If you need a database for your app, Prisma promises to make it easy. Nikolas Burk will teach us how!
How fast can two cyberspace hooligans build an app to troll their boss? Tune in and find out as Cassidy Williams and Jason Lengstorf drag Sarah Drasner in app form!
What can we do with TwitchDev EventSub? Anything we want! Prince Wilson will teach us how to build fun, real time interactions using the Twitch API.
How do you give non-developers control over the look and feel of an ecommerce site? Steve Sewell will teach us how to use Next.js, Shopify, and Builderio to do it!
How does Learn With Jason work? In this Q&A and casual working session, Jason will walk through the process of making Learn With Jason and answer your questions about livestreaming!
Using state machines, we can build web apps with low complexity and high confidence. David Khourshid will show us how xstate helps us make sense of state management in web apps.
Let's recreate the popular TikTok timewarp filter using a webcam and TensorFlow.js. Machine learning's favorite mad scientist, Gant Laborde, will teach us how!
In this episode, join Jason for a working session on the Learn With Jason Twitch overlays. This will be a casual Q&A working session, so stop by to learn about streaming and building custom overlays with web technologies!
Making slick, animated video using React might sound far-fetched, but Remotion makes it possible! Jonathan Burger will teach us how.
How will we build web apps in the future? Sunil Pai believes we'll be using esbuild. Let's learn how esbuild and bundlers like Vite built on top of it work to see how it can speed up our dev workflows!
You can build "full stack" apps without becoming an expert in backend tech! In this episode, Ben Hong will teach us how Vue, Hasura, and Netlify Functions combine to powerful apps!
In this episode, Jason will build a state machine (using xstate) to handle subscription events and display them in Twitch overlays.
The worst way to find out about a bug is from your users. In this episode, Ben Vinegar will teach us how Sentry helps us spot errors automatically (and much more)!
Colby Fayock will teach us how we can combine the great content editing experience of Word Press, the flexibility of developing with Next.js, and the power of deploying to Netlify!
In this episode, learn how Joel Hooks creates powerful marketing automation using serverless functions, CustomerIO, and Next.js. This is a peek behind the curtain at Egghead.io!
The modern web is modular, and Prismicio's Slice Machine brings block-based editing to the CMS. In this episode, Lucie Haberer will teach us how to componentize our content management.
Babel might seem like magic, but Laurie Barth is going to teach us how developers of any skill level can build custom Babel plugins for fun and/or profit!
Last time, Emma and Jason built a form and asked you to settle their Taco Bell debate. This time, they'll visualize the results and determine who has the best taste in tacos. 🌮
How do you stand out when applying for jobs? Is there such thing as a "good" tech interview? What questions should you be asking? 😫 Join this Q&A with Sarah Drasner to get your questions answered!
The new VueJS Composition API adds more power and a better developer experience to Vue. Ben Hong joins us again to teach us how we can level up our Vue apps using the Composition API!
Next.js makes building ReactJS apps fast and flexible. In this episode, Scott Moss will teach us what Next can do and what we can build with it!
One of the best ways to learn is to build things that make you smile. In this episode, Jhey Tompkins will teach us to build a playful SVG animation using Greensock.
It’s the holidays, so let’s do something completely different and learn Minecraft! Lindsay Levine will be teaching us how to play. Come join to watch Jason dig himself into a hole (literally)
In this episode, Emma Bostian and Jason will build an app together to settle their taco differences with your help. Make sure to mark your calendar and help settle this debate! 🌮🌮🌮
VueJS has a great reputation, both as a community and as a framework. And in Vue 3, there’s even more to love! Ben Hong will teach us how we can get started building with Vue 3.
If we want to use the Jamstack, but also we need a database, but also you just want to build things and not waste all your energy configuring them? Anthony Campolo will teach us how Redwoodjs can help!
How can you add a database to your Jamstack app? In this episode, Tanmai Gopal will teach us how Hasura gets us up and running quickly with a powerful data layer in no time!
Animated SVGs add a touch of interactive whimsy and polish to our websites. In this episode, Cassie Evans will teach us how to use Greensock to create fun, engaging experiences!
