Show about web design with RapidWeaver hosted by Joe Workman and Greg Barchard.
#33 - We are back! Did you miss us?
Joe and Greg are back! It's been almost exactly one year since our last episode. We hope that you enjoy the show.
#32 - Stacks 4 Released, WS Conference 2019 and more updates
In this episode, Joe and Greg talk all about the Stacks 4 launch, Weaver's Space Conference 2019 and general updates.
#31 - Stacks 4 Beta is almost here!
The Stacks 4 beta is almost here! Greg and Joe talk about all of the awesome new features coming to Stacks 4. You can get early access to Stack 4 now on the YourHead Patreon page... https://www.patreon.com/yourhead/
#30 - Greg had a baby! And user feedback...
Greg added a new member to his family! We catch up with Greg and answer some user feedback from previous shows.
#29 - Deliver Email Reliably to Bypass SPAM
In this episode, Joe and Greg talk all about delivering email reliably so that your email does not get trapped inside spam filters.
#28 - RapidWeaver & Git - Version Control Projects and Advanced Publishing
In this episode, Joe and Greg respond to some customer feedback about Google and 404s vs 301 redirects. Then we turn the tables and discuss how you can use git to version control your RapidWeaver projects and even use it for an advanced publishing workflow.
My driving companion!
Love this podcast and wished there was more of it! Joe and Greg make my commute tolerable and sometimes something to look forward to. Thanks guys and please keep it up!!
THE Best Web Design Podcast Out There
I love Rapidweaver. Love. It.
Weaver Radio should be required listening in the online college we all attend to further our skill sets.
Joe and Greg are a goldmine of information. I have tried to apply the average of all their opinions to my daily web design and design-design.
It’s crazy how inspired I get listening to these guys! I want to get in front of my Mac and just build EVERYTHING for the web!!
Thanks, you guys for all the amazing-ness!
An absolute must for RapidWeavers.
For me this is like being the proverbial fly-on-the-wall while Plato and Socrates whispered universal truths with casual aplomb.