Modern Web
S06E4 Modern Web Podcast - Vue Updates with Chris Fitz, Jake Dohm, and Rob Ocel

S06E4 Modern Web Podcast - Vue Updates with Chris Fitz, Jake Dohm, and Rob Ocel

April 5, 2019

In this Modern Web podcast, Rob Ocel and Jake Dohm speak about the Vue.js latest updates with Chris Fritz, a Vue Core Team member.

Topics Covered:
- What's new in Vue 2.6?
- The new V-slot directive
- The news Dynamic Directive arguments. Now we can have Dynamic event name and dynamic attribute bindings.
- Why the core team prefers to write templates.
- Backwards compatibility in Vue.
- Differences between big releases like the upcomoing 3.0 version and 2.x versions.
- Migration to newest versions. Migration guides. Documentation
- The development process that the core team follows.
- How the core team tries to hear their users and open the discussions.
- Typescript in Vue
- Vue 3.0: what changes it brings.
- Vue 3.0 performance: why is half the size and twice as fast than prior version.

This episode is sponsored by NativeScript & This Dot Labs.

S06E3 Modern Web Podcast - All About Compilers with Minko Gechev, Kristofer Baxter, Radoslav Kirov, Jake Dohm, and Rob Ocel

S06E3 Modern Web Podcast - All About Compilers with Minko Gechev, Kristofer Baxter, Radoslav Kirov, Jake Dohm, and Rob Ocel

April 5, 2019

In this modern web podcast, Rob Ocel and Jake Dohm speak about compilers with Minko Gechev (Angular Team at Google), Kristofer Baxter (Performance expert, a Software engineer at Google) and Radoslav Kirov (TypeScript support team at Google).

Topics Covered:
- What is a compiler?
- WASM
- UX
- CSS
- Accessibility
- Node: Libraries: Express, nest, Ecosystem.
- GraphQ
- Angular Ivy
- TypeScript
- Parcel 2
- Animation
- Utility First CSS
- Performance
- CSS Grid

This episode is sponsored by NativeScript & This Dot Labs.

S06E2 Modern Web Podcast - What’s Up With GraphQL 2019 with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Tanmai Gopal, and Uri Goldshtein

S06E2 Modern Web Podcast - What’s Up With GraphQL 2019 with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Tanmai Gopal, and Uri Goldshtein

February 4, 2019

In this modern web podcast, Rob Ocel and Tracy Lee speak to Tanmai Gopal and Uri Goldshtein about GraphQL.

Uri Goldshtein - Founder The Guild -@UriGoldshtein
Tanmai Gopal - Founder @Hasura - @tanmaigo
Tracy Lee - @ladyleet
Rob Ocel - @robocell

Topics covered:
Why is GraphQL exploding in popularity
Why GraphQL isn't a fad
How to get started with GraphQL
What are the full-stack benefits of GraphQL
How to sell GraphQL to your team
How to migrate to GraphQL
What happens to clients that still use your REST APIs
How does GraphQL help front-end component-based architectures
How can GraphQL help with real-time data
How can you get involved in the GraphQL community

Show Notes:
Immutable User Interfaces (Lee Byron) - Full Stack Fest 2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLvrZPSzHxo

https://github.com/chentsulin/awesome-graphql

This episode is sponsored by NativeScript & This Dot Labs.

S06E1 What is AMP and why you should care with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Ben Morss, Prateek Bhatnagar, and Kristofer Baxter

S06E1 What is AMP and why you should care with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Ben Morss, Prateek Bhatnagar, and Kristofer Baxter

January 25, 2019

Welcome to another Modern Web podcast!

In this episode, Tracy Lee and Rob Ocel will be talking with the AMP team about Accelerate Mobile Pages, an open-source library created by Google that to make publishing websites easier than ever.

Ben Morss, Prateek Bhatnagar, and Kristofer Baxter will be our guests in this discussion. We talk about PWA, a11y, performance, AMP with frameworks, AMP Script and upcoming releases.

Notes:

- The AMP Project is an open-source initiative aiming to make web performance better. The project enables the creation of websites and ads that are consistently fast, beautiful and high-performing across devices and distribution platforms.

-AMP pages are just web pages that you can link to and are controlled by you. It focuses on giving the best experience to your users, loading near instantaneously and performing great in mobiles devices.

-AMP builds on existing features and you can render it with user agents you already have set.

AMP official website: https://www.ampproject.org/

This episode is sponsored by NativeScript & This Dot Labs.

S05E20 Browser Standards with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, and Dominic Farolino

S05E20 Browser Standards with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, and Dominic Farolino

December 4, 2018

In this Modern Web podcast, Tracy Lee (@ladyleet) and Rob Ocel (@robocell) interview Dominic Farolino (@domfarolino) about his adventures in getting involved in browser standards and how others can get involved too.

Dominic Farolino is a WHATWG Standards Editor, Chrome Committer, Student and Software Engineer.

