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🍶 Freeman Just want to share my thoughts here. I've worked with react for the last 5 years. However I've started seeing a trend and it's for a good reason that people incl me realise the trade offs of reactivifying everything. Esp for a blog, a non SPA server rendered page works with less moving parts, or a html only SSG (i use zola). You could mount extra reactivity with Web Components (e.g remount). PS i still use next.js, not trying ti dismiss it :)
🧵 Evan You can React-ify static sites too! I'm pretty sure that's what Gatsby is. @msp it's way cheaper (usually even free) to run a blog using a static site hosted on Netlify. I wish I could find an alternative to Netlify, because I feel like they're getting too big, but that's what seems to work for now.
☝ Jean-David Moisan When I write a message, how come I get the error "Use spaces or shorter words". What's the condition to trigger that message? I'm way below the character limit.
☝ Jean-David Moisan I'm designing a programming language called Vyne. Putting my notes here: github.com/Apostol...
Chris Sounds silly, but I don't understand how the "replies" function works at all. I'll see a thread with something like "8 replies", and when I click it, I expect the replies to drop down under it in a clear hiearchy. They don't seem to do that, and I don't see the number of replies that the link indicates.
🧵 Evan I've just been relying on Microsoft documentation and other examples I find around the 'net. Do be aware of the differences between .NET Framework (old, Windows-only) and .NET Core (open-source, all platforms) and you can use most things between the two. AFAIK all the language features are the same, but some of the built-in APIs can be totally different, so be sure to look specifically for .NET Core in that case. They're getting rid of .NET Framework soon.
🦄 Chip Uni Lots of us here are programmers. What's your favorite programming language, and why?
🧵 Evan I love JS and TypeScript, be it through Node.JS, Deno, or the browser, because I've never not been able to get something done with it. My second favorite would be C#.NET Core, for my current jobs. Anyone who wants something like Java without all the crust, take a look at C# with .NET Core. It's got a lot of refreshing features and built-in async, await, Promises (Tasks) just like JS, far easier to setup a project, and doesn't necessarily need a heavy weight IDE.