It's even worse than it appears.
I think I've got persists wrapped up pretty well. Here's the readme. There's a simple app, and I walk through it explaining what it does. And a more complex app. Finally solved the puzzle, how to get object database-like persistence using native JavaScript objects, using JavaScript object syntax. The key idea is that the objects are shared between the levels. One level takes care of persistence, the higher level keeps track of its data and doesn't care how it persists. I've been pestering friends about this for years. Allen WB said look at proxies. It took a few years, but I got there. #
Do you have comments or questions about persist? #
Jon Udell on coding an outliners. There is a reason to go for a full outliner, because without the ability to organize code, you can't deal with the complexity of ridiculously nested code as happens with Callback Hell in JavaScript. It's hell for some, but because I code in an outliner, it's heaven for me. #
Bojack Horseman is one of the best TV shows ever. Listen to this interview with the creator and showrunner for an idea why it's so good.#
Dr Strangelove: The Doomsday Machine. #

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