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    sabine
    @sabine
    This plus all the slides on continuation-local-storage describing similar scenarios as use-case make me feel reasonably confident that it works the way I thought.
    David
    @dlepaux
    Hello Stephan ! I have a question for you, i don't understand why there is a request after loading the HTML in the second page.. This GET request is useless ! Why do that? Thank you
    David
    @dlepaux
    For example, if i do a request to get some data, with this configuration, i do the request in the server side and after in the client side...
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    Can you see the posts of grumpi here in the chat?
    David
    @dlepaux
    On december?
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    she build a solution for this problem
    David
    @dlepaux
    oh nice
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    jep
    David
    @dlepaux
    thank you =)
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    I think it's not scope of the example
    I personally find that double request ok-ish
    there are other places to optimize
    David
    @dlepaux
    like what?
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    depends on what you want to achieve
    creating a small version of your app that just contains the code which is needed to render this very page e. G. is a pretty good optimization
    and load the rest async when the app is running
    Maybe remove the need for ajax for the first page-load altogether might be another
    David
    @dlepaux
    yes absolutly, i work on a fork of your project to make an awesome starterkit, i will fix all bug that i can
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    nice. It needs some love, you're absolutly right :)
    David
    @dlepaux
    i will put your ideas in a todo list :p
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    I was very busy lately
    David
    @dlepaux
    thank you again Stephan i build something interesting i will tell you =)
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    oh, thanks
    David
    @dlepaux
    no problem ! i'm unemploy for now ! I profit
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    I always understand it as a starting point for people never as a fw or pattern or whatever. It should be easy to understand for everyone who is interested
    oh... do you need some work ;)
    David
    @dlepaux
    maybe ^^ i love to work on this concept, i fyou have some idea or way to develop i'm very open to your suggests
    (sorry for my english)
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    Do you already have some exp with mithril?
    David
    @dlepaux
    Not really i have started this week
    but it's not a problem i'm very motivated
    and it's not so so complicated
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    Ok, than maybe try things out and get yourself comfortable... then PM me, if you need something to do. BTW: Where are you from?
    David
    @dlepaux
    Yes ! =) thank you for your proposal !
    I come from France, Lyon, and you ?
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    Germany
    Leipzig to be specific
    South of Berlin
    David
    @dlepaux
    Nice :) I love Berlin (birth of Techno music ahah)
    I will send you a PM if necessary! Have a nice day !
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    happy mithril coding... it's super fun
    David
    @dlepaux
    Hello @StephanHoyer !
    I have a little question about your require('../../store') in a view. You don't specify client or server.. But how it work? How client side choose the client.js file? Because in the /store/index.js you require the server.js file..
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    It's defined in the package.json
    It's a browserify feature
    David
    @dlepaux
    Oww yes thank you very much ! :)
    dzcpy
    @dzcpy
    Hi all, is it still worth to stick to Mithril now?
    preact seems to be a very good alternative
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    In what regard it's better than Mirhril.js?
    BTW mithril was just rebuild from scratch. Will be 3 times faster than 0.2 mithril.
    Stephan Hoyer
    @StephanHoyer
    updated and simplified version just git published
    now with m.request running server and client side, so no need for a store facade
    David
    @dlepaux
    Awesome 👌