tybro0103

Chattanooga, TN

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awarded Famous Question
Feb
5
comment using _.reject turns my object into an array
In fact, omit() is better, because it's a tool intended precisely for the job at hand.
Feb
5
revised using _.reject turns my object into an array
fixed some typos in the code
Feb
5
comment using _.reject turns my object into an array
@gdibble It does indeed work. I updated answer with a fiddle.
Feb
5
revised using _.reject turns my object into an array
added 46 characters in body
Feb
5
comment using _.reject turns my object into an array
@gdibble Not true. Proof: jsfiddle.net/ehbmsb5k
Jan
28
comment Passing environment-dependent variables in webpack
Is there a reason you're doing JSON.stringify('development') instead of just '"development"'?
Jan
25
awarded Popular Question
Jan
22
comment React + Redux Simple Router : cannot find listen of undefined
are you doing this server or client side?
Jan
21
comment Using two CSS classes on one element
@MarcoCastanho I updated answer with link to example
Jan
21
revised Using two CSS classes on one element
added link to example fiddle
Jan
9
awarded Notable Question
Dec
23
comment What's the point of hot module reloading?
TL;DR: Hot Module Reloading can save one significant time in the scenario where a manual process (following refresh) is involved to get to the desired state in which one is testing.
Dec
23
revised What's the point of hot module reloading?
Removing a bit that was more of a personal attack than an answer.
Dec
23
comment What's the point of hot module reloading?
Upvote for the point about getting to a certain state.
Dec
23
comment What's the point of hot module reloading?
Fair enough. What about knowing when it has taken effect? Does that ever get weird for you?
Dec
23
asked What's the point of hot module reloading?
Nov
25
awarded Nice Answer
Nov
25
awarded Enlightened
Nov
17
awarded Caucus
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