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RRU 124: What's New in React with Shawn Wang
In this episode of React Round Up, we talked with Shawn Wang, a prolific React author, speaker and teacher, about the future of React. We discussed what’s new in React Core, the React routing world, React DevTools (webpack, rollup, parcel, etc), CSS, and a whole lot more.
RRU 123: React Query, React Table, the TanStack and More with Tanner Linsley
In this episode of React Round Up, Tanner Linsley, co-founder of startup Nozzle.io, and most known lately for his OSS project React Query, joins the panel today to discuss how he was inspired to create React Query to simplify data-fetching and state management in React applications.
RRU 122: Error Reporting and Bug Monitoring with James Smith
In this episode of React Round Up we chatted with James Smith from Bugsnag. We talked about the importance of error monitoring and reporting, and how to actually implement those workflows in your production apps. James shared a number of tips for React developers, like what are the most common errors and how you can help prevent them (hint: linters help a lot). We also got into mobile, and what developers can do to protect against third-party SDK errors.
RRU 121: DeFi-ing Expectations in React with Alex Thomas
In this episode of React Round Up, we talk with Alex Thomas, an open source enthusiast with hundreds of npm packages to his name. We talk about moving from React Native to React, and Alex’s prolific work in the open source world. We also chat about Ethereum, and Alex’s background in the decentralized finance world..
RRU 120: Building An Internal Component Library With Dana Yudelevich
In this episode of React Round Up, Dana Yudelevich shares her experiences of building internal component libraries. Dana explains in detail how she has built components in her previous jobs and the challenges she has faced in maintaining them. She also talks about how you can stand out at your current job by setting goals for yourself and becoming a “do-veloper”
RRU 119: Building Web and Mobile Apps with Ely Lucas
RRU 118: Creating Live Trippy Visuals with WebGL and Web Audio with Alex Kempton
In this episode of React Round Up, Alex Kempton joins us to talk about Hedron, a tool he built for enhancing live audio shows with cool visuals. We chat about MIDI, WebGL and web audio, and how Alex wrapped those all up into an app he uses for live performances.
RRU 117: Making Frontend Developers Fullstack with Prisma with Nikolas Burk
In this special episode of React Round Up, guest Nikolas Burk delves into the Prisma database and why it’s worth checking out.
RRU 116: Building a Meet.up Competitor and Teaching React with Chris Achard
When meetup.com announced last year that it wanted to charge users $2 for using the platform, a number of users expressed their strong opposition to the proposal. Developer Chris Achard was one of them and he built meetingplace.io in response to users who were looking for alternatives. In today’s episode, Chris, who is also an egghead.io instructor, explains how he built an MVP in a week using Ruby, React and other technologies. He also shares his tips on how to find consulting jobs and teach others online.
RRU 115: Frontend Application Bundles with Glen Maddern
In this episode of React Round Up, Glen Maddern joins us to talk about a new tool he’s been working on called Frontend Application Bundles, or FABs. We chat about how FABs allow you to write server-side logic in a vendor-agnostic way, as well as some of the other interesting problems FABs solve.
RRU 114: Decentralized React: ThreadsDB, IPFS, Filecoin with Carson Farmer
In this episode of React Round Up, Carson Farmer joins us to talk about the decentralized web. We discuss what the decentralized web actually is, and some interesting new way the web could work.
RRU 113: Typed Functional Programming in TypeScript with fp-ts with Robin Pokorny
Functional programming can be tricky to start with, especially in TypeScript aps. In today’s show, Robin Pokorny shares tips on how to start with functional programming, and how you can integrate functional programming into the apps you’re building today. He also shares tips on libraries to help make functional programming with TypeScript easier, including fp-ts.
RRU 112: From Pulling Teeth to Pull Requests with Meghna Srivastava