superstructor 2021-02-24T12:34:38.006100Z

re-frame 1.2.0 and re-frame-10x 1.0.0 have been released with reagent 1.0.0 and React 17 support. Also check out the new re-com 2.13.2 with substantially improved debugging and v-table components.

Ronny Li 2021-02-24T12:58:14.006200Z

Thank you! I started going the interceptor route but it occurred to me that auto-generating Segment events might not be a good idea (even though it sounds cool). As soon as you start tracking an event you typically don't want to rename any of the properties otherwise you end up invalidating old data and making life difficult for your analysts. If I use an interceptor to auto-generate events I would shackle my developers, preventing them from re-organizing and renaming data as they see fit. IMO it's better to just manually specify the Segment event so it's explicit exactly what is getting sent to Segment.

Ronny Li 2021-02-24T14:45:03.007300Z

Thank you! I remember re-com used to have a big warning saying that the components were only tested on Chrome. Is that no longer the case?

superstructor 2021-02-24T22:01:10.008500Z

It is only tested in Chrome. However it is using nothing Chrome-specific that I am aware of and in the modern browser landscape practically I'd be surprised if it doesnt work everywhere. MS Edge is just Chrome under the hood these days, Firefox is as good as Chrome in everything that matters and Safari probably supports all the same features so...