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Wish all JS frontends were built with webpack and ES6 and Vue. That's the world I dream of 😙

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    Gulp works for me ;)
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    I agree with everything but Vue. I prefer React over Vue 😄
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    What is with this site and vue? Why is it better or worse than react, jquery even!
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    @Jakuho as someone who does webapps, databases, middleware, system applications, embedded applications, windowed apps, Linux, Unix, Windows, and everything else under the sun.

    Get the fuck out of here with your degrading shitty comment.

    Some of the best devs I've come across were web devs.
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    @BakerMcBaker please don't take it seriously .. lel
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    @Jakuho ah, I've been bamboozled!

    I'm sorry man I totally missed read the humor. I forget we say things in jest here.
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    But.. webpack is sooo slow dude, could someone please fix that? 🙊
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    @bashlord not after production build
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    @bashlord I think you need to fix that, as my webpack config is very fast.
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    @RTRMS do you have a gist or something of your config? I’m Curious as to what I can change to make the thing go faster.
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    @inukinator to an extent its personal preference, but depending on the actual use case one may be better than the other, I have found that react has more 3rd party support.

    I also do not like Vues state management, in large scale apps you will get a noticeable performance boost using immutable objects over object observables.

    At the end of the day, this is the comment of an inexperienced developer, as not every tool fits every job, it's up to the developer to knows the strengths and weaknesses of the tools available and using that determine which tool fits which job, otherwise you get some wanker putting a square peg in a round hole.

    Like this twat woddle I worked with at my last job pulling out angular 4 and bootstrap to build a site that comprised of 1 page with 2 tabs, 1 of which contained a form. Clearly we needed 1.2mb of boilerplate to run 1 fucking form,which did not even have an api linked to it, it was connected to a mailto link.
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