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bagfox68516dBecause people are so stupid that they always fuck it up and make everything slow
Hooks are less susceptible for it
Voxera883616dHooks once you learn how to use them are excellent.
Its just like any new tech, you need to understand how they work.
And having used at least 4 other ways hooks and mobx are my top favorites.
Lonchampt1116dAdding my two cents here, Hooks are a trade-off. If you fell for React in the old days of classes and shit, without re-learning it from scratch, you will never get any benefits from it because of the mindset you're focused on.
Some could say Hooks are kind of super shiny syntax diabetes, but IMHO, it mostly help new developers to properly decouple logic from presentation layer.
Even if I'm myself a React fan boy, I must recognize that giant outdated monolithic repository of hell scare me as duck, and oooooh boy, I came across those so many times.
One could agree that React's not a silver bullet, but a proper 4h relearning will give you the proper gun to make the most of it !
Lonchampt1115d@Voxera Yeah, that's absolutely right !
Despite that, I'm not sure that following the trends make myself a good developer.
I've been in the industry for a little longer than 5 years now, and as far as I can tell, JS is here to stay.
But do not mistake me for a fool, I'm quite sure that if I was ten years older, I will be convinced to the bottom of my heart that PHP is here to stay.
Twenty years older, and I will put my life on the line for Java, etc..
Like scientists, developers stands on paradigm. Even if we massively adopt one with all the good reasons in the world, we may get flawed by some lack of objectivity.
<quote>PHP is thrash btw 🦁</quote>
Lonchampt1115d@jiraTicket Not sure if that's irony or not haha
I'm not a native speaker (I know, that's okay), but still, my written English is a mixed mess of technical terms, old books and french literal translations.
I usually feel like my turn of phrase really lack of natural and/or get too much things lost in translation, which make it quite absurd sometimes
But hey, I've been around DevRant for three years now and I never really interacted with any online community, I think it's time to say hello !
I will make my presentation post in early 2021, stay wired for more of that frenglish 🥖