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    Default Answered: Why are xtypes and events not using camelCase names?

    Answered: Why are xtypes and events not using camelCase names?


    Is it bad if I name my own events in my own app camelCase?

    maxHeightChange is easier to read than maxheightchange, just a minor annoyance

  2. no. it doesn't follow the current standard, but it's not bad.

    Sometimes, i split xtypes by _'s. events, i typically use camel case.

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    no. it doesn't follow the current standard, but it's not bad.

    Sometimes, i split xtypes by _'s. events, i typically use camel case.

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