Charles Max Wood
Kent C. Dodds
Tara Z. Manicsic
Mani has summarized hundreds of business books that outline how to build, grow, and operate a business and he shares his expertise with Chuck and the listeners in this special episode.
Atila Fassina joins the Round Up to discuss how he got into Next and what he's doing with it now. The panel dives into the ins and outs of what you can do with Next and some advanced uses for the framework.
Jack Franklin joins the Round Up from Google who wrote a side project using both React and Svelte. He breaks down the differences between the two frameworks and what he likes about each. In many ways, Svelte gets out of your way and is a lot of fun to use. However, React does give you some features that make development very nice.
Giuseppe Gurgone joins the round up to discuss React Native for Web and how you can build one application with React Native and deploy it to the web and mobile.
Mani provides us with strategies and tactics to get Deep Work time and how to get our minds into that focused state for hours at a time. He has read hundreds of books that have taught him the secrets to getting more done by getting into this state.
Chris Frewin joins the round up to discuss the project he worked on for a month and re-organized the code to bring it up to the state of the art. He discusses how to bring in TypeScript and the process for bringing TypeScript's and React's newer features into the application one step at a time.
Tania Rascia joins the round up to discuss how to organize your code across files, directories, components, and repos within your React app. The panel chimes in with what they've seen and clarify how these approaches effect the overall application functionality of your app.
The panel puts their heads together to discuss the different skills and areas of interest they would like to spend time learning or would recommend that you spend time on this year as the holidays approach.
This week, our very own host Paige Niedringhaus leads the discussion about modernizing enterprise React applications - inspired by a course she's just released on that very subject. Over the course of the episode everyone shares tips, tricks, strategies and war stories when it comes to the struggle most developers will face at some point in their careers of keeping large React applications up to date.
Yann Braga is the maintainer of Storybook. He talks about Storybook, how it's used, new features the team is working on, and what it's like to be part of the core team actively maintaining an open source system like Storybook that is widely used to build UI systems in isolation and allow teams to see how components are used.
This week the panel discusses several Do's and Don't's for your React Apps that are lessons they've learned building React applications over the years.
Charles Max Wood from Top End Devs joins the round up to discuss his strategies and tactics to get the career you want by keeping current on technologies and learning new things. He explains how to determine what you want in your career. Going and building things, and continuing your learning journey.
Travis Waith-Mair joins the round up to discuss how to compose layouts in React and the bedrock tools and principles that build up good layouts in React.
Eric Simons joins the round up to discuss the latest advancements made by StackBlitz that enables you to run NodeJS in the browser. Eric expands that to the work they've done with the NextJS team to run NextJS in the browser without the need to have a server in the background.
Victory Dumebi Nwani joins the round up to discuss integrating the Dialogflow from Google Cloud into your application to manage voice and chat capabilities for your application. Victory dives into the stack he used to put together a functioning app using that offering from Google.
This week the panelists dive into their work backgrounds and discuss the ins and outs of working at small and large companies. They aim specifically at whether one is better than the other for building a career.
Florian Rappl joins the Round Up to discuss React internals and how to make sense of how React works. He leads the panel through the process of understanding what React is doing when you write your JSX. He also deviates into Microframeworks a bit.
Evyatar Alush joins the Round Up to discuss Vest, a form validation library that handles form validation library in a manner similar to the way that a testing library looks.
Ian Lavery joins the Round Up to discuss how to add Voice Recognition to your React applications without adding heavyweight cloud solutions from the big cloud providers.
Youssouf EL Azizi joins the round up to talk about the best React Native libraries that allow you to leverage the native features of the platforms you run on.
Chris Laughlin joins the round up to discuss how to use the WebKit Speech Recognition API to interact with your react applications. This opens up a wide range of capabilities for web and React applications.
In today's episode, we talk about state management, dependency injection, react hooks, API access best practices and more with Tommy Groshong a React UI architect.
React Hook Form is a terrific way to manage state in, from, and through, your forms in React. Since React itself doesn't give you much to manage forms, React Hook Form steps into the gap to help you manage your forms and provide features and functionality to your forms.
Let's dive deep into the pros and cons of Utility First CSS and Tailwind CSS in particular as Jack plays defense and Paige and TJ play devils advocates. Let's see who comes out on top and give you some insights into whether or not Tailwind CSS is the right choice for your next project.