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Learning by copy-paste

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Sam and Ryan use some recent Twitter discussion on copying + pasting code (instead of abstracting it for reuse) as a springboard for a discussion about how their thinking on low-level UI components and design systems has changed over the years.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:16 - Copy-paste vs. creating abstractions
  • 11:43 - How we used to build shared UI components
  • 15:34 - How we use UI components today
  • 22:42 - Is copy-paste the easiest way for developers to implement consistent design?
  • 27:41 - When should we create abstractions?
  • 37:15 - Designing copy-pasteable APIs

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Sam and Ryan use some recent Twitter discussion on copying + pasting code (instead of abstracting it for reuse) as a springboard for a discussion about how their thinking on low-level UI components and design systems has changed over the years.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:16 - Copy-paste vs. creating abstractions
  • 11:43 - How we used to build shared UI components
  • 15:34 - How we use UI components today
  • 22:42 - Is copy-paste the easiest way for developers to implement consistent design?
  • 27:41 - When should we create abstractions?
  • 37:15 - Designing copy-pasteable APIs

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