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It's like saying you don't care about freedom of speech because you have nothing to say.
Testing is doubting !
@Lahsen2016 then you don't want to open-source it. You can't steal open-source code (unless git clone is armed robbery).
You can share the code with a licence which doesn't permit commercial use of it. But you may not have the money to attack people who use it anyway.
If it's a multiplayer game, you could have a proprietary client and a open-source server. People have to buy a copy but they can go wild with modded server.
Religion (or lack of), gender, skin color, tab/space, etc are all part of our identity. Ignoring them is a bad idea, people tend to dislike when you deny a part of who they are.
@Froot The same thing can be said of Angular, but neither are lightweight and sometime that what you need.
Or you're building a proprietary app and would prefer to not get involved with the React licence.
You should assess your project need and then choose the right framework and not force your favorite in every project.
Also, and I know it's crazy, but you may not even need JS. (Or just a little and vanilla is enough)
@Froot I don't want every things I use to be open-source.
React is in a weird middle ground, it's open-source until Facebook takes the license back from you.
And, more importantly, it's said almost nowhere (Let's not pretend people read the LICENSE file).
In the end, its depends on how much you trust Facebook.
You can't say that React is the only way to go when there are tons of others framework that could better fit one's need.
"If you only have a hammer everything is a nail" or something like it, you get the idea.
@Froot Using a patented "open-source" project is "doing it wrong" imo.
Isn't kind of against net neutrality ?
(I'd to enter the "mobile plan measuring contest", I pay 3€ per month and I've 100Go/month and unlimited everything else)
The only good answer is : "error: ambiguous notation"
Stop trying to argue if your way of interpreting it is the 'right way'. Those are just conventions (different everywhere) to get rid of ambiguity and make easier the life of teacher. (They don't want to argue like here after each exam)
You can study CSS ?! o:
I've never learnt CSS, I use this technic :
1. Type what you want in your favorite search engine.
2. First link is stack overflow.
4. It doesn't work...
6. Profit & repeat
Works great !
The Android Gmail app proposing answers.
@b---- Maybe he is colorblind.
Why do people care about other people theme ?
During the summer, white theme. I don't code in the dark.
The only valid reason to be lazy to setup dual boot is UEFI.
And I think your confusing editor and IDE.
You could try to move toward management.
It wouldn't happen if everyone just used Pascal...
Protip: You should use Thrawable instead of Exception.
What if you want to send 'exit' ?
You could buy noice cancelling headphones.