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  • RRU 124: Whats New in React with Shawn Wang

    RRU 124: What's New in React with Shawn Wang

    10/11/2020 Duração: 49min

    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. Panel TJ VanToll Guest Shawn Wang Sponsors Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Audible.com CacheFly Links Beyond React 16 by Dan Abramov – JSConf Iceland Concurrent React from scratch React testing recipes React Distrosand The Deployment Age of JavaScript Frameworks https://github.com/vitejs/vite TypeScript cheatsheets Picks TJ VanToll: Fall Guys DevReach Online Shawn Wang: Transistor.fm Cobra Kai Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 123: React Query, React Table, the TanStack and More with Tanner Linsley

    RRU 123: React Query, React Table, the TanStack and More with Tanner Linsley

    27/10/2020 Duração: 50min

    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. Just a few months after releasing React Query to the dev community, it’s already making waves and garnering the attention of notable React thought leaders and large companies alike, and part of the secret to Tanner’s success is that the majority of his popular OSS projects come from him needing to solve a need for his company, Nozzle.io. Learn about if React Query (or other projects) might be something to incorporate into your own React applications, as well as tips for getting involved in (and making the case for) working on OSS projects. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Tanner Linsley Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day tr

  • RRU 122: Error Reporting and Bug Monitoring with James Smith

    RRU 122: Error Reporting and Bug Monitoring with James Smith

    13/10/2020 Duração: 47min

    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. Panel TJ VanToll Guest James Smith Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Audible.com CacheFly Picks TJ VanToll: https://www.amazon.com/What-Doesnt-Kill-Environmental-Conditioning James Smith: Fall Guys Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 121: DeFi-ing Expectations in React with Alex Thomas

    RRU 121: DeFi-ing Expectations in React with Alex Thomas

    06/10/2020 Duração: 53min

    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.. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Thomas Aylott Guest Alex Thomas Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Audible.com CacheFly Links react-native-quiet Sofia Github repo Gitcoin Picks Thomas Aylott: Once Upon a Word: A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids―Building Vocabulary Through Etymology, Definitions & Stories TJ VanToll: The Floor is Lava 3.5mm Headphone Extension Cable, CableCreation 3.5mm Male to Female Stereo Audio Extension Cable Adapter with Gold Plated Connector Paige Niedringhaus: Ultimate Beastmaster on Netflix Alex Thomas: https://harrypotterwithguns.com/ Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundu

  • RRU 120: Building An Internal Component Library With Dana Yudelevich

    RRU 120: Building An Internal Component Library With Dana Yudelevich

    29/09/2020 Duração: 58min

    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” Panel Paige Niedringhaus Carl Mungazi Guest Dana Yudelevich Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Audible.com CacheFly Links https://snyk.io/ Atomic design methodology Twitter article on Components https://storybook.js.org Good article on snapshot testing by Kent C Dodds Percy.io – visual review platform Becoming a DO-veloper Using Percy with Cypress https://www.npmjs.com/package/classnames Picks Dana Yudelevich: http://1linelayouts.glitch.me/ Carl Mungazi: diff.blog is the home page for developers https://github.com/

  • RRU 119: Building Web and Mobile Apps with Ely Lucas

    RRU 119: Building Web and Mobile Apps with Ely Lucas

    22/09/2020 Duração: 49min

    Ionic’s own Ely Lucas joins the React Round Up panel to discuss building the Ionic framework to work with React under the hood. Ely talks through how the team’s been hard at work making Ionic easy to pick up for any JavaScript developer with experience in React, as well as some of the benefits it can provide over straight React or React Native. Some of the biggest benefits are having just one shared codebase to power iOS, Android, Electron and PWAs, access to React Hooks and over 100 ready-to-use, easy to customize UI components on install. If you’ve heard about Ionic but want to learn more about it, and it’s newest offering Ionic React, this is the episode for you. Panel Paige Niedringhaus Charles Max Wood Guest Ely Lucas Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial CacheFly Links ionicframework.com https://stenciljs.com/ Ionic React documentation Web animations API documentation Ionic’s Capacitor.js project codecan

  • RRU 118: Creating Live Trippy Visuals with WebGL and Web Audio with Alex Kempton

    RRU 118: Creating Live Trippy Visuals with WebGL and Web Audio with Alex Kempton

    15/09/2020 Duração: 59min

    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. Panel TJ VanToll Thomas Aylott Guest Alex Kempton Sponsors Audible.com CacheFly Links Hedron MIDI API https://workshop.chromeexperiments.com/examples/gui/#1–Basic-Usage three.js examples https://github.com/react-spring/react-three-fiber Web audio API https://twitter.com/polyopuk React-three-fiber Picks Alex Kempton: Just JavaScript TJ VanToll: Stratechery Thomas Aylott: roamresearch.com Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 117: Making Frontend Developers Fullstack with Prisma with Nikolas Burk