What’s more fun than a soundboard? A soundboard you can play with people around the world in real time! In this episode, David East will teach us how to build one using Firebase!
How can Nx speed up your development workflow for Jamstack sites? In this episode, Adam Barrett will teach us all about it!
Creating custom audio players can be fun AND accessible! In this episode, Lindsey Kopacz teaches us how to build our own audio player in a way that’s usable by all of us.
If you’re building apps with Vue.js, Nuxt is a powerful way to get up and running quickly! In this episode, Maya Shavin teaches us how to combine Nuxt with Cloudinary for high-power, high-speed development!
Lynn Fisher's A Single Div project demonstrates just how far we can creatively push CSS. In this special spooky episode, she’ll teach us how she does it! 🎃
Toast lets us build static sites using modern workflows, creating less complex, super fast websites & apps. Chris Biscardi returns to teach us how to build an MDX & Tailwind-powered Toast blog!
There‘s a lot of buzz about React Query and how much it can simplify your development workflow. In this episode, we’ll learn all about it from the #TanStack creator himself!
How far we go with the Jamstack? In this episode, Kapehe teaches us that, if we combine tools like Sanity, Netlify, and more, the limit may not exist. 🤯
Combining the powerful new features in Vue_js 3 and Apollo Client 3 means we can do some really exciting stuff with our apps! In this episode, Natalia Tepluhina teaches how to do it!
Want to add autocomplete, better linting, and more to your React apps? In this episode, Ben Ilgebodu teaches us how Typescript powers up our React apps.
Did you know that Webmentions let you pull tweets, other blogs, and other activity from around the web into your site? In this episode, Monica Powell teaches us how to add it to a Next.js site!
Modern apps have a lot of moving parts. How can we tell what is happening in our applications and why? In this episode, Shelby Spees teaches us how to use Honeycomb to debug complex systems in production.
Data has been decentralized through APIs, SaaS, & other platforms. Pulling it all together in a developer-friendly way can be tricky. Eve Porcello will teach us to tame our data using GraphQL!
Data visualizations add a ton of clarity and value to our apps, but getting started can be daunting. Shirley Wu teaches us how we can get started with D3.js to make charts, graphs, and more!
Setting up e-commerce doesn’t have to hurt! In this episode, Kelly Vaughn teaches us how she uses Shopify to create great online shopping experiences, and how we can, too!
Looking for a way to stretch your brain and try something new? Come join Prince Wilson as he introduces us to Rust!
In this episode, Obinna Ekwuno teaches us how to build and deploy Gatsby apps on Netlify for blazing fast, fun-to-develop websites!
What is Toast? In this episode, Chris Biscardi teaches us about the next-generation metaframework and shows how it leverages web standards to minimize tooling and maximize performance.
When it comes to audio on the web, the rabbit hole goes deep. In this episode, Ken shows us some of the weird, wonderful, creative ways we can build fun web experiences with audio.
If you want to create an app for iOS, Android, and the web, why not do it all from the same codebase? Brent Vatne teaches us how Expo makes it possible!
Learn how to combine Contentful’s powerful GraphQL API with Stripe to create paid content for your Jamstack app with Stefan Judis!
What happens when Cassidy and Jason take suggestions from chat and try to build something on the fly? Chaos, probably. Come join in on the fun!
We already know that 11ty is powerful. In this episode, Bryan Robinson will teach us how to take 11ty even further with custom plugins!
Building interactive experiences that don’t require people to download an app or be present in-person doesn’t have to be hard — in fact, it can be *fun* Nathaniel Okenwa teaches us how in part two!
If you want to create a Jamstack app quickly, Firebase is a great option. In this episode, David East teaches us how to get started with Firebase to build powerful apps on the Jamstack!
“Can the Jamstack handle enterprise apps?” It can! In this episode, Shruti Kapoor & Jason will explore approaches for enterprise GraphQL + Jamstack apps.
