Message from JavaScript discussions

September 2018

β€” That's not true at all. It's the complete opposite. A boilerplate usually is really noob-friendly, since all the "hard" work/code is alrady done. And it can also be used to study the code. Just look at boilerplate like how packages/npm is for Node. Instead of writing, let's say, your own socket module, you can just do a "npm i β€”save socket.io". A boilerplate is basically the same.

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A boilerplate can contain an already set-up project with sockets, express, feathers or whatever. It's like the saying: "why reinvent the wheel"?

β€” I see your intent.. but yeah, completely disagree. human operator should suffer to get skills. no pain no gain🀀

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β€” If you say push this, click that, npm run my website. you will get a crowd of idiots around

β€” Yeah, it's good to know how a dependency works, or Javascript as a whole before doing any of it

β€” Sure. But that's like calling anyone that uses React, Angular, Vue or socket.io, an idiot. As said, there is no reason to try to reinvent the wheel. But I agree that it's good to have great knowledge of javascript before using any javascript framework or MVC

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β€” Oke. i will try some wheel🀀

β€” You do that

β€” Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0sp-2dF3ME

β€” Yes, i will

β€” Party

β€” But..