A live podcast about front end web design and UX.
461: Dave Fired Everyone, WordPress Audio Player, Shared Element Transitions, and Fonts!
Dave's base got camped and Chris tried to improve the WordPress audio player. Also discussed: shared element transitions, Turbo, Astro, typography and fonts, and just simply blogging.
460: What’s New in CSS in 2021 with Adam Argyle
Adam Argyle chats with us about CSS features from risky and never in any browser to stable and available in many browsers that are available in 2021.
459: Talking Web Components, ES Modules, Using OAuth, and Digital Art
Dave's prepping for a talk at An Event Apart about Web Components, and we're answering questions about OAuth, and talking digital art.
458: De-coding the Technical Interview with Emma Bostian
Special guest Emma Bostian is on to talk about her new book, De-coding the Technical Interview, that will help you never bomb a technical job interview again. How to answer technical questions you don't know, looking for red flags when applying, infinite scrolling question, and how to not be a schlub when applying for a new job.
457: CSS Colors Fun, HSL, Updates from Browser Land, Pseudo Selectors, and Responsive Design Questions
We're talking all about fun with colors in CSS, browser updates, the death of AMP (question mark), pseudo selectors, a question about responsive design in vertical space, and linking with _blank.
456: WordPress Block Editor, ElementInternals, Writing Code or Leading a Team, and Container Queries
On this episode: Updates from Dave's shed, camera options for streaming and Zooming, Discord chats, Headless WordPress block editor musings, custom form controls with ElementInternals, going from a coder to a team leader, and container query updates.
Steady web greatness
I think I started listening to these guys in 2013ish (has it really been that long??) and still love the show. Dave and Chris are such a down-to-earth, knowledgeable resource for all things web, so I’ve been able to stay up on trends over the years and chuckle at their jokes. If you’re into web stuff at all, I highly recommend this show. Keep up the good work, fellas!
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.
This is my favorite front-end dev podcast.