, and for TypeScript users it offers an additional benefit: one no longer needs to declare action types. The example above, if we were to write it in TypeScript with useReducer, would require the declaration of an Action type: type Action = | { type: 'reset' } | { type: 'increment' } | { type: 'decrement' }; With useMethods the "actions" are implicitly derived from your methods, so you don't need to maintain this extra type artifact.
  2. Sep 2020
    1. It would be tiresome - and bloated - to include a class pass-through for every component or assigning custom properties (from the RFC linked) for all potential properties on every component, just in case it's gonna be used in layouts that requires it. Wrapping them in a wrapper div is certainly an option, but potentially creates 100s or 1000s (long lists, several lists etc.) of new elements in the DOM slowing down low-end devices.
    2. verbosity for multiple overrides in parent component markup
    3. variables and fallbacks in the child component css again seem verbose, and not as flexible as classes
  3. Aug 2020
  4. Jul 2020
    1. Take the case of the <input> element in this component — we could add an on:input event handler that sets the value of name to event.target.value, but it's a bit... boilerplatey
    1. Besides, this will just end up being reported as a security bug to the security list if left as is, cause docker will eat up all your disk space due to a single call site flooding STDERR forcing logs to grow forever.
  5. Jun 2020
    1. I was just expressing that, even thought I like React, I dread having to still manually handle everything, instead of just using a directive, a la Vue.JS. This is what I consider boilerplate. Hence my comment on how I could leave React for Svelte just because of that. Clearly a Svelte side-by-side code comparison shows a much cleaner code for Svelte.
    2. Man, just because it gets rid of SO MUCH boilerplate I want to switch already.It kills me everytime I work with forms in React. So much noise for such a simple task.