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JavaScript Jabber Charles M Wood

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    • 3.9 • 57 Ratings

Stay current on JavaScript, Node, and Front-End development. Learn from experts in programming, careers, and technology every week.

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    Svelte 5: Compiler, Signals, and Web App Performance - JSJ 627

    Svelte 5: Compiler, Signals, and Web App Performance - JSJ 627

    Rich Harris joins this week's episode. They dive deep into the world of web application performance, signals, and the capabilities of Svelte 5. Join them as they explore the innovative features of Svelte 5, its compiler capabilities, and its potential impact on application building. From discussing the fastest mainstream framework to drawing parallels with traditional compiler optimization modes, they leave no stone unturned in dissecting the advancements in Svelte 5. Stay tuned as they also explore topics like React server components, the controversy around embedding SQL in React components, and much more. 

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    Charles - Sushi Go Party! | Board GameDan - "Rethinking reactivity" talk by Rich Harris from 2019Dan - I Care a Lot Dan - Saga of the Pliocene Exile

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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Embracing Web Standards with Owen Buckley - JSJ 626

    Embracing Web Standards with Owen Buckley - JSJ 626

    Delve into a thought-provoking discussion with Owen Buckley, a seasoned web developer with 20 years of experience. Owen introduces Greenwood, a project focused on leveraging web standards and simplifying web development. Throughout the episode, They explore Greenwood's evolution, capabilities, and unique approach to application scaffolding and local development. From the emphasis on HTML and web components to Greenwood's seamless integration with HTMX, they uncover the project's vision to provide an onramp close to web standards. Join them as they navigate through the world of web development and gain valuable insights from Owen's expertise and passion for web standards and components.

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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Simplifying Development with Deno - JSJ 625

    Simplifying Development with Deno - JSJ 625

    Kevin Whinnery is the Head of Developer Relations at Deno. They dive deep into the world of Deno, exploring its evolution, functionality, and differences from its predecessor, Node.js. They discuss the challenges Deno has faced in establishing compatibility with the NPM ecosystem, its out-of-the-box TypeScript support, built-in tools, and its use in edge computing. With insights into Deno's standard library, TypeScript implementation, and plans for improving compatibility with popular meta frameworks, this episode is a must-listen for developers looking to stay ahead in the ever-evolving world of JavaScript. Get ready to uncover the latest developments in Deno and its impact on the development landscape!



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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Navigating Web Development Challenges - JSJ 624

    Navigating Web Development Challenges - JSJ 624

    Shay Davidson is a full-stack web, mobile, and game developer. He is currently leading the front end at Lemonade. The discussion revolves around the use of Supabase as a free database and its comparisons to Firebase for developer experience. They dive into building applications with Next.js and React 18, utilizing React Server Components to interact with the Supabase API. They share their experiences, frustrations, and insights regarding caching mechanisms, server actions, and the challenges of adapting to new technologies in the React ecosystem. The episode also delves into the React server components controversy, the importance of learning and experimenting with new technologies, the use of AI for creative purposes, and the potential dangers of deep fakes.
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Unveiling Chrome DevTools: Network Monitoring, Cache Debugging, and Beyond - JSJ 623

    Unveiling Chrome DevTools: Network Monitoring, Cache Debugging, and Beyond - JSJ 623

    Michael Hablich is the product lead for Chrome DevTools and Puppeteer. They delve into a comprehensive discussion on various features and uses of the network tab for monitoring API calls, performance debugging with cache, simulating network conditions, and visual understanding of page loading. They cover topics such as debugging, PHP, and the history of dev tools. Michael Hablich shares insights into the development and evolution of Chrome DevTools, highlighting its migration to TypeScript and the team behind it.Tune in to uncover the challenges and advancements in debugging tools, the potential integration of AI, and a range of powerful features within Chrome DevTools.
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    • 1 hr 22 min
    The Alphabet Soup of Performance Measurements - JSJ 622

    The Alphabet Soup of Performance Measurements - JSJ 622

    Dan Shappir takes the lead in explaining all of the acronyms and metrics for measuring the performance of your web applications. He leads a discussion through the ins and outs of monitoring performance and then how to improve and check up on how your website is doing.SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs Membership
    Links: The Picture element - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language | MDNPicksAJ - The Way of KingsAJ - Taco BellAimee - web.devAimee - @DanShappirDan - New accessibility feature in Chrome Dev Tools: simulate vision deficiencies, including blurred vision & various types of color blindness. In Canary at the bottom of the Rendering tab.Dan - Better Call Saul

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

Isaac3333333 ,

Helpful

The episodes are hit or miss (sometimes they go in depth, other times they stay at a high level) but overall I’ve been able to learn lots of relevant tidbits that help keep me up to speed on the JS ecosystem.

FinBobo ,

Great JS show

Just wanted to say that you're my number one JavaScript show. I love everything about your talks and hope you don't change a thing. The cast and guests are great and I get lots of tips and ideas from your topics. Please continue as-is.

enufsenuff ,

Better options out there

I’ve listened for years … it started off really well with knowledgeable hosts and interesting topics, then waded into framework/tool of the week, then into Wix and Wix adjacent commercialization, then web3 with one of the hosts playing the ultimate grift of “there is no goo crypto use case except mine” .. a nice con he played for about 6 months to then shill his stuff for months after that to whatever is next… I’m getting off this train, however, because of just horrible takes, asinine and offensive comments, and just often-incorrect information. I kept hoping guests would call the hosts out but unfortunately that never happens. I’m getting to the point of not wanting to use the tools because of the guests’ inability or lack of desire to actually disagree.

There are better podcasts out there. Don’t waste your time on this one.

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