A weekly podcast where we tackle the challenges facing Web developers today and invite expert guests on the show to share their experience solving concrete problems while building real Web applications.
Recording date: 2019-09-12
John Papa @John_Papa
Ward Bell @WardBell
Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin
- 02:12 Guest introduction
- 04:16 Why are people leaning towards Typescript?
- 09:41 Sponsor: Ag Grid
- 11:03 What kinds of usage are you seeing?
- 25:28 What are the real value of functions?
- 28:18 Sponsor: Nrwl
- 28:56 How do you run Typescript with node?
- 34:00 What else is being worked on?
- 37:09 Final thoughts
Nicole Oliver returns to talk with us about styling modern applications, the difference between pre and post-processors, Flexbox vs Grid, and rollerblading.
Colby Tresness helps educate us on Serverless, where functions fit in, and examples of uses for Serverless.
Katie Hempenius talks with Ward and John about web performance, lazy loading, code splitting, tti, and the difference between latency and bandwidth.
Niall Crosby talks with us about why he built Ag Grid, how he dealt with various issues when releasing open source software, and tips for anyone else thinking of writing their own frameworks or projects.
How do you know when it's time to automate tasks? And what are the costs involved? Craig Shoemaker is on this episode to talk about automation with John and Dan.
Amir Rustamzadeh talks with John Papa about the difference between unit, integration, and end to end tests, the value of testing, and where to get started with Cypress.
John and Dan talk about various ways to host your web app from simple FTP uploading to Docker and other modern technologies.
Sherry List joins John and Ward to talk about whether web components will replace frameworks and also offers some suggestions of ways to help with non-profits.
Kapunahale Wong is a developer and doc writer for Angular. We talk wtih her about what goes into writing docs, how can people help out, and tips for evaulating your own project's docs.