Do you have multiple data sources in your org? Apollo Federation promises to unify your data in a single GraphQL API. Alex Banks teaches us what it is, how it works & how you can use it!
When it comes to animation, there are a few tips & tricks that take them from “neat” to “HOLY WOW” animation master Sarah Drasner teaches us how to take our animations to the next level!
Did you know you can combine GitHub Actions with Netlify to build powerful integrations? Benjamin Lannon teaches us all about it in this episode!
How do you design a physical space? Matt Howard will teach us how spatial design creates useful AND beautiful environments.
Have you ever wondered how Twitch overlays and chatbots work? LuckyNoS7evin will teach us all about it in this episode!
Let’s bring Secret Sandwich to life! Joel Hooks and Jason Lengstorf will start work on the Secret Sandwich web app.
In this episode, Christian Nwamba teaches us how we can build incredibly powerful apps without the overhead of managing lots of infrastructure by combining Hasura, serverless functions, and the Jamstack.
We were promised mind-controlled apps in the future — and with Charlie Gerard the future is now! In this episode, she teaches us about neurotech by building a thought-controlled app.
Building interactive experiences that don’t require people to download an app or be present in-person doesn’t have to be hard — in fact, it can be *fun* Nathaniel Okenwa teaches us how!
Can a CMS handle all the requirements of a full-blown app? Espen Hovlandsdal teaches us how to use Sanity and Netlify Functions to handle user input in Jamstack apps!
Are you interested in contributing to open source projects, but aren't sure where to start? In this episode, Jason will walk through the process of contributing to https://www.rebuildblackbusiness.com/ by picking up open issues and creating pull requests.
Service Workers are extremely powerful — in this episode, Jem Young and Jason will do Service Worker experiments to see what kind of fun we can cook up!
How can you be sure the code you ship does what you expect it to do? Dr. Gleb Bahmutov teaches us how to add end-to-end tests to Jamstack sites with Cypress & Netlify build plugins.
Figma is a powerful tool for creating designs and collaborating with team members. In this episode, Ryan Warner gives a feature tour and teaches us the fundamentals.
Subscriptions power most web-based businesses. In this episode, Thor 雷神 teaches us how to let customers purchase & manage subscriptions with Stripe in JAMstack apps.
What happens when Cassidy Williams joins Jason to build an interactive game? A whole lot of shenanigans, we hope! Join the fun as Cassidy & Jason build something fun together & try to make each other laugh
Secret Sandwich lives! In this episode, Leslie Waara will teach us how to wireframe and design a website.
How do you protect sensitive data like API keys on the Jamstack? in this episode, Joyce Lin teaches us how to use Postman to rapidly prototype and develop secure Jamstack apps!
Adding Apple Pay and Google Pay for website purchases is a HUGE convenience boost. In this episode, Thor 雷神 teaches us how Stripe makes mobile payments fast to add!
What are Netlify Build Plugins? In this episode, Jason looks at how Netlify Build Plugins provide powerful, cross-framework utilities that give our builds superpowers.
Create a fully dynamic app on the Jamstack with a custom API built with Strapi and deployed on DigitalOcean. Chris On Code teaches us how to create and deploy custom APIs + interact with them using serverless functions.
Apollo is one of the most popular GraphQL libraries available today. In this episode, Khalil Stemmler teaches us how to get started with Apollo Client's latest major release.
Observable lets us write code & see it work instantly with realtime data visualization. in this episode, Anjana Vakil teaches us how fast & fun it can be to build dataviz using Observable!
Video can be beautiful and engaging, but if we don’t pay attention to performance it can also make our sites slooooow. In this episode, Doug Sillars teaches us how to make video on the web fast!
Animation in ReactJS using Framer Motion is powerful and flexible. In this episode, Framer Motion author Matt Perry teaches us about the magic that’s possible when using it!
Thor 雷神 & Nick DeJesus teach us how to accept donations on our JAMstack sites using Stripe, whether we’re building an app for a non-profit or adding a “buy me a coffee” button to a blog.
For image & video processing, Cloudinary is a top-notch tool. In this episode, Domitrius Clark teaches us how to combine Cloudinary and GraphQL for incredible asset management!
