Conversations about the emerging world of Fullstack Jamstack applications. Anthony Campolo and Christopher Burns explore the development practices of the frameworks, libraries, and services enabling this new paradigm.
Episode 94 - Clerk with James Perkins
James Perkins is a Senior Developer Advocate at Clerk, a drop-in authentication solution for React and the modern web.
Episode 93 - Causeworks with Jim Fisk
Jim Fisk is the creator of Plenti and the founder of Causeworks, a full service creative agency for mission-driven organizations.
In this episode we discuss using open source technology for social goods, whether you should be bearish or bullish on Jamstack, and the benefits of a Git-based CMS.
Episode 92 - Warp with Zach Lloyd
Zach Lloyd is the CEO of Warp, a Rust-based terminal for modern development.
In this episode we discuss the motivations for starting an entire company dedicated to building a terminal, the inefficiencies introduced by the current default terminals, and the company's future plans for monetization.
Oh My Zsh
00:10 - Zach's background and motivation for creating Warp
02:13 - What are the Warp features that make developers more productive?
07:01 - Why is Warp written in Rust?
10:36 - Does Warp work on multiple platforms?
12:22 - How does Warp plan on monetizing in the future?
16:06 - What are the benefits of Warp for beginners learning the terminal?
22:29 - What shells does Warp support?
25:17 - How do you prioritize feature development and what is the roadmap for the next sixth months?
29:31 - Will Warp eventually be integrated with the VS Code terminal?
31:43 - Final thoughts and where to learn more about Warp
Episode 91 - IPFS with Daniel Norman
Daniel Norman is a Developer Advocate at Protocol Labs.
In this episode we discuss the philosophy and motivation behind the creation of IPFS, IPFS pinning services and gateways, how Protocol Labs relates to IPFS, and how to moderate content on a distributed, censorship resistant network.
IPFS - Content Addressed, Versioned, P2P File System
Cloudflare IPFS Gateway
State of IPFS in JS
A First Look at IPFS
Some Antics - Deploy to the Decentralized Web with IPFS
00:11 - Daniel’s code journey11:19 - What is web3?13:36 - What does it mean to “own” something digital?22:19 - Bluesky and the At Protocol25:35 - Living in a high trust society28:01 - What is IPFS?36:32 - IPFS pinning services and gateways45:23 - Protocol Labs48:20 - Is it possible to block or moderate content on IPFS?54:58 - Where should someone go to get started with IPFS or get in touch with the IPFS community?58:17 - How can listeners get in touch with Daniel?
Episode 90 - Partytown with Adam Bradley
Adam Bradley is the Director of Technology at Builder.io and co-creator of Partytown, a lazy-loaded library to help relocate resource intensive scripts off the main thread and into a web worker.
In this episode we discuss making sites significantly more performant by offloading third party scripts into a web worker with Partytown, how Partytown fits into the larger suite of tools that Builder.io is working on including Qwik, and cross-compiling any frontend UI library with Mitosis.
WordPress Partytown Support
Add Partytown support to run scripts in WordPress Worker Thread
Offloading Scripts To A Web Worker in Next.js (experimental)
How to Add Google Analytics gtag to Gatsby Using Partytown
Deploy a Qwik site on Cloudflare Pages
Building Marko 6 w/ Dylan Piercey, and Michael Rawlings
Episode 89 - Astro Community with A Fuzzy Bear
A Fuzzy Bear is the Community Manager at Astro.
In this episode we discuss the origin of the name “Fuzzy Bear,” the benefits of learning Astro over other popular metaframeworks, and how to get involved in the Astro community.
A Fuzzy Bear
Create a New Astro Project
Asteroids Fuzzybear Project
Server-side Rendering in Astro
Astro Hackathon Projects
01:15 - What is the origin of the name “Fuzzy Bear?”03:13 - Why did you learn Astro over other frameworks and when did you join the team?06:00 - The pitfalls of Create React App08:30 - Fuzzy's life before web development09:48 - Learning web development through building the Astroids game12:10 - Fuzzy got into web development to make money but tripped into open source12:50 - How did you first hear about Astro?15:22 - How did you initially get involved in the Astro community?19:41 - What is the status of server-side rendering support in Astro?22:24 - What happened when Chris tried Astro for the first time?33:09 - Can Astro be used for dashboards?
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