Dear Developer, The Web Isn't About Youby go1dfishin programming

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I honestly think that as we redevelop what a front end looks like we will end up repeating mistakes.

Good practices are developed for a common tool over time. Then a new tool comes around and things like accessibility go by the wayside while people are trying to figure out the complexity of the new tool they are using.

I'm a fan of slow changes, and avoiding tools that lock you into a single mindset. Tools shouldn't lock you in.

If I was doing basic carpentry and had to tell myself, oh no, I used a hammer for something. I guess I can't use a screw driver on anything now. That would be absurd.

If I used glue on something I shouldn't have to relearn how to use every tool I have within the context of having used glue.

    Dear Developer, The Web Isn't About Youby go1dfishin programming

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    Basically the best library is one that solves a simple problem making it even more simple while having virtually no impact on the rest of your code.

    If maintaining state between dom, data, and backend was a routine task often over complicated by developers at times, and something we wanted to standardize, a better way than needing something that needs a whole pre-processor to javascript would be..

    <script src='some utility'></script> <script>tie('textarea#editor',parentobj,'childname','resturi')</script>

    Shit, I just tied all of those elements together so that editing any one of them changes all the other. The tie function could totally be designed to do it.

      End-to-End Encryption in the Browser Impossible? - ProtonMailin programming

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      Pretty confident Notabug is proof that it’s possible.

        End-to-End Encryption in the Browser Impossible? - ProtonMailin programming

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        It’s possible, but the point made here is that it’s impossible to provide strong guarantees that I don’t steal your password when you enter it on a website I control.

        Notabug lets you control your own peer and eventually will be packaged as an electron app or something where the concerns of this video do not apply.

        Also notabug doesn’t do any end to end browser encryption yet, everything is public just signed.

          The faster you unlearn OOP, the better for you and your softwareby go2dfishin programming

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          Just what I need. I've been wondering if it's alright if I don't delve into learning OOP since I just want to focus on Functional Programming. Thank you.

            TempleOS | Down the Rabbit Holein programming

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            Terry Davis is dead. Suicide in the great outdoors.

              TempleOS | Down the Rabbit Holein programming

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              is that actually what happened?

                TempleOS | Down the Rabbit Holein programming

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                He got hit by a train, would not move and stood there to die.

                  The Wavefunction Collapse Algorithm explained very clearlyin programming

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                  Schrodinger’s Cat was simultaneously both dead and alive until someone opened its box and checked on it; your table plan is simultaneously in every single possible layout until you get your shit together.

                  This sounds a lot like MaxEnt models in natural language processing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_maximum_entropy

                    TempleOS | Down the Rabbit Holein programming

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                    RIP. (if true)

                      The Wavefunction Collapse Algorithm explained very clearlyin programming

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                      Schrodinger’s Cat was simultaneously both dead and alive until someone opened its box and checked on it

                      No, that was the ad absurdum consequence of the thought experiment which made certain no-hidden-variables probabilistic theories untenable. And also this common incorrect usage confuses the map for the territory, in that the 'known state' is in a superposition of logical probabilities, but the physical state is not -- unless you allow for some 'sentient observer effect' which pushes the rendering into strange places and begs the question of what is and isn't an 'observer'.

                      Somehow, the cat's managed to be treated by the layman as both physically obviously in one state or another, and yet proof of the probabilistic nature of the universe.

                      Luckily, it doesn't affect the quality of this work piece, which is really great. It's just a shame that people are unable to talk about reasoning about existence separately from observing existence itself, even as they program one knowing it doesn't affect the other.

                        This looks like such an amazing library but they don't describe how to use it all.by x0x7in programming

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                        With a little bit of research I see I'm supposed to use webpack on it. But then there is no description of how it is meant to be used on the front end.

                        At this point microsoft is just brag-posting their editor.

                        What I want to figure out is if I can just use the cdnjs sources, or are there back end things going on. They don't even describe the scope of the project.

                          I wish when an NPM module looses popularity we could know where the users went.by x0x7in programming

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                          Doesn't look like that module has lost much popularity to me.

                            Privacy by Design Cheat Sheetin programming

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                            LOL. Just an excuse to to earn "Privacy" label.

                              I wish when an NPM module looses popularity we could know where the users went.by x0x7in programming

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                              I was looking at the last dip. I looked at several others and realized that almost all modules have the same dip. I think that was Christmas.