100 episodes

A live podcast about front end web design and UX.

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A live podcast about front end web design and UX.

    396: Edge Goes Chrome, Edge VM’s, and Designing a Website to Last

    396: Edge Goes Chrome, Edge VM’s, and Designing a Website to Last

    Show DescriptionChris & Dave talk about Edge going Chrome, a bit of follow up from last episode about Virtual Machines, thoughts on designing a website to last, a question about Rails plus React, and a question about how to move from CoffeeScript to something current.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    395: 2020 Don’t Eject!

    395: 2020 Don’t Eject!

    Show DescriptionWe're talking AI and machine learning taking over, and then answering your questions on: registering a domain name, document outlining in HTML, colleges still teaching Flash, should we eject or not, enqueuing React in WordPress, and saying hyphenated domain names out loud.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    394: Andy Bell on Taking Side Projects to 11(ty)

    394: Andy Bell on Taking Side Projects to 11(ty)

    Show DescriptionAndy Bell brings his collection of side projects to the podcast to talk about including Piccalilli, Boiler Form, Web Components Club, Hylia for Eleventy, and Front End Challenges Club.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    393: The Future Is Now McRupert

    393: The Future Is Now McRupert

    Show DescriptionChris & Dave are back for 2020 with thoughts on watching our industry, continuous integration and deployment, fall backs for when an API goes down, alternatives to WordPress, and tips for getting started with web components.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    392: Looking Back at 2019

    392: Looking Back at 2019

    Show DescriptionChris and Dave talk Typescript, whether it's worth it to use a bundler with WordPress, did Apple break parallax, and building bespoke templates in WordPress with Gutenberg.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    391: RapidFire Sickness

    391: RapidFire Sickness

    Show DescriptionOn this episode, Chris and Dave talk Dark Mode (is it a fad?), rules for engagement, what they think of less popular frameworks, indieweb, proposing new technologies as a junior dev, combining open source tech stack issues, and work / hobby balance.

    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

thegreatclod ,

I love this podcast.

I have listened to this podcast consistently for many years now. It’s so great. Chris and Dave are so smart, so thoughtful, and a true delight to listen to. Being so well respected among their peers they are able to land giants of the web industry as guests on their program but even when they have no guest on they continue to shine. I recommend this podcast to any front end developer or web ux/design professional I know.

deverloperdustin ,

Pretty great

This is my favorite front-end dev podcast.

J. Barshop ,

The perfect mix of entertaining & actionable

Dave, Chris, and their guests provide some incredibly actionable and wide-ranging content for developers and designers looking to level up their skill sets & design world-class products.

If you need a jumping off point, highly recommend starting with their episode with Donna Lichaw - absolutely incredible. After that, hit the subscribe button, pass Go and collect $200. :)

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