#introduction time! I'm Oskar, and I spend most of my time online talking and writing about #programming, including but not limited to #Haskell and #FP, #testing, #architecture, #FOSS, #Linux, and #web. I have a blog at https://wickstrom.tech and I produce screencasts at https://haskell-at-work.com when there's time.
See you around!
Nix, Cachix and GitHub Actions. I just switched to this setup and it's looking very good.
Thanks @firstname.lastname@example.org !
I'm using http://WebCheck.tools to test some utilities built by the Swedish tax agency. Tax calculators and such.
I do wonder why they are loading shaders...
In WebCheck's case, it's to verify that DOM queries do not depend on the results of other DOM queries. You may branch on the results of queries, but the queries themselves need to be statically known.
They could very well be represented explicitly, as WebCheck uses and extended PureScript language, but I don't want to add the extra noise for users. It's only used for a single construct.
Our lovely baby is of course the best companion. 😍 Weirdly enough, he keeps me more focused overall. 🤔
🎉 We made it, 100 readers! 🥳
Next goal: 200 readers! ☺️
The TodoMVC Showdown: Testing with WebCheck
jQuery made it through!
The TodoMVC specification party with http://webcheck.tools continues. It's not looking good for the Vanilla JS or DUEL implementations this time.
My dream goal for http://webcheck.tools: that it becomes "the @email@example.com for webapps"
Really looking forward to building in nemeses, such as intercepting requests, slowing them down or cutting the connection, messing about with clearing the browser-stored state, cookies, etc.
Swede hacking on open-source software and playing guitar.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!