Beginner's Thread / Easy Questions (November 2021)

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  • Microbundle

    📦 Zero-configuration bundler for tiny modules.

    Check out microbundle, which is what TSDX started as a typescript alternative to.

  • statusboard

    Public monitor/status/health board for @npm/cli-team's maintained projects

    This is probably related to this npm issue: https://github.com/npm/statusboard/issues/395

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  • codesandbox-client

    An online IDE for rapid web development

    I'd have to see the code to know for sure, if you can reproduce what you're trying to do as a simple example on codesandbox.io

  • React

    The library for web and native user interfaces.

    Sorry for the delayed response-- I just saw your comment. I wanted to share an update incase anyone else runs into this-- the error I was getting is apparently a known bug with React dev tools. I was able to find this-- https://github.com/facebook/react/issues/16493 which details the same issue I was having.

  • react-pokemon-quiz

    A recreation of my pokemon quiz app built with React!

    When I look at your #quiz in dev tools it shows the opacity is 1%. Double check that in your code, looking at your css chunk its set to 1%

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