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In this episode we discuss NoRedInk's experience using Elm in production, the combined power of functional programming and static type systems, building a language for the long term, and the difficulty of explaining the benefits of purely functional languages to developers who have never experienced them.Lindsay Wardell Home Page Twitter LinkedIn Elm Home Page Twitter Discourse Slack News NoRedInk Home Page Twitter LinksFrom Rails to Elm and Haskell
In this episode we discuss building excellent user experiencers without embarrassment inducing code, the definition of a "center-stack framework," whether the technical benefits of partial hydration actually lead to better UX, and that time Kent almost died.Kent C. Dodds Home Page Twitter GitHub YouTube Remix Home Page Twitter GitHub YouTube Discord Links How I built a modern website in 2021 React Server Components and Remix Next.js Commerce Remix vs Next.js Remix vs. Next: Which React Meta-Framework Should You Use? Web Fetch API Remix v1
In this episode we discuss server side rendering on the edge, the challenges of headless e-commerce, and designing a framework specifically for Shopify storefronts.Josh Larson Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Home Page Hydrogen Home Page GitHub Documentation Stackblitz Links Flareact Hydrogen and Shopify Oxygen Deploy a Hydrogen App Shopify Storefront API GraphiQL Explorer
In this episode we discuss the shortcomings of developer tools in web browsers, VS Code versus WebStorm, GraphQL hypocrisy, and the differences between RedwoodJS and Blitz.js.Kitze Twitter GitHub YouTube Twitch Home Page Sizzy Home Page Twitter Links Fleet But... You're Not Facebook Glink
In this episode we discuss building a better developer experience for managing AWS resources, designing an infrastructure as code language, the new Blitz.js toolkit, and how to make your users badass developers.Brandon Bayer Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Mina Abadir Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Flightcontrol Home Page Twitter Discord Links FSJam Roundtable with Chris Ball, Brandon Bayer, and (the) David Price AWS Fargate Amazon CloudFront Amazon RDS PlanetScale A First Look at Flightcontrol
In this episode we discuss developer experience engineering, the growing influence of Rust on web development, building Discord bots, and what programming streamers can learn from gaming streamers.Prince Wilson Home Page Twitter Twitch GitHub Netlify Home Page Twitter GitHub Links Next-generation Deploy Previews, plus Netlify acquires FeaturePeek Netlify Acquires OneGraph, A Powerful GraphQL Platform for Connecting APIs and Services Netlify Jamstack Innovation Fund 1Password is all in on its web stack Rust in Production: 1Password Using Rust to Scale Elixir for 11 million Concurrent Users
In this episode we discuss the history, development, and future of RedwoodJS.Editor's Note: This episode was recorded over a year ago and kept in the vault because the audio is somewhat degraded relative to the average FSJam episode. But we are releasing it regardless because we believe the conversation is worthwhile for listeners that can tolerate the rougher sound quality.Peter Pistorius Twitter GitHub RedwoodJSHome Page
In this episode we discuss managing personally identifiable information, simplifying local database testing, and developing in cloud environments.Peter Pistorius Twitter GitHub Snaplet Home Page Twitter GitHub Documentation Jobs LinksClone your Supabase production data to a development environment
In this episode we discuss compiler engineering, whether JavaScript will ever incorporate a native type system, and why TypeScript will never have zero configuration. Orta Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Home Page TypeScript Home Page Twitter GitHub Links Cosmiconfig TSConfig Bases Dancing Landscapes Danger JS CocoaPods
In this episode we discuss when CSS became modern, if PostCSS can replace the enduring Sass, the new capabilities enabled by Eleventy Serverless, and the value of online streaming.Stephanie Eckles Twitter GitHub Codepen Blog Twitch Modern CSS Home Page Links CSS Cascade Layers When CSS Isn’t Enough: JavaScript Requirements For Accessible Components Modern CSS: Grid, Aspect Ratio, Container Queries, and More! Word Wrap - Eleventy and the Rise of Static 11ty Rocks A First Look at Eleventy Serverless, with Zach Leatherman 11ty Serverless Search
