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A weekly podcast where we tackle the challenges facing Web developers today and invite expert guests on the show to share their experience solving concrete problems while building real Web applications.
Listen for practical insights and honest talk about the topics you are facing today, with Web Rush.
Episode 123: Sketchnoting in Tech with Mike Rohde
Mike Rohde talks with John, Ward, Dan, and Craig about drawing sketchnotes. What is sketchnoting? How do you balance words vs pictures in sketchnotes? What are the tools people need to get started with sketchnotes? And what about people who can't draw - can they still use sketchnoting?
Episode 122: Modern Web with Chris Coyier
Chris Coyier talks with John, Ward, Dan, and Craig about the modern web. What technology should we be paying attention to? What tech has Chris used that was worth getting into? Flexbox or CSS Grid? Is there anything better than HTML coming? And what tools should developers be aware of?
Episode 121: Building React Apps on the Jamstack with Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock chats with John, Ward, and Dan about what Jamstack is, what to consider regarding storage, how to handle forms in Jamstack builds, whether you need to start from scratch when using Jamstack, and what the developer experience is like on the Jamstack.
Episode 120: Large data in the Browser with Sam Artioli
Sam Artioli talks with John, Ward, and Dan about using and managing large data in the browser. Should you download the entire set each time? How does CRDT affect the issue? Can you work collaboratively? And why should or shouldn't you put everything in a store?
Episode 119: Redwood JS with Anthony Campolo
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?
Episode 118: Fails, Wins, and The Future of the Web
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?