Plain ES6, CoffeeScript 2, Elm, Or… for a new Node.JS project in 2018?
So, fediverse, would welcome your thoughts. I’m a big fan of CoffeeScript for its elegance. Not sure if using 2 would pose interoperability issues with libraries in 1 (eg. =>) & whether the additional inconsistencies with JS (eg., async keyword not being required for async functions) would make it confusing for other team members…
Bracket hell be damned, I’m actually considering plain JS using standard style… thoughts?
Just a reminder that 2 weeks ago I announced that d25.community will be shut down today.
In case you haven’t had a chance to backup your followers list, I’m going to give a grace period until end of day (CET) on Sunday (Dec 17th).
To backup your followers, please go to Settings (https://d25.community/settings/preferences) → Data export and use the CSV link to download your followers list. You can then import them into any other Mastodon instance. https://d25.community/media/yx6uKEPN8hKsKMV_Oro https://d25.community/media/JEv215AWyPMIeOPXXNo
Having a bourbon and… I like it. That’s a first! Willett Pot Still Reserve.
I'm sorry for all the IPFS tweets but this is just incredible. Check out peerpad:
https://peerpad.net/ or https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXhnaUzhiZ6EGvr2SwPgSZzVhfsTnzTW5EsXH6TNnQcYD or https://ipfs.io/ipns/peerpad.net or (if you run ipfs locally) http://localhost:8080/ipfs/QmXhnaUzhiZ6EGvr2SwPgSZzVhfsTnzTW5EsXH6TNnQcYD
So long as your network connectivity story isn't too sketchy, this is a fully distributed, real time collaborative text editor that can support thousands of clients at once.