The holy bucket lives! In this episode, Shirley Wu returns to the show to continue teaching us how to create custom data visualizations using SVG, Vue, and D3.js.
Design systems are a hot topic, but how do you make sure your design system is useful? More importantly, how do you make sure people actually use it? In this episode, Dan Mall teaches us the fundamentals of design systems and how they can help us be more effective.
Where does the content for our Jamstack sites live? In this episode, Dave Darnes teaches us how Ghost makes content management on the Jamstack so easy it‘s spooky!
How do users sign up for things on Jamstack sites? In THE 100TH EPISODE OF LEARN WITH JASON, Ramin Sedighi teaches us to use Netlify Forms & Netlify Functions to handle user input
Making your website available in multiple languages is a great way to expand your audience. In this episode, Aisha Blake teaches us how to add i18n to our Gatsby sites!
How does ecommerce work on the Jamstack? In this episode, Thor 雷神 (https://twitter.com/thorwebdev) teaches us how to use Gatsby, Netlify Functions, and Stripe to start selling products on your website in minutes!
For independent creators, finding ways to charge for creations helps keep the dream alive. In this episode, Chris Biscardi (https://twitter.com/chrisbiscardi) and Jason will add Stripe payments to the Party Corgi website.
State machines help us visualize complex UI logic and make our components much more predictable and error resistant. In this episode, Jason creates a state machine using xstate to manage the opening and closing of an animated cart component.
Do you wish you could build your own video game, but it seems impossibly hard? This episode is for you: Cody (https://twitter.com/halvves) teaches us how to use PlayCanvas to collaboratively build games using WebGL!
Content writers love the content management workflows that WordPress provides. Devs love the developer experience of using Gatsby. And when you combine the two? Everyone wins! In this episode, Zac Gordon (https://twitter.com/zgordon) teaches us how to power Gatsby sites with WordPress and how to add dynamic features!
Make smooth, interactive CSS animations with CSS Variables! In this episode, Stephen Shaw (https://twitter.com/shshaw) teaches us how to create custom text animations and Twitch overlays using CSS, HTML and Splitting.js.
When it comes to creative uses of typography on the web, few people can hold a candle to Mandy Michael (https://twitter.com/Mandy_Kerr). In this episode, Mandy teaches us how to create our own text effects!
Shipping ecommerce sites on the JAMstack is more approachable than you might think. In this episode, Nader Dabit (https://twitter.com/dabit3) teaches us how to use the JAMstack CMS to deploy ecommerce sites on the JAMstack quickly.
In this episode, Learn With Jason moderator Darrik Moberg (https://twitter.com/MDarrik) continues teaching us how to create custom extensions for Twitch that work on both the website and apps.
If you like the idea of using Gatsby, but prefer to use Vue over React, this episode is for you! Gift Egwuenu (https://twitter.com/lauragift21) teaches us how to use Gridsome to create a personal blog website.
Join Jason as he adds theme-ui to Netlify’s brand new Gatsby + Shopify swag store, with lots of shenanigans along the way.
How do you create a Gatsby + Shopify site from scratch? In this episode, Jason starts with an empty folder and creates a new Gatsby site that pulls Shopify data.
If you want to build your site using Vue and get all the speed and convenience of static sites, Nuxt is a great option. In this episode, Shirley Wu (https://twitter.com/sxywu) and Jason will dive into Nuxt to lay the foundation for Shirley‘s new site.
Have you ever wanted to know what you look like as a party corgi? In this episode, Chris Biscardi (https://twitter.com/chrisbiscardi) returns to the show to create custom party corgi GIFs in the browser.
How do we turn an idea into a plan? In this episode, Jason walks through his process for converting a design and an idea into a technical scope and plan.
If you have a bunch of different REST APIs that you need to use in one site, it can be cumbersome to connect to all of them separately. In this episode, Sebastian Scholl (https://twitter.com/sebscholl) will teach us how to use 8base to combine multiple REST APIs into a single, unified GraphQL API.