    RRU 117: Making Frontend Developers Fullstack with Prisma with Nikolas Burk

    08/09/2020 Duração: 48min

    In this special episode of React Round Up, guest Nikolas Burk delves into the Prisma database and why it’s worth checking out. Panel James Brenton Guest Nikolas Burk Sponsor CacheFly Links www.prisma.io Picks Nikolas Burk: Follow Nikolas on Twitter > @nikolasburk Prisma Day Recordings Chess app James Brenton: Scrabble® GO – New Word Game Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 116: Building a Meet.up Competitor and Teaching React with Chris Achard

    RRU 116: Building a Meet.up Competitor and Teaching React with Chris Achard

    01/09/2020 Duração: 44min

    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. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Carl Mungazi Guest Chris Achard Sponsor CacheFly Links Meetingplace.io Dev.to https://recoiljs.org/ Picks Chris Achard: https://twitter.com/chrisachard A case study of how Chris used the Twitter thread educational posts to grow his following TJ VanToll: VergeCast React Wednesdays on Twitch Paige Niedringhaus: Trakt.tv DEV Community – Google Play Store Apple App Store Carl Mungazi: Async pattern Follow React Ro

  • RRU 115: Frontend Application Bundles with Glen Maddern

    RRU 115: Frontend Application Bundles with Glen Maddern

    25/08/2020 Duração: 50min

    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. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Carl Mungazi Guest Glen Maddern Links Cloudflare Workers Frontend Application Bundles (FABs) NPM FAB Remix Picks Glen Maddern: The discovery of GIF animation Paige Niedringhaus: The Deno Handbook TJ VanToll: Fort Magic Carl Mungazi: Calibre Basic virtual-dom algorithm Matt-Esch virtual-dom Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup  

  • RRU 114: Decentralized React: ThreadsDB, IPFS, Filecoin with Carson Farmer

    RRU 114: Decentralized React: ThreadsDB, IPFS, Filecoin with Carson Farmer

    04/08/2020 Duração: 51min

    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. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Carson Farmer Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing React Native Remote Conf 2020 Links IPFS Textile CRDT ThreadDB Carson’s “Bring Your Own Data” talk Filecoin Picks Carson Farmer: Follow Carson on Twitter > @carsonfarmer Let my People go surfing IPFS: interplanetary file system on Reddit   TJ VanToll: Recoil David McCabe’s talk about Recoil at React Europe Paige Niedringhaus: Killing Eve Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 113: Typed Functional Programming in TypeScript with fp-ts with Robin Pokorny

    RRU 113: Typed Functional Programming in TypeScript with fp-ts with Robin Pokorny

    21/07/2020 Duração: 49min

    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. Panel TJ VanToll Guest Robin Pokorny Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing React Native Remote Conf 2020 Links fp-ts Redux Elm io-ts Pragmatic Bookshelf: By Developers, For Developers Picks Robin Pokorny: Follow Robin on Twitter > @robinpokorny Cracking the Cryptic signup-form-react-native-web - CodeSandbox TJ VanToll: Oculus Quest AltspaceVR | Be there, together. Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 112: From Pulling Teeth to Pull Requests with Meghna Srivastava

    RRU 112: From Pulling Teeth to Pull Requests with Meghna Srivastava

    07/07/2020 Duração: 50min

    Dr. Meghna Srivastava joins React Round Up to share how she transitioned from a dentist in her native country of India to a software developer today in Berlin, Germany. Although she practiced for a few years after graduating dental school, Meghna wasn't completely satisfied with her career choice, and things at work began to feel stale to her. At the same time, she saw the flexibility her partner enjoyed as a backend developer, and began dabbling in Python to see if coding might be something she was interested in pursuing as well. Fast forward a year, and Meghna found herself in Germany due to her partner's job, and unemployed, giving her the time she needed to really focus on learning to code, and she discovered she enjoyed JavaScript's browser-focused interactions more than backend languages. Then she progressed on to the React framework as she began to build up her portfolio. Panel Charles Max Wood Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Meghna Srivastava Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the lu

  • RRU 111: React Tools, Codebase Management, and More with Brice Ayres

    RRU 111: React Tools, Codebase Management, and More with Brice Ayres

    23/06/2020 Duração: 46min

    React Native Remote Conf July 28th to 31th Brice Ayres is a Youtube video author talking about programming and React. This is a wide ranging conversation across the spectrum of React tools, libraries like react-bootstrap, and the state of styling and state management in React. Panel Charles Max Wood Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Carl Mungazi Guest Brice Ayres Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Ant Design BEM Picks Brice Ayres: Follow Brice on Twitter > @codelife_io, Youtube phoenix_live_view Charles Max Wood: Board Game Arena React Native Remote Conference 2020 Paige Niedringhaus: Houseparty app TJ VanToll: SF Bay Coffee Carl Mungazi: A visual guide to React Mental models | Obed Parlapiano Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

