Because a closure retains a reference to originalThing, the existence of the replacement thing's closure means that the originalThing reference remains alive - and so every new thing adds to the chain of references, and no previous things can be collected. This is a contrived example, but it's based off of an actual Meteor bug.
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Ultra-high performance reactive programmingProject mention: High Performance 3D Animation with React + rxjs | dev.to | 2021-09-09
High-level streams library for Node.js and the browser
Simple React state management. Made with ❤️ and ES6 Proxies.Project mention: Why do developers love hooks? | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2022-01-07
I personally prefer to work with react-easy-state instead of using Redux or even the built-in state management in React.
State management that tailored for react, it is simple, predictable, progressive and efficient.
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Simple yet powerful live data computation framework
Reactive Streams for ClojureScriptProject mention: Penpot is an open source design and prototyping platform built in Clojure | reddit.com/r/Clojure | 2021-02-06
I have a few questions about the tech stack and the project. Well, actually a lot of them :) General questions: 1. does this project have the same scope as something like Figma? Or maybe Webflow? 2. how much code Clojure code are you able to reuse on the ClojureScript frontend? I'm curious because I'm sold on using Clojure for a complex backend like this, but I'm still skeptical on using ClojureScript on the frontend. Does ClojureScript really provide a solid advantage over Typescript? Regarding the frontend: 1. I have never used beicon. Is it a 1:1 RxJS wrapper? Are there any significant differences with RxJS? 2. Is rumext a React wrapper? Why did you pick that over Reagent, Rum, etc? How does it compare with other React wrappers? 3. Is the combination rumext + beicon something akin to re-frame? Did you consider re-frame? I'm asking because I've used it and really liked it, but mine was just a small project.
1kb progressive state management library inspired by Vuex.
Cue.js - Data driven Custom Elements (by monokee)Project mention: I made a PWA for Color Matching | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-05-16
I sketched the design in figma and built the frontend with Cue.js (my own reactive wrapper around custom elements). The image processing is done in WebGL. I tried to recreate the image drag & zoom behaviour from iOS.
Add human touch to otherwise very machined node.js streams.
I've created an article 2 years ago about this topic -> https://github.com/cedmandocdoc/redefining-observable. Sorry for the bad explanation there, but it has examples and an already working API.
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