When you're shipping websites and apps, one of the most important things is that they look right to the people using them. In this episode, Angie Jones (https://twitter.com/techgirl1908) teaches us how to use Cypress and Applitools to ensure that we're shipping things that look right, every time.
Creating maps might seem intimidating, but Eli Fitch (https://twitter.com/elifitch) joins us in this episode to teach us how Mapbox can make creating custom, interactive maps a little more approachable and a whole lot more fun!
From software licenses to monthly boxes to recurring donations, adding subscriptions is a common need for web developers. In this episode, Nick DeJesus (https://twitter.com/dayhaysoos) teaches us how to set up subscriptions using Stripe and add recurring payment buttons to your website.
If you want to build a JAMstack site, there are lots of great options out there. In this episode, Zach Leatherman (https://twitter.com/zachleat) teaches us how Eleventy makes building static sites fast and fun.
Did you know that Angular can generate static sites now? With Scully, it’s now possible! In this episode, Tara Z. Manicsic teaches us how to create JAMstack sites with Angular and Scully.
What’s better than a corgi? A Party Corgi! On this episode, Papa Party Corgi himself, Chris Biscardi, joins to build the Party Corgi official website using Gatsby. (The Party Corgi Network is a community of livestreamers and stream watchers. You should join!)
To get the best possible website performance, we should be optimizing our images, generating different sizes for different viewport resolutions, and adding support for lazyloading. That’s a lot of work — unless you automate it. In this episode, Phil Hawksworth (https://twitter.com/philhawksworth) teaches us how to improve image performance automatically using AST transformations.
Advent of Code is a great opportunity to try out new languages for fun, even if you may never use them for work. In this episode, Jason will try to teach himself ReasonML while working through the first few Advent of Code challenges.
When people talk about modern web frameworks, Vue is almost always included on the list. In this episode, Divya Sasidharan (https://twitter.com/shortdiv) teaches us how we can get started with Vue for building web apps and sites.
Now that Gatsby Themes have been launched, where should you start with a new site? In this episode, Will Johnson (https://twitter.com/willjohnsonio) pairs with Jason to work on his personal Gatsby site. Follow along to learn how you can get started with Gatsby and Gatsby Themes today!
If you want to show specific information on a Twitch profile, how do you do that? In this episode, Learn With Jason moderator Darrik Moberg (https://twitter.com/MDarrik) teaches us how to create custom extensions for Twitch that work on both the website and apps.
In this follow-up to the previous stream on abstract syntax trees (ASTs), Jason dives deeper and tries to figure out how to rewrite HTML image tags to use srcSets, cloud image processing, and other performance optimizations.
What are abstract syntax trees (ASTs)? How can we use them to make changes to files? In this episode, Jason dives into the world of ASTs and writes his first transformation using unified, remark, and rehype.
In this video, Jason adds Netlify Functions to his Gatsby site to enable dynamic functionality on a JAMstack app. We start by setting up an Express API, then go through writing serverless functions to send button clicks to that API.
Whether you’re working with a team, a client, or both, any project you build will likely end up with a long list of things that need to be included on the page. How do you fit it all in while keeping the page readable, uncrowded, and pleasing to look at? In this episode, Tatiana Mac teaches us how to add art direction into our development projects.
Shirley Wu creates art from data. In this episode, Shirley takes the decisions we made in part one of this miniseries and teaches us how to turn them into gorgeous, computer-generated data visualizations.
What is Nest.js, and how does it make building APIs easier? In this episode, Ryan Chenkie (https://twitter.com/ryanchenkie) teaches us how to create a GraphQL API using Nest.js, then builds a Gatsby site using the data.
One of the more exciting features GitHub has released is GitHub Actions. On this episode, Brian Douglas joins to teach us what GitHub Actions can do. (Hint: they can do a *lot*.)
Variable fonts have been quietly making the web more capable and performant for a couple years now, but there’s a good chance we haven’t noticed. In this episode, Jason Pamental (https://twitter.com/jpamental) teaches us how variable fonts work and how we can use them *right now* to add better art direction and performance to our web projects.
