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What do you think of the potential of this dev tool for Redux?

demo...

It still needs a few features like searching, panning, and zooming to be usable for large state trees. Also, a dockable component is a suggestion I got and I think it would indeed be nice to have a button in a corner to pop in/out the chart.

So I figured I'd ask your opinion about it since your talk at RE on Redux dev tools inspired me to release this one. What do you think?

demo code

Google Award / Location / English

  1. How has winning the Grand Prize award from Google influenced your development as a programmer? You're already so young, and was quite a while ago...
  2. Have you ever considered relocating outside of Russia? It seems like the world could be your oyster (in terms of employment / travel opportunities) with so many successful open source projects under your belt in such a short period of time. (Edit, saw that you are in the process of moving to London -- why there?)
  3. Also curious about your mastery of the English language. Did you grow up with a parent who was a native speaker? Or perhaps only later in life move to Russia? Your written fluency is quite impressive, and the quality of your docs seem to shine in this fact.

Making things digitally

When did you start making things digitally?
When did you know it had become an important part of your life?

When are you moving to Seattle?

While eating lots of raw meat at a paris café, you, me, and my wife already figured out that Seattle is the place you and your wife would like to be.

Other reasons:

  1. I'm moving there in like 3 weeks.

Do you have any tips on how to migrate legacy webapps to webpack?

Say, you're working on a mature legacy SPA webapp based primary on jQuery with some newer features already implemented with React. The JavaScript code is structured in old-school modules (and there's a lot of them):

(function(global) {
  // ...
  global.MyModule = {...};
})(window);

Could you describe your approach on how to introduce CommonJS/ ES6/ Webpack modules to such project?

Thanks.

recommendations for using types with redux

Hi Dan,

I saw the issue mentioning that babel doesn't work well with flow, and that flow is not on the near term roadmap for redux. I also saw that some people have been contributing typescript definitions.

Do you have any pointers on how to use types with redux? This is coming from the perspective of migrating an app that is built with php, jquery, and pjax into react, redux, and immutable.

Thanks,
David

How did you become so good?

Any tips/advice/some of your aha-moments that made you look differently at code/problems?

What do you think make you a better developer than the average one?

Do you have any prefer ways to test a function that use many promises?

I always feel painful when test something like this:

import 'isomorphic-fetch';
import { normalize } from 'normalizr';
import { camelizeKeys } from 'humps';

export function callGetApi(endpoint, schema) {
  return fetch(endpoint)
    .then(response => {
      return response.json().then(json => ({ json, response }));
    })
    .then(({ json, response }) => {
      if (!response.ok) {
        return Promise.reject(json);
      }
      const camelizedJson = camelizeKeys(json);

      return normalize(camelizedJson, schema);
    });
}

I see you also suggest using mocha as test engine in redux. Do you have any prefer ways or examples to test a function like this?
Unit test with some mocks & stubs or any other ways?

Thanks

Analysis and synthesis

What is the balance between analysis (taking things apart) and synthesis (putting things together) in your thinking process?
How do you express those gifts or skills outside of your open source work?

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