Writing beautiful React code using a good old mate ↦
Trends come and go and sometimes we forget to look at the value of tools for what they are. In an exploration of how to write React in a way that felt more pleasant, I rediscovered an old front-end tool, and thought it was worth sharing it.
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Hi! So nice that this was logged! I decided to share this with the Changelog community because it resonated somewhat with some of the stuff discussed in this episode of the Founders Talk: Founders Talk #72. Not sure if everyone makes the connection, though.
Although a well-known fact, it is crazy how we live in a world eager to move forward and fast. Sometimes the pace is such that there’s no time to enjoy anymore. And at such speed, it is easy to left things that could be useful behind.
In a search for enjoying my time coding a bit more, I’ve come across a nice tool front-end developers forgot about. I am curious to hear if/how others relate to this feeling and how they tackle it in general, and more technically, what they think of the approach.