• Peter_ArbeitslosOP
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      2 months ago

      The code file has 32.171 lines, at least after beautifing it. 1MB fucking js code.

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        And this is why I hate all web development and the fact that most jobs are web bs these days. Everything has so much crud baked in and including twelve modules with a million functions just to do anything is the norm.

        Giving my back my beautiful optimized assembly dangit.

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          We have to work under the assumption that most development is done by inexperienced or, to put it bluntly, bad programmers. I would MUCH rather have bad JS code than bad assembly. One may crash a single tab in my browser, the other may crash my entire computer.

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            2 months ago

            Unless you’re using js in your hardware drivers it’s very unlikely to bring down the entire computer

            But with the state of software development maybe you are /o\

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              2 months ago

              Dude what? The other guy implied that bad JS would kill a browser tab, not your computer.

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          2 months ago

          Me: Can I have (small template parser)?

          Stackoverflow: No, we have (small template parser) at home.

          Small template parser at home: Full-stack web framework