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Will be making a PR tonight to @supabase's Auth UI repo. Ported and made fully reactive with @solid_js
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According to the 2022 Stack Overflow Developers Survey, in the category of Loved, Dreaded, and Wanted: "Angular.js is in its third year as the most dreaded." I'm shocked the general rebuttal to this is, it's because it's too advanced for most people and enterprise quality.
🚀 Just published solid-paginate – a@solid_jss library for paginating your data in no time. github.com/TahaSh/solid-p…yh
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@tsAngelNunnez @solid_js We're streaming a workshop on it live now – play button is on the homepage. Unedited replay is available immediately.
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I have developed a modular form library for @solid_js. It is fast by default and the bundle size starts at 2.5 KB. You can find the library as an #OpenSource project on my #GitHub. Try it out and leave a star if you like it!
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Should you TypeScript All The Things? Feat. @bencodezen from his new TypeScript and Vue course: frontendmasters.com/courses/vue-ty…
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The Complete Intro to React v8 and Intermediate React v5 are streaming free tomorrow! Catch it live on the front page of @FrontendMasters Starting tomorrow at 9:30AM CDT. Lots of new content like react-query, redux-toolkit, Vite, Vitest, and all the React v18 new features
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Solid won a @InfoWorld Bossie (OSS) award for innovation in a Frontend Framework! 🏆🎉infoworld.com/article/367682…kk
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Introducing: StackBlitz Codeflow! ♾ Codeflow is a one-click GitHub integration that keeps you in flow state by seamlessly weaving together: - creating & reviewing pull requests - fixing issues - contributing to open-source repositories in a way that wasn't possible before: 🧵0
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Today I'm launching my Beginner JavaScript text guide! These notes are totally free and have been modeled after the content in my Beginner JavaScript course. This is a huge resource I've been working on for over a year and I'm so excied to share it! wesbos.com/javascript
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FAQ: When do I use a Solid Signal versus a Store? youtu.be/GEu8hc3RKpw
I truly do appreciate this: legendapp.com/open-source/le… And I get why. But basically, a paper champion of @solid_js.
I'll see your native desktop apps from web tech and raise you with mobile native web too! sockets.sh
The least respect truest tech truth I have heard in some time: "React has aged. And I don’t think most people—particularly those using it regularly—realize how much or how poorly." - @jjcollinsworth joshcollinsworth.com/blog/self-fulf…
This is rolling around my head, "The self-fulfilling prophecy of React": joshcollinsworth.com/blog/self-fulf… But I'm not biased by the distance between Svelte & React. If React became @solid_js , or if Solid_js replaced React. We will have made a jQuery to Backbone leap. Don't care who wins.
Build UI components once, run it everywhere has legs in a lot of orgs. Fun seeing solutions like: github.com/CKGrafico/papa… based on mitosis.builder.io
Typescript's type system upsides continue to grow on me slowly. From the website: "The resulting system is powerful, interesting, and messy." Yup!
Can't copy and paste because of permissions issues with Clipboard API (i.e. within iframes) no problem just use an older api (document.execCommand('copy')) which seems to run just fine, permissions be dammed, regardless of iframe policies. How does this make sense????
Is @solid_js what @reactjs should've been?? 😳 Let's see what makes Solid so special, and why it's *my* rec for performance-minded JSX lovers 💙#whiteboardthewebeb edition 4Il
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It seems like this, "you know React, you know X" is catching on: 1. qwik.builder.io 2. github.com/BuilderIO/mito… Almost like we know that the logical path forward requires some degree of historical knowledge.
Feeling rather depressed knowing that the long tail of React.js will most certainly mean I will have to return to re-render land at some point & set down a sharp knife (@solid_js) for a dull. I'd even, stand on my head in the corner with web components if I could avoid React.js.
The best money you'll spend on a career that continually requires learning is @FrontendMasters. Don't miss the sale: frontendmasters.com/sale/
beyond excited @FrontendMasters will have a @solid_js course this year! Even more excited that the creator, @RyanCarniato, will teach the course. One of the unique & promising things about solidjs is that the creator is heavily involved in the community. frontendmasters.com/teachers/ryan-…
future me: HTML scrolling in ios can be done with one finger for the first scrollable element in the DOM. Sub scrolling elements require two fingers. To make something scrollable with one digit, you have to turn off scrolling for all parent elements above scrollable element. boo!