In the second installment of this two-part special Halloween episode, Gant Laborde (https://twitter.com/GantLaborde) teaches us how to use machine learning to add spooky masks to photos with face-api.js, a facial recognition library powered by TensorFlow.
In the second installment of this two-part special Halloween episode, Gant Laborde (https://twitter.com/GantLaborde) teaches us how to use machine learning to add spooky masks to photos with face-api.js, a facial recognition library powered by TensorFlow.
Netlify CMS is a way for developers to manage site content through Git, but with a UI. And with new support for open authoring in GitHub, getting a community contribution is more approachable than you might think. Benaiah Mischenko teaches us how to get started with Netlify CMS and walks us through setting up Open Authoring.
Fauna is a database that's friendly to start with for serverless apps. In this episode, Summer Schrader and Bruno Quaresma teach us how to use Fauna to power a Twitch chatbot.
Shirley Wu creates art from data. In this episode, Shirley teaches us how to approach creating a beautiful data visualization and shares her process for making complex data into stunning, understandable designs.
Creating a memorable logo for your app or company is challenging. On this episode, Maggie Appleton joins to share her techniques for creating, sketching, and illustrating incredible logos.
How can you get started quickly with building professional-looking apps? On this episode, Marquet Reid joins to teach us how to quickly create websites and apps using Material UI.
In a marathon solo stream, Jason builds out most of a Gatsby transformer plugin to upload local files to Cloudinary and add support for using Cloudinary images in gatsby-image.
How simple can it be to create a website, get a custom domain, build a serverless API, configure automatic deployments, and take the whole thing live? With ZEIT’s suite of tools, it can be pretty dang simple. On this episode, Leo Lamprecht teaches us how it works.
When you have a new idea for an app, where should you start? On this episode, Marisa Morby will teach us how to take an idea from zero to actionable using UX design techniques like user workflows and lo-fi prototyping.
3D rendering can be intimidating — but it doesn’t have to be! On this episode, Sarah Drasner joins to give us an intro to 3D rendering in three.js.
Can a GraphQL node get data from two different places? Can we use GraphQL to normalize data form different sources? Mikhail Novikov teaches us advanced GraphQL patterns with Gatsby so you can create extremely powerful apps and websites.
GraphQL is one of the most powerful advances in accessing and managing data in a long time. On this episode, Phil Pluckthun and Jovi De Croock will teach us how to set up a GraphQL-powered front-end using URQL, a customizable, extendable GraphQL client.
Managing images and video for the web can be a pain: resizing, color adjustment, switching file formats, cropping, and so many other small adjustments add up to a large hassle. On this episode, Tessa Mero joins to teach us how Cloudinary makes media management quick and painless using their image and video APIs.
3D animation in the browser can be super intimidating. In this episode, Paul Henschel joins to teach us how to use react-three-fiber to create high-performance 3D animations and shapes in the browser.
Strapi is an open source, self-hosted Node.js headless CMS, which makes it a great option for setting up a Gatsby site. On this episode, David Kartuzinski (https://twitter.com/kai_dawei) joins to teach us how to set up Strapi from scratch to power a Gatsby site.
How do beats get made? In this episode, Joe, a.k.a. Steel Tipped Dove joins to teach us how to create beats in Logic Pro X using samples and built-in instruments.
Sara Vieira is the queen of memes. On this episode, she joins to teach us how to build a fun, silly website to showcase her many amazing memes and make them interactive.
Contentful provides a flexible, powerful content management back-end, which pairs really well with Gatsby. In this episode, Khaled Garbaya will teach us how to use Contentful to power Gatsby sites.
How can you create data visualization that works well in progressive web apps? On this episode, Swizec Teller joins to teach us how to use D3, React, and Gatsby to create SSR-friendly data visualizations for high performance dataviz.
Creating design systems with great documentation and examples can be a pain. MDX makes it *far* less painful — on this episode, Kathleen McMahon (https://twitter.com/resource11) joins to teach us how to create excellent documentation for a design system using MDX and Gatsby.
