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<a href="https://tylermcginnis.com/async-javascript-from-callbacks-to-promises-to-async-await/">https://tylermcginnis.com/async-javascript-from-callbacks-to-promises-to-async-await/</a> <br><br>This was a useful explanation of asynchronous code in <a href="/tags/JavaScript" class="hashtag" title="JavaScript tag">#JavaScript</a> . I've never seen much use for async/await since they're wrappers around Promises, but the explanation about passing data though a Promise chain made it click for me.<br><br> <a href="/tags/development" class="hashtag" title="development tag">#development</a> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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Wow. The <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> team is killing it. I just ran cargo clippy and it issued a bunch of warnings for my code and explained exactly how to fix them. Apparently, there's also cargo fix which will apply most of those fixes automatically. The clippy tool is a great way for beginners to learn Rust, since it has pretty clear explanations. It's also nice to see that most of the warnings are from the the beginning of the project and I've learned better since then.

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Reply To https://bitsofco.de/chrome-dev-summit-2018/

Some interesting topics at the <a href="/tags/ChromeDevSummit" class="hashtag" title="ChromeDevSummit tag">#ChromeDevSummit</a> 2018. Portals sounds like an interesting concept. Animating page transitions is definitely something that could make <a href="/tags/webapps" class="hashtag" title="webapps tag">#webapps</a> even cooler.<br><br> <a href="/tags/webdev" class="hashtag" title="webdev tag">#webdev</a>

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🎉 <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> has likes/boosts now. Eventually, I want to fetch the h-card of the target and display that on my post, but for now it just shows the link.

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Right now, <a href="/tags/Booth" class="hashtag" title="Booth tag">#Booth</a> uses regular expressions to find hashtags and links. I'm working on a parser that uses a <a href="/tags/Rust" class="hashtag" title="Rust tag">#Rust</a> crate called <a href="/tags/Pest" class="hashtag" title="Pest tag">#Pest</a> that should be a lot cleaner and easier to extend.

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