I don't know who needs to hear this, but the 4+ year grift of React concurrency is never going to work for any reasonable definition of "work". The only path to delivering consistently good UX is to do less work, not to try to slice it finely with a dull butter knife.
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@austinxhammer IFF (if and only if) React were in the same ballpark of reactive update speed as, say, FAST or Lit or Svelte or any of a dozen other tools that have eschewed VDOM but kept the programming model, there might be a contingent case for this approach. Today, there is not.
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Introducing the Frontend Masters Community Sale! frontendmasters.com/sale/ 🎉 We are celebrating the launch of new community features built into the platform with $100 off yearly membership – our first discount in over three years!
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Solid 1.5 is here: 🍪New batching 🏪Resource Stores 🔥Better SSR performance 🦾Improved error handling 🤓NodeNext Suppgithub.com/solidjs/solid/…e4ivg
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Today I'm celebrating the css scroll-padding property. w3.org/TR/css-scroll-… Cause when you need it, you really need it!
Note to self. element.scrollIntoView() will walk to the ends of the scrolling universe to scroll your element into view no matter how many elements must be scrolled in a document. Make senses, but just didn't think it would be that sophisticated.
#Svelte vs #SolidJS #7 Some #SolidJS pros: - smaller bundle size - higher performance - favors immutability - favors explicitness - composable reactivity - fine-grained nested updates - vanishing components - error boundaries - explicit batch updates - full control on reactivity
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There is no end of things to love about @solid_js. But, the fact that all of ones DOM scripting skills come back into play is like dusting off a sharp Samari sword and putting it to work. Without VDOM, anything is possible. This will also likely become a downfall for many.
Announcing Solid Toast by @deora_aryan. Who said libraries can't be cute? solid-toast.com
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I'm not sure what we are waiting for. We should stop using the term JavaScript and replace it with ECMAScript. Everyone else seems to already have their foot in that door.
Solid just hit 20k stars on Github!!🎉 A huge thank you for all your support.S
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New Atomico #webcomponents site, soon more news like video tutorials and design systems atomicojs.github.io twitter.com/Uppercod/statu…
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Noted! ['zero', 'one', 'two'].at(0); === 'zero' ['zero', 'one', 'two'].at(-1); === 'two'
We are incredibly honored to be named "Breakthrough of the Year" in the JavaScript Open Source Awards presented @thejsnation. Thank you to everyone involved who made this possible and for supporting the project.
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React to @solid_js could not be simpler especially when people build tools like: suid.io/tools/react-to… (this tool is used to programmatically convert @MUI_hq to @solid_js UI components). Impressive. Really.
What is this "SolidJS" I keep hearing about? Join me in this post as I migrate a React component with hooks to SolidJS :) "Converting a React Component to SolidJS" by Matti Bar-Zeev #DEVCommunity dev.to/mbarzeev/conve… #SolidJS #webdev #reactjs
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I didn't know if I had another book in me but I started outlining a @solid_js enlightenment book this past weekend. I think it might have legs!
More detailed than I have ever seen: thehistoryoftheweb.com
I enjoyed seeing all the guesses to where I'd be working. Today, I'm excited to share my next adventure. @Netlify #webdev #OpenSource #solidjs dev.to/ryansolid/when…
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I love this type of content that frames things we all take for granted. Web Applications 101 - robinwieruch.de/web-applicatio… by @rwieruch
Do not sleep on @solid_js. It has very similar ergonomics to React, but is actually reactive (and this has a lot of benefits) 💯 solidjs.comCtwitter.com/solid_js/statu…H
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I predict @solid_js will slowly take over. Not because it's better than @sveltejs but the ramp from React to @solid_js is trivial. Vue people, might go the @sveltejs route but React > @solid_js youtube.com/watch?v=hw3Bx5… Vite + Solidjs is divine! stackblitz.com/edit/node-htbb…
Pinch me! Am I dreaming? This is spot on: zagjs.com
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