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Danny takes to the virtual road and conducts and investigative report while Erik and Justin contemplate the nature of lantern hanging in the post-interview follow-up. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/207-qwik Follow The Web Platform podcast on Twitter for regular updates @TheWebPlatform.…
 
In this investigative report, Erik interview Fred K. Schott, CEO of Astro Inc and founder of the Astro, an all-in-one web framework for building fast, content-focused websites. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/206-astro Follow The Web Platform podcast on Twitter for regular updates @TheWebP…
 
It's not you it's me. Danny, Erik, and Justin discuss the problem with web dev interviews, the questions, the horror stories, and why they root for everyone who walks into their office looking for a job. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/205-the-sad-state-of-job-interviews Follow The Web Pla…
 
The Man with No Name Returns! Well, not so much. For Erik, Danny, and Justin, the discussion turns to the love and hate relationship of design systems. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/204-the-good-the-bad-the-design-systems Follow The Web Platform podcast on Twitter for regular updates @Th…
 
Do developers still learn the foundational aspects of the Web Platform? Justin and Erik dates themselves and argue about what them there whippersnappers are learning about building on the web platform today. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/203-learning-losses-for-the-web-platform Follow Th…
 
To say the way we use and write JavaScript has evolved since the launch of ES2015 is an understatement. Atomics, TypedArrays, globalThis, and function generators are just a few ways JavaScript has grown up to meet the needs of a growing web platform. But it's not just language that has evolved, it's our entire toolchain as we have come to rely on c…
 
Episode 200 marks the return of Amal Hussein back to the panel! Amal, Danny, and Erik chat with Fred K. Schott about Pika, Snowpack, and the future of web development and tooling. Snowpack is an innovative approach to creating fast dev environments without crazy reloading times and complications. That is only the tip of the iceberg for Pika. A plet…
 
Deno is a secure runtime for JavaScript & TypeScript created by the creator of Node.js (Ryan Dahl). David Else, software developer at Else Web Development, has been working with the project for a while aND talks with Danny and Erik about the latest Deno release. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast…
 
Dave Rupert, podcaster and web developer, talks with us about modern HTML practices. In a world full of JavaScript where does HTML & CSS fit in? What are the roles of Web Components and web standards? Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: https://thewebplatformpodcast.com/197-modern-html Follow The Web Platform podcast on Twitte…
 
It is a “wild web” out there and with all the complicated tooling and frameworks for web developers building web applications can be complex and obtuse. Chris Ferdinandi talks about simplifying our developer experience while focusing on the end user. Chris is a teacher, author, and practical web developer who "believes there’s a simpler, more resil…
 
Brian Kardell, Developer Relations at Igalia, talks us through specs and features in standards and why those get prioritized or deprioritized. What is the ‘special sauce’ that goes into getting a feature pushed into standards and then implemented across browsers? What can developers do to get a better idea of these features and when to expect them …
 
For a lot of software developers running code in separate threads is a common tool to reach for. On the web they are not nearly as widely used but can be just as powerful. Join us this week as Surma talks us through just how useful workers can be and some of the challenges they can help developers solve. Visit the website for This Week in Web, reso…
 
What is a web developer toolchain? It seems that, like most web development questions, it depends on many factors. There are build tools, testing, CI, and much more. Danny and Erik go through some of their current tools they use for development and explain how these have evolved over time. Visit the website for This Week in Web, resources & more: h…
 
In 2019, when developers think of Ionic and particularly the Ionic Framework they might think of Angular and Stencil. What about that VDOM thing called React? That’s on the other side of web developers minds...right? Actually…..it’s everywhere and now it’s part of Ionic. Mike Hartington (@mhartington) joins The Web Platform podcast again. This time…
 
Web component have been a favorite topic here on the Web Platform Podcast for a while now. After years of waiting Web components finally seem like they are ready for prime time. Browser support is great and only getting better and more and more frameworks have an excellent inter-op story. Join us this week as we chat with Ben Farrell all about how …
 
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