EventTarget has arrived in Canary! Ooooh. Surma & Jake discuss what this means for the web. #HTTP203
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20 Comments on "EventTarget – HTTP203"
I hope you guys get to read this, I love your videos they are amazing, and I have one little suggestion, if you have seen the seasonal "The good doctor", you would notice that when he thinks facts about what his thoughts are would pop out on the side of the screen and fade away quickly, we could have that here and it will be amazing… Just my two cents
Why not just call it EventEmitter? And eventually warn users that you're phasing out the previous name in a future version?…
example listed 14 sec to 30 sec mark. Like WHAT?!! PLS no interrupting! K that's it. Save jokes for before you start getting technical or at end of the show. Let those thoughts and explanasions finish. After all, we have all the time in the world. We are watching your show. Dont rush it.
Each time I get into the flow of a sentence (in the whole series) one of you interrupts the other to prove YOU know what it is or that you're smarter or usually to make a pun. Love the show don't get me wrong guys. Flow is good. But you guys are a treasure trove of knowledge. Please let each other finish thoughts. That is where the gems are for advanced devs. Tnx. Goofballs.
you're a 'premium' product so to speak. There are enough low end beginner videos of development all over youtube. Not to mention beginners would never watch these. So let the expertise shine and flow through and clarify between thoughts. K back to work thanks again.
Good feedback! It’s something I wanted to work on. I’ll try to be more mindful the next time we shoot 🙂
I want those Coasters!
Jake intensifies. 1:00
Or… implement Rxjs Observables as native ES lib, that would make everything sooooo much better <3
But… that‘s exactly what’s happening. Observables are being added to the platform. I don’t quite follow.
Just call it…. EventSomeThing !!!
Share some sample code that would be more helpful
Take a look at this tweet by some random dude that nobody likes: twitter.com/jaffathecake/status/930789600926330885?lang=en
another great video! thanks guys!
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