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Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
I am behind the curve :)
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
There servers got flooded so they shutdown and are working on 2.0
It's been down for weeks though.
2.0 requires github auth to post tests, which makes sense.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
webrtc could help too
tests active while they have at least one open page
and peer to peer
:)
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Not a bad idea, however I like it as a huge database of random perf tests that I will not have to do cross browser myself :p.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
Since there is no proper search
my experience was that every time I need to test something it takes five attempts to come up with the name :)
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Well, they have been around a long while so google has indexed the popular test cases pretty good. Search could be much better though.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
funny :)
I never thought of google that kind of stuff :)
"Ok, google. What's faster for or forEach?" :)))))
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
"anything - jsperf" works pretty good, but now it's all broken lol.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
time to put crazy things into our production code :)
code reviewers won't be able to test them :)
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Lol
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
@alexindigo form-data/form-data#142 what do we need?
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
Just trying different things that could monitor code quality on PRs.
Similar to Travis and Coveralls
But for code related things
Codacity has nice feature set, but integration is lacking
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Previously I've used code-climate which seemed okay. Perhaps we should pick a linting tool first?
Can you link me codacity? Also I'm about to go to bed so I'll talk to you later :).
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
Link you?
I'm getting more and more fanatical about eslint
It can check many things including jsdoc
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Yeah eslint is good, I used it at my previous job. Also all I can find for codacity is https://www.codacity.com/ which I don't think is right?
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
I'll check out code climate
Oh it's my internal illiterate:)
codacy.com
Got mixed with teamcity probably
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
:p thats fine. I'll check it out tomorrow :).
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
I'm evaluating com environments at work :)
Btw, decided to go global vars for isomorphic? :)
Sweet dreams :)
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
:p Well it's suppose to be like a polyfill for node so it makes sense to me. Similar to https://github.com/matthew-andrews/isomorphic-fetch.
I really want to provide a real polyfill for ie9+ but I think it's gonna be hard :p.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
I'm still thinking on use case where globality would help it with isomorphism, in my view all isomorphic scripts being loaded/required via some kind load manager anyway, so all the dependencies get explicitly defined.
And nothing goes global.
Or did I miss something?
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Well with browserify and webpack you can specify requires within the config as well, (usually a good spot for polyfills), which simply requires the file without having to do it explicitly in app code.
Since in the browser you are expecting form-data to be there it makes sense to make it global anyway since it would help people transitioning from dom code to isomorphic code.
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
And Browserify would add it to the globsl space?
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
Yeah
Alex Indigo
@alexindigo
Didn't expect such behavior from Substack's creation :)
As for IE9 polyfill, find stream library that works there
Dylan Piercey
@DylanPiercey
:p it's not the most intuitive configuration but it works.