Houdini is a collection of APIs that expose the CSS engine’s internals to developers.
The Houdini task force consists of engineers from Mozilla, Apple, Opera, Microsoft, HP, Intel and Google. The task force is working on a collection of drafts with the goal to get them accepted by the W3C to become actual web standards.
There are two not insignificant problems with any application or library that makes use of _.chain: its most common use promotes importing the entirety of lodash to work, and it’s hard to extend with new methods.
A big chunk of the FullStory engineering team formerly worked at Google, where there is a famously strong emphasis on code quality. Perhaps the most important foundational tenet at the big G is a practice called code reviews, or, more precisely, “pre-commit” code reviews.