Bit: Paving the Way for Component Management - JSJ 610
Gilad Shoham is a developer and open-source leader at Bit. They explore the latest trends and insights in the world of development and technology. The conversation also delves into the complexities of managing and sharing software components, detailing the challenges and potential solutions, and exploring innovative ways to manage components and share code.
Next-Level Web Performance with Patrick Meenan - JSJ 608
Patrick Meenan works at Google Chrome. They explore the latest techniques in web performance and optimization. They dive deep into the world of asset compression and delivery optimization. They also explore the challenges and considerations when it comes to bundling, caching, delta updates, and many more!
How To Recession Proof Your Job - BONUS
Are you looking at all the layoffs and uncertainty going on and wondering if your company is the next to cut back?
RPC Resurgence: From Client-Server Applications to Next.js and Meta Frameworks - JSJ 607
Mastering ORM with TypeScript - JSJ 606
Lars-Erik Roald is a software developer at Systor. He shares his insights and experiences in creating ORM and the evolution of the technology. They dive into the world of ORMs, TypeScript, and a variety of programming and personal ventures. From discussions about the challenges and advantages of ORMs and navigating the complexities of TypeScript to lighthearted banter about swimming, triathlon training, and even some dad jokes
TypeScript, ESLint, and TypeScript ESLint with Josh Goldberg - JSJ 605
Josh Goldberg is a full-time open-source developer. He begins by sharing his developer experience and what he is currently working on. He joins the show to talk about "TypeScript, ESLint, and TypeScript ESLint". He dives into what this is all about, how these projects work, how they relate to each other, and much more.
What has Changed with htmx 2.0 with Carson Gross - JSJ 604
Carson Gross returns to the show to talk about htmx 2.0. He begins by explaining what's new with htmx, its interesting features, the services it offers to its users, misconceptions about it, and many more! Moreover, he talks about his book, "Hypermedia Systems," and discusses what it is about.
Vitor Alencar is a technical lead, speaker, and creator. He joins the show to talk about module federation, its benefits, and how it works. Additionally, they dive into an insightful discussion on micro-front ends, the exciting evolution of front-end development, simplifying the adoption of new frameworks, and much more!
View Transitions API with Noam Rosenthal - JSJ 602
Noam Rosenthal is a Web platform engineer. They dive into the importance of standards in API behavior for browsers. Noam shares insights on the need for consistency in implementing standards across different programming languages and developers. They also discuss the balancing act between working on standards and collaborating with developers inside and outside of Google. Additionally, they cover some interesting topics like the fascination with the "bun" technology, the challenges of implementing transitions in web development, and the impact of licensing changes on open-source projects.
Accessibility in Component Libraries with Maya Shavin - JSJ 601
Maya Shavin is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft. She joins the show to talk about accessibility in component libraries for developers. They talk about choosing component libraries when creating projects, the current state of component libraries, determining good accessibility levels, and many more!
Unraveling the CSS Revolution, Podcast Growth Tactics, and More - JSJ 600
Robbie Wagner and Charles Carpenter from "Whiskey Web and Whatnot" join this week's episode, featuring some exciting updates in the world of web development. CSS enthusiasts will be thrilled to hear about the introduction of container queries and anchor positioning, which offer new possibilities for dynamic and responsive layouts. They also dive into the latest trends in podcasting, including the power of live streaming and the growing importance of video content.
Redwood JS in Action with Tom Preston-Werner - JSJ 599
Exploring the True Measure of User Experience: Core Web Vitals & Beyond - JSJ 598
Barry Pollard is the Web Performance Developer Advocate on Google Chrome. They dive into the world of website performance metrics and the complexities surrounding them. From the confusion around reliability to the impact of front-end optimization, they explore it all. They discuss the importance of Core Web Vitals, the influence of user location and device speed, and the challenges in presenting aggregated information about website performance. They also touch on the ongoing debate between front-end and back-end optimization, as well as the current state of website scores and metrics.
Evyatar Alush is a Frontend Engineer at Meta. He joins the show to talk about Vest. It is a declarative validation framework. He begins by explaining Vest, how it works, its features, what it can offer to the users, the future of validations on the web, and many more!