  • RRU 110: Game Development in React  Typescript with Maksim Ivanov

    RRU 110: Game Development in React & Typescript with Maksim Ivanov

    09/06/2020 Duração: 01h01min

    Front end developer Maksim Ivanov talks about working for Mojang, the company behind the ridiculously popular game Minecraft. As it turns out, Maksim uses React to build different pieces of the game, and runs the code through a custom renderer to make it work in the game world. In addition to his day job, he also found time to write a book about TypeScript after realizing how much easier getting familiar with new code bases could be if TypeScript was used instead of JavaScript. The panel has used TypeScript to varying degrees themselves, but nobody's gone all in, and they talk about the pros and cons of it, including the initial learning curve and how it can help prevent bugs in the code. Maksim's book covers many aspects of TypeScript in great detail, and it sounds like a good read for anyone just picking up the language. Panel Charles Max Wood Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Maksim Ivanov Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding You

  • RRU 109: SVGS in React with Elizabet Oliviera

    RRU 109: SVGS in React with Elizabet Oliviera

    26/05/2020 Duração: 42min

    If you’ve tried using SVGs in your application, chances are you’ve found it tricky or difficult. In today’s show, Elizabet Oliviera shares some tips on how you can begin using SVGs to create scalable illustrations and animations. She also shares her experiences of building a library of SVG animations Panel Carl Mungazi Paige Neidringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Elizabet Oliveira Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Figma gregberge/svgr svg/svgo: Node.js tool for optimizing SVG files Exploring audio with React and SVGs: Create amazing audio projects - Elizabet Oliveira React Kawaii Picks Elizabet Oliveira: Follow Elizabet on Twitter > @miuki_miu, Github, LinkedIn Women of React Conf Paige Neidringhaus: Coolors - The super fast color schemes generator! Carl Mungazi: Excalidraw TJ VanToll: Tiger K

  • RRU 108: Web Workers  Multi-threaded JavaScript with Majid Hajian

    RRU 108: Web Workers & Multi-threaded JavaScript with Majid Hajian

    12/05/2020 Duração: 01h03min

    JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Despite JavaScript being a single-threaded language, you can now leverage multi-threaded computing thanks to modern browser features such as web workers, workouts and service workers. In this show, Majid explains how these features work and what problems they solve. We also discuss the strategies you can use to introduce them to production codebases and give your users a much more enjoyable experience on your web app. Panel Paige Niedringhaus Carl Mungazi Charles Max Wood TJ VanToll Guest Majid Hajian Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Comlink makes WebWorkers enjoyable Workbox Figma The AssemblyScript Book Houdini: Demystifying CSS Picks Majid Hajian: Follow Majid on Twitter > @mhadaily Deep Work - Cal Newport Carl Mungazi: Off the Main Thread | The

  •  RRU 107: Remote Work with Vladimir Novick

    RRU 107: Remote Work with Vladimir Novick

    28/04/2020 Duração: 46min

    JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Vladimir Novick is a work from home veteran. He talks through the situation with COVID-19, having kids at home, and working from home. The rest of the panel chimes in and discusses their experience—some short and some long—working from home. Panel Charles Max Wood Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Vladimir Novick Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Enabling breakout rooms – Zoom Help Center Picks Vladimir Novick: Follow Vladimir on Twitter > @VladimirNovick, Twitch, Website Event Loop Krisp | Noise Cancelling App Keyboard Maestro Stream Deck Notion Charles Max Wood: ASUS 15.6" Full HD 1920x1080 IPS USB Portable Monitor The Chronicles of Narnia Adult Box Set Audiobookm Paige Niedringhaus: ShiftIt for Mac Tiger King on

  • RRU 106: React Socks for Easy Responsive Design with Paige Niedringhaus

    RRU 106: React Socks for Easy Responsive Design with Paige Niedringhaus

    14/04/2020 Duração: 38min

    JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Paige Niedringhaus talks about the ever increasing need for developers and designers to be thinking about responsive web design as they build apps in today's world; a quick recap of a conference talk she gave at Connect.Tech, called 'Responsive Design featuring ReactJS'. Then, she talks about two possible solutions for making responsive web apps: CSS media queries and a new, React-specific NPM package called React Socks. Both options have their benefits and drawbacks (and can be used together too!), but getting started with either is relatively simple. Considering how many different ways users could be accessing our websites today and how important a good user experience is regardless of device size, responsive design is definitely worth investigating and incorporating into you own development going forward. Panel Charles Max Wood Guest Paige Niedringhaus Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing ________________

  • RRU 105: ReasonML and the Reason Association with Patrick Stapfer

    RRU 105: ReasonML and the Reason Association with Patrick Stapfer

    31/03/2020 Duração: 44min

    JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th - register now! Patrick Stapfer from the Reason Association joins Charles Max Wood to talk about ReasonML, functional programming, and how it fits into the React ecosystem. ReasonML is a language built and maintained by Facebook and transpiled to JavaScript using the BuckleScript project. Patrick explains when to use Reason, how to get started, and the basics of using Reason. Panel Charles Max Wood Guest Patrick Stapfer Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing ____________________________________________________________   "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! ____________________________________________________________ Links https://reasonml.org ReasonML Playground GitHub - davidkpiano/xstate: State machines and statecharts for the modern web. Flow: A Static Type Checker for JavaScript Picks Patrick Stapfer: Follow Pat

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