In this episode we discuss deploying containers to the edge, microVMs, Twelve Factor Apps, Cloud Native Buildpacks, and WireGuard.Rugwiro Valentin Twitter GitHub Home Page Fly Home Page Twitter GitHub Links App Configuration with fly.toml flyctl Volumes on Fly The Twelve-Factor App Cloud Native Buildpacks Tokio WireGuard: Next Generation Kernel Network Tunnel WireGuard Go ngrok Dockerize RedwoodJS with Fly
In this Podrocket crossover episode, we discuss the motivation behind the creation of Everfund, the technologies the company has built upon, the process of migrating from a previous tech stack, and advice for other potential founders looking to start a company.Christopher Burns Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Everfund Home Page Blog Twitter GitHub LinkedIn
In this episode we discuss the relation between progressive enhancement and partial hydration, appropriate use cases for the islands architecture, and the rediscovery of multi-page applications.Dylan Piercey Twitter GitHub Marko Home Page Twitter GitHub Discord Links What is Partial Hydration and Why is Everyone Talking About It? Async Fragments: Rediscovering Progressive HTML Rendering with Marko The Future of Marko Maybe you don’t need that SPA A First Look at MarkoJS
In this episode we discuss the limitations of CSS animations, techniques for animating SVGs, and building animation centric websites without JavaScript frameworks.Cassie Evans Home Page Twitter LinkedIn Greensock Home Page GSAP Twitter LinkedIn GitHub Links Codebar Banner Ads AnimationTimeline CSS Transforms WebGL Canvas three.js GSAP + React, First Steps & Handy Techniques GSAP + React, Advanced Animation Techniques Framer Motion React Motion Building an Animated Castle Builder w/ Cassie Evans Chattin' GSAP Helper Functions w/ Cassie Evans FLIP Animations with GSAP! w/ Cassie Evans GreenSock Community Questions with Cassie Evans
In this episode we discuss the challenges of local development and the unique benefits of developing in the cloud. Mike Nikles Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Home Page Gitpod Home Page Twitter GitHub Webstone GitHub Discord Links Theia A Better GitHub Flow Run RedwoodJS on Gitpod Why I Left Google and Joined Gitpod GitHub Codespaces OpenVSCode Server VS Code in the browser for everyone Config Gitpod File Open VSX Registry Gitpod Local Companion Gitpod Example Projects Gitpod Languages & Frameworks Cloud Native Web Development SvelteKit & Prisma
In this episode we discuss the superiority of SQL for query expressibility in comparison to HTTP and the benefits of having all your data centralized in one location for analysis.Anthony Accomazzo Twitter GitHub Home Page Eric GoldmanTwitterSequin Home Page Blog Twitter LinkedIn
In this episode we discuss the ubiquity of feature toggles, implementing features by user categorizations instead of individual users, and utilizing third party authentication to create a Jamstack native solution for feature flags. Jake Ginnivan Twitter GitHub Blog FeatureBoard Home Page Twitter Why FeatureBoard? Releasing FeatureBoard’s marketing site, using FeatureBoard Understanding and improving Emotion 10’s TypeScript types Using TypeScript project references in NX Breaking down TypeScript project references
In this episode we discuss leveraging existing non-technical skills as a developer, creating a safe space for questions on live streams, creative coding, and balancing the needs of developers and content editors with a headless CMS.Alex Trost Twitter Twitch GitHub Frontend Horse Home Page Frontend Horse Twitter Frontend Horse Discord Prismic Home Page Twitter Twitch YouTube GitHub Slice Machine
In this episode we discuss the battle over CSS purity, Styled Components versus Emotion, and how to form a mental model around styling by using patterns for common layouts instead of technology.Travis Waith-Mair Twitter GitHub Home Page Bedrock Layout Home Page GitHub Links Composing Layouts in React React Round Up - Composing Layouts for React
In this episode we discuss the definition of reactive programming, the benefits of building a new framework on JSX, the usefulness of benchmarks, and the reckoning of single-page apps versus multi-page apps.Ryan Carniato Twitter GitHub Blog Solid Twitter GitHub Home Page Links SolidJS with Ryan Carniato Finding Fine-Grained Reactive Programming Marko Qwik
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