In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about peer dependencies, Vitest, NVM and PNPM, using sprites for images, common MongoDB operations, and more!Prismic - Sponsor
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- 00:03 Welcome
- 01:53 Configuring home internet routers
- 04:42 Scott’s Home Assistant update
- Mushroom Theme
- 07:52 Could you explain to me peer-dependencies and how does it work?
- 13:24 Using Vitest do you still have to transpile code?
- 16:14 Can you talk about helpful and common MongoDB operations, beyond just CRUD.
- 18:49 How can I update the “updatedAt” field of the document on every save automatically?
- 20:40 What is aggregation, and when do you use it?
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- 27:27 How does NVM relate to PNPM?
- 33:53 Is it possible to have a private NPM repo I can “npm install” from, or do I put my components up on NPM publicly?
- Creating a private npm package
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- 39:14 Should a majority of lodash functions be considered deprecated?
- angus c just
- 42:36 Please do an episode on programming/learning with ADHD.
- 44:04 Should I still be putting images in sprites?
- 49:20 Does Mux have a simple mechanism for adding auth to each video or group of videos?
- Mux Create playback restriction
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- 55:02 Is there copyright issues with using public APIs?
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