Charles Max Wood
In this episode we have special guest Cody Bontecou, a senior full-stack engineer at Dept in Amsterdam. Working remotely from Hawaii, he enjoys primarily writing in VUE 3, but is using VUE 2 for his current projects. The primary focus of today’s discussion is to discuss his blog article Convert a React Component to Vue.js. We talk through his experience converting a timeline component, and in doing so compare the differences between React and a VUE.
This week Steve and first-time host Drew Baker talk with Daniel Roe about the new features of Nuxt 3 which has just been released in Beta. We dive into discussions on topics such as the new page-routing syntax, the nitro server, unstorage, zero-config, svg’s, and composables.
In today’s episode we talk with Drew Baker, the technical director at Funkhaus, a digital agency specializing in web development, branding, identity and full content programming.
In this episode, we talk with special guest Samuel Adewole. He is a front end engineer at Jagaad in Italy, working in design & development of cloud-based applications, mobile apps and scalable products. We discuss his work with building re-usable components with Vue 3. He walks through step by step, giving insight to the process and pieces of his work.
Erik Hanchett is a prominent voice in the VueJs community with his popular Program With Erik YouTube channel, courses, and other resources. Erik now works as a developer at Amazon Web Services, so today Erik talks about how Vue is used at AWS in the Amplify UI tools. He goes over what Amplify is, how it helps developers easily create and configure AWS resources for their websites, and the Amplify UI components he works on that developers can use to create their front end and talk to the back end.
Steve talks with Anomal Soman about Keycloak, an open source tool for handling authentication and authorization in web apps. They discuss the various installation and environment options for running Keycloak, how to set it up and configure it, the various options in setting up users and roles, and how to easily integrate it with Nuxt.
Lindsay and Steve get to talk with Matias Capaletto (also known as Patak) about the explosive growth of the Vite ecosystem. They talk about how he got into Vite, and the work that’s gone into making it such a compelling ecosystem for a number of frameworks. They also discuss the origins of Vitest, the first-class test runner for Vite, and Matias’ recent hire by Stackblitz to work full time on Vite.
Lindsay and Steve talk with Subha Chanda, freelance developer, about a number of topics related to building and managing your own sites. They discuss Subha’s work as a writer, and his work writing for LogRocket (and others), focusing on his article on using ImageKit and Vue. They also discuss the current state of using Nuxt, integrating with a CMS, and what tools Subha reaches for when doing freelance work.
Lindsay and Steve talk with Alvaro Saburido about TroisJS, the ThreeJS wrapper for Vue. They talk about Alvaro’s work with Vue at work and creating public content, and then dive into what Three.js is, what it does, and why it’s so exciting.
Steve talks with Alex Jover, a developer relations with Storyblok, and the owner of Vue Dose. They cover his history in programming, starting with Backbone.js and jQuery, and how he got into Vue, and also his history of involvement in the Vue community as a Vue Community member,Google GDE, which all lead to his current position at Storyblok. And as always, Steve wraps up the episode with his favorite dad jokes.
Steve and Josh discuss Josh’s blog post that compares and contrasts Svelte, Vue, and React. They also talk about Josh’s new game Quina, which is a Wordle clone with a few twists and is built with Nuxt. Josh also displays the influence of Steve’s dad joke juggernaut by bringing his own dad jokes for picks.
Lindsay and Steve talk with Markus about his project, “Writing Good Tests for Vue Applications.” They discuss how Markus got into programming with PHP, and then later moved into Vue development, as well as how he got into testing. Markus explains how testing “clicked” for him, and that he felt there weren’t enough good resources on writing Vue tests. They then dive into testing with Vue, including component testing, integration testing, and some key concepts for how to write tests.
2022 is here to stay, but do you know what tech will? In this episode, Lindsay and Steve run through their top tech choices for this upcoming year. They agree on why Vite is here to stay, Lindsay’s favorite Vite features that’ll change the game, and tech that you NEED to watch closely this year.
Lindsay talks with John Lim about Progressive Web Apps - what they are, and how to utilize them in a Vue application. They talk about John’s work in the construction industry with Vue, and how he started working with Vue applications and writing articles at Vue Mastery. They then dive into PWAs, how best to implement one, and what drawbacks exist in the ecosystem today. They also discuss using Firebase with PWAs for real-time features like notifications.
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.
Steve talks to David Chuka, a developer from Nigeria, about his recent blog post for Vue Mastery that covers the new features that are currently available in the beta version of Nuxt 3 that was recently released. In addition, David brings the dad jokes to add to Steve’s amazing dad joke repertiore, and they talk about a great place to get web animations for those that need them.
Lindsay and Luke discuss their recent projects to build new NPM packages, and the approaches that they use. Luke dives into building authentication composables for Laravel, Firebase, and others, while Lindsay explores the Elm programming language and how to build interoperability with Vue. They also discuss which tools they’re building, what their process looks like, and how to test a library in 2021.
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.
Lindsay and Steve sit down with Andrew Courtice, head of front-end engineering at Fathom, do discuss his global state management library Harlem. They talk about how Andrew got started in programming during university, and his move from building desktop applications to the web, as well as his initial start with Vue before it reached 1.0. They then discuss Harlem: what it is, how it works, and what problems it solves. They also discuss the state of global state management in the Vue ecosystem, and how to get started building your own library for Vue (including devtool integration!)
Lindsay and Steve talk with Máximo Mussini, avid Vite user and plugin creator, about his recent work on Îles, a new static site generation framework built on Vite and Vue. They discuss Máximo’s journey into web development, and his work on the plugin ecosystem in Vite (such as Vite Ruby). They then dive into Îles: what it is, what problems it solves, and what it compares with. They also discuss the concept of “Islands Architecture” that was popularized by tools like Astro.
Lindsay and Steve talk with Martin Malinda about building performant Vue apps. They discuss his article on building a lazy loading component, and explore browser APIs like requestIdleCallback and intersectionObserver. They end with some general guidance on how to build performant websites.
Lindsay and Steve talk about other ways to build Vue applications than Vue CLI or Vite templates. Lindsay talks about her experience migrating her personal site from Nuxt to Astro, a new static site generator that provides islands of reactivity in a framework agnostic way. Steve talks about Inertia, and building modern monoliths using Laravel and Vue. They also discuss the release of the Nuxt 3 public beta, and some of the things to keep in mind if you’re looking to migrate from Nuxt 2 to 3.
Steve sits down with Andrew Welch of the devmode.fm podcast and they cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from Andrew’s history with web development and his own companies, to VueJS, Nuxt and Vite, how he uses them with CraftCMS, and what’s he’s looking forward to with Nuxt 3. In addition they discuss the history of a couple of HTML response codes, and Andrew’s unique way of asking guests to explain their subjects on his own podcast.
Steve and Solomon talk to Henry Eze about Hygen. Hygen is a generic file generator that allows you to dynamically generate files, such as Vue templates, tests, and any other file needed in a project. In addition, they talk about Docuvaluate, an AI-based program Henry is working on that is used to evaluate contract language and structure. As always, they wrap up the show with picks, including Steve’s famous dad jokes of the week.
Lindsay and Steve talk with Eric Gardner, Senior Software Engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, about his journey from graphic design to Vue and the adoption of Vue at the Wikimedia Foundation. They discuss the challenges faced in MediaWiki, the core application behind Wikipedia, and how and why the foundation moved to adopt Vue as its frontend framework of choice. They also discuss some of the future developments at the Foundation, as well as some of the challenges that they still face.