Anythony Campolo talks with John, Ward, and Dan about Redwood JS. Is Redwood JS a framework or a library? Why would you use Redwood JS? What problems does it solve? Is it for beginners or experienced developers?
John, Ward, and Dan talk about the fails, wins, and the future of technology we use to build the web. What technology disappeared in 2020? What technology are you looking forward to in 2021? And what technology are you glad just works?
Questions such as how do you manage versions? What do you recommend for new projects? How to design to avoid technical debt? When to start fresh or use old methods? And what Mike wishes he knew back then that he knows now.
Tor Helgevold joins Ward, Dan, and Craig to talk about optimizing Svelte using the Closure compiler. How do you get a smaller bundle size? How do you support lazy loading? When should you turn on a closure compiler? And does the Closure compiler optimize at run time as well?
Norbert de Langen talks with John, Dan, and Ward about his work at Chroma, what the difference is between Chroma and Storybook, how to get in to open source development, and the benefits of using Storybook and it's add ons.