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Nov 26th, 2018
Hasty Treat - Should you install a dependency or roll your own?👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about installing dependencies vs rolling your own - the advantages and disadvantages, and how to know when to do either.
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2:15 - Reasons To roll your own
- Learning Experience
- Add your own features
- Lightweight - only use what you need
8:08 - Reasons not to roll your own
- Battle Tested
- Actually Tested
11:27 - Fork
- Something needs extra features
- Upstream your changes
13:10 - Some Examples
- Fetch + function vs Axios
- Date functions vs Stack Overflow copy/paste
- Lodash vs your own - try it with map/reduce/filter first, but lots of cases need Lodash