SAM BECKER


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Sometimes my PT holds a stretch for a long time in order to create a lasting release. Can I hold these stretches for a long time? Are there risks in that?
The approach for managing multiple Firebase environments on an iOS app from this incredible article worked for me from sometime last year up until this morning and now cryptically fails. Has anyone else experienced that? https://t.co/Y1iJ9deR37 @milner_tyler
@AskDoctorJo Thank you so much for getting back to me, and for sharing these exercises in the first place!
@AskDoctorJo did these incredible TMJ stretches which allowed my teeth to meet for the first time in a week https://t.co/u0gayJsx5F what does it mean if my bite regresses 10 minutes later? Am I on the wrong track or I should keep at it? How many times/day should I do these?
@sachinpc Agreed. I think I was passing a reference to useReducer state and dispatch to components via contexts. I didn’t measure but it seemed less performant than redux and definitely more unwieldy!
UPDATE figured out the second part—just needed to set “strict” to `true` in tsconfig.json. Still trying get hooks linting going. I think the rule was called exhaustive-deps?
Also, TypeScript optional types don't seem to get inferred correctly out of the box (or at least using VSCode). If I have a variable declared as `variable?: string` or `variable: string | undefined` it's later hinted as a non-optional `string`. Am I doing something wrong?
💯 createSlice + TS support made redux essential for me. Experimented for a bit with vanilla useReducer via contexts and very much regretted it. https://t.co/i1e1HcOe66
What's the simplest way to view hook dependency warnings in a nextjs app? As far as I can tell you don't get the default warnings you would expect from create-react-app.

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