Topics covered:
- Actually getting involved - how do you do that? What is the process?
- What is the difference between the different standards bodies?
- How do you get started and why should you choose to contribute to W3C, WHATWG, or TC39?
- How do standards bodies work together?
- Observable proposal

S05E19 Angular Updates with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, and Core Team Members Hans Larsen and Ben Lesh

S05E19 Angular Updates with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, and Core Team Members Hans Larsen and Ben Lesh

December 4, 2018

In this modern web podcast, Tracy Lee speaks with 2 core team members of the Angular team - Hans Larsen who leads the CLI team and Ben Lesh, author of RxJS.

Notes:
- Ivy is the biggest focus on the Angular team currently. Ivy is almost done and will make things smaller and tree shakeable.
- Hans is focused on schematics - a library to help you build and generate work flows.
- CLI - Bazel support is a focus right now to make the CLI faster
- Ng update is a smarter way to update dependencies across major versions - it will refactor your project to remove breaking changes and fix breaking changes so you won’t see something is breaking.

Topics Covered:
- What does schematics enable?
- What is ng add and ng update and how are people using them?
- What is the future of the CLI?
- Angular console

You can follow Tracy Lee on twitter @ladyleet, Hans Larsen @hanslatwork, and Ben Lesh @benlesh.

S05E18 Webint with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Stephanie Drescher, and Anton Molleda Quintana

S05E18 Webint with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Stephanie Drescher, and Anton Molleda Quintana

December 4, 2018

In this Modern Web podcast we will be having Stephanie Drescher and Anton Molleda Quintana talk about webhint with our hosts, Tracy Lee and Rob Ocel.

- What is webhint and how can you use it?
- What are some use cases for webhint?
- What hints does webhint give you that are helpful?
- Webhint is cross browser and cross platform, but it can be used without browsers too
- Contributing to webhint - you can too!
- Webhint is a JS Foundation project
- How to use webhint in the community
- What is coming for webhint 2019?
- How can you get involved?
- Learn about Nellie the Narwhal

To learn more about webhint, visit https://webhint.io/

For more Modern Web podcasts, visit https://www.thisdot.co/modern-web

This podcast is sponsored by This Dot Labs, a framework agnostic JavaScript consultancy that helps companies scale their teams. For JavaScript help, visit http://thisdot.co/labs

S05E17 Houdini with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Surma, Aimee Knight, and Vitalii Bobrov

S05E17 Houdini with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, Surma, Aimee Knight, and Vitalii Bobrov

October 17, 2018

Join us for the Modern Web podcast featuring one of our favorite topics: Houdini.

Featuring:
Surma @dassurma
Aimee Knight @aimee_knight
Vitalii Bobrov @bobrov1989

Your Cohosts:
Tracy Lee @ladyleet
Rob Ocel @robocell

Houdini is a project that has been around for a few years, but advancements have made this project increasingly interesting this year.

Topics covered:
* What is houdini?
* What are worklets?
* How is the houdini API structured?
* How does houdini work under the hood?
* Where is houdini today? Where are the specs? Where are other browsers with relation to implementing houdini?
* What is available for folks to contribute? The houdini task force meeting.
* CSS Paint API, custom layout API,
* Where is the documentation?
* Where do we keep up to date on houdini apis?
* How stable are the houdini apis?
* Surma maintains a Google Chrome Labs repository for houdini - a great place for samples.
* ishoudinireadyyet.com - great resource for specs, spec ideas, and where they are at.
* Vitaliy has some great demos https://vitaliy-bobrov.github.io/css-... & https://github.com/vitaliy-bobrov/pos...

S05E16 RxJS with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, OJ Kwon, and Ben Lesh

S05E16 RxJS with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, OJ Kwon, and Ben Lesh

September 27, 2018

In this Modern Web podcast OJ Kwon & Ben Lesh from the RxJS core team will discuss what's new in RxJS with Tracy Lee and Robert Ocel.

Some topics covered:
- What's new in the RxJS latest release
- RxJS testing - what’s available today and coming for tomorrow
- Support for async generators
- RxJS staying framework agnostic
- RxJS and Node - is there support for Node developers?
- RxJS docs
- A marketplace for operators?
- Come contribute to RxJS

If you need RxJS help, visit https://www.thisdot.co/labs

You can follow us on Twitter:
Tracy Lee @ladyleet
Rob Ocel @robocell
Ben Lesh @benlesh
OJ Kwon @_ojkwon

S05E15 NativeScript with Tracy Lee, Nathan Walker, TJ VanToll, and Stanimira Vlaeva

S05E15 NativeScript with Tracy Lee, Nathan Walker, TJ VanToll, and Stanimira Vlaeva

September 5, 2018

Host:
Tracy Lee, Co-Founder, This Dot Labs, RxJS Core Team, Google Developer Expert

Guests:
Nathan Walker, Co-Founder, nStudio
TJ VanToll, Developer Relations at Progress
Stanimira Vlaeva, NativeScript Core Team

Description:
In this episode of the Modern Web podcast, we discuss with 3 different NativeScript people about NativeScript!

We talk about:
What NativeScript is.
How it compares to technologies like React Native.
Integration with Angular, Vue, and other technologies.
NativeScript and code sharing.
What's coming in the next NativeScript 5.0 release?