Component Based Design is often talked about in context of large, complex projects. In this post we’re making the case that it can also be very beneficial for smaller projects and teams. We now use Component Based Design for every project, big or small.
If Sarah was going to sum up her experiences with Vue in a sentence, she’d probably say something like "it's just so reasonable" or "It gives me the tools I want when I want them, and never gets in my way".
You no longer have to use babel to transpile import and export statements in your code. webpack now supports parsing of these statements. This allows us to leverage a new webpack 2 feature: “Tree shaking”!!
The browser world we live in today is pretty great. You can use promisesand fetch and arrow functions and const and let — all the hip new gear — and it will work in every major browser. No polyfills, no transpiling, it will Just Work. That’s frickin amazing! But it’s not frickin relevant.
Star wars is such a captivating saga. The divine Force that connects us all, the inner battle against evil, and of course the little companion droids. BB8 is such a well designed character. While recognising some reused features from R2D2's lovable personality, we also so see a reinvented droid with his own quirky style and functionality.
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