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wle8300 Nov 25, 2015

This resource is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to put it together!

wle8300 commented Nov 25, 2015

This resource is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to put it together!

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dosjota Dec 1, 2015

Thank you!!!

dosjota commented Dec 1, 2015

Thank you!!!

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andysylvester Dec 31, 2015

Nolan, just read through your Pokedex.org post and the app-opocalype posts - excellent work! I am going to read through these resources this weekend!

andysylvester commented Dec 31, 2015

Nolan, just read through your Pokedex.org post and the app-opocalype posts - excellent work! I am going to read through these resources this weekend!

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tycho01 Jan 12, 2016

Hey, wanted to comment on the pokedex.org post but didn't seem it allowed comments. I'm pretty impressed by the results, and learned loads just checking out the different technologies used. P.S., I'm seeing some more React-inspired Angular 2 at the NgRx Github; looks pretty exciting.
Actually having to go through what you did to achieve something similar seems pretty daunting though -- the amount of apparent boilerplate seems significant. I'm also getting the impression that projects like NativeScript are trying to tackle similar problems in terms of allowing devs to write generalized code yet internally making use of native capabilities.
I'm not sure how familiar you are with them -- I'm definitely pretty new to all of this myself -- but would you have any thoughts on to what extend things like that might fit in to potentially ease the pains you've had to go through?

tycho01 commented Jan 12, 2016

Hey, wanted to comment on the pokedex.org post but didn't seem it allowed comments. I'm pretty impressed by the results, and learned loads just checking out the different technologies used. P.S., I'm seeing some more React-inspired Angular 2 at the NgRx Github; looks pretty exciting.
Actually having to go through what you did to achieve something similar seems pretty daunting though -- the amount of apparent boilerplate seems significant. I'm also getting the impression that projects like NativeScript are trying to tackle similar problems in terms of allowing devs to write generalized code yet internally making use of native capabilities.
I'm not sure how familiar you are with them -- I'm definitely pretty new to all of this myself -- but would you have any thoughts on to what extend things like that might fit in to potentially ease the pains you've had to go through?

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EuAndreh Jan 24, 2016

Thanks for the list =]

EuAndreh commented Jan 24, 2016

Thanks for the list =]

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cablegunmaster Mar 29, 2016

Thanks for this list +1! :).

cablegunmaster commented Mar 29, 2016

Thanks for this list +1! :).

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kkemple Apr 29, 2016

Excellent work on pokedex.org, thanks for that write up as well as this list! Much appreciated!

kkemple commented Apr 29, 2016

Excellent work on pokedex.org, thanks for that write up as well as this list! Much appreciated!

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sericaia May 9, 2016

Great! Thanks :)

sericaia commented May 9, 2016

Great! Thanks :)

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nie-xin Aug 19, 2016

Great readings! Any update?

nie-xin commented Aug 19, 2016

Great readings! Any update?

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