Did you know you can create collaborative video chat apps *really fast* using Twilio and Gatsby? Nathaniel Okenwa teaches us how to integrate Twilio's developer-friendly APIs with Gatsby to create an interactive video chat app.
Learn how serverless functions work with GraphQL on AWS. Kurt Kemple (https://twitter.com/kurtiskemple) will teach us how to set up our own serverless GraphQL functions and use them with a Gatsby site.
How does Gatsby load data from other platforms and sources? And how do we actually use that data once it’s loaded? On this episode, Brittney Ball (https://twitter.com/Brii_toe_knee) pairs with Jason to create a source plugin and build a site using its data.
How do you schedule a post to go live in the future when using Gatsby? In this stream, Kelly Vaughn (https://twitter.com/kvlly) pairs with Jason to dive into scheduled content with cron jobs, webhooks, and other strategies for postdated content. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-cron
If you work with Drupal and need a high-performance front-end, Gatsby is a great option! In this stream, Grant Glidewell (https://twitter.com/grantglidewell) teaches us how to use Decoupled Drupal with Gatsby to build flexible, high-performance websites and apps. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-drupal
Join Laurie Barth (https://twitter.com/laurieontech) as she pairs with Jason to learn more about what Gatsby can do to make building your website fun and fast! Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-laurie
Did you know WordPress & Gatsby are great together? In this stream, Jason Bahl (https://twitter.com/jasonbahl) teaches us how to use WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields and WPGraphQL to create an powerful, flexible admin dashboard, then query and display that data in a Gatsby site. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-wpgraphql
Join Amberley Romo (https://twitter.com/amber1ey) and Jason as they build out support for a podcast theme to take a podcast RSS feed and turn it into a full website. This episode digs into Gatsby source plugin internals, linking between data nodes, and debugging Gatsby APIs. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-rss
How do you create clear, helpful documentation and demos for Gatsby themes? In this livestream, Horacio Herrera (https://twitter.com/hhg2288) pairs with Jason to add documentation and an example to a theme. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-theme-docs
If you work on a large team or a complex app, you may have used a microservices architecture or the newer microfrontend architecture. In this stream, Chris Biscardi (https://twitter.com/chrisbiscardi) teaches Jason how to use Gatsby as the orchestration layer for complex and/or large-team apps. Discuss this video on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-microfrontends
Join Emma Bostian (https://twitter.com/EmmaBostian) as she pairs with Jason to build her first Gatsby theme!
Gatsby themes open up a lot of incredible opportunities, and theme-ui might just be the perfect tool for making themes composable, interoperable, and even more powerful. Brent Jackson (https://twitter.com/jxnblk) will teach us how to build even better Gatsby themes with theme-ui!
Learn how to set up user authentication and role-based permissions in Hasura from Vladimir Novick (https://twitter.com/vladimirnovick). We dive into how to use Hasura to manage data, Auth0 to manage authentication and roles, and how to tie those together in Hasura for a really great developer experience.
Learn along with Henry Zhu (https://twitter.com/left_pad) and Jason Lengstorf as we extend Amberley Romo’s podcast theme. We dive into modifying the Syntax.fm podcast player to work with Gatsby themes!
Kentico Cloud promises to deliver “omnichannel experiences” as a headless CMS. I have no idea what that means, but we’ll find out during this episode! Ondrej Polesny (https://twitter.com/ondrabus) teaches us how to build a blog using Kentico Cloud and Gatsby.
Airtable is like Excel with rocket boosters. Learn along with Jason as Giovanni Briggs (https://twitter.com/thef1rstpancake) from Airtable teaches us how to build a Gatsby site using Airtable as the CMS.
Want to add authentication and dynamic actions to your Gatsby sites with very little setup? Shawn Wang (https://twitter.com/swyx) shows us how Netlify Identity gives us a quick way to set up authentication, then teaches us how to send requests to a database using serverless (also called "lambda") functions.
Adding custom search to your site doesn’t need to be hard! Bram Adams from the Algolia team will teach us how to implement a custom search on a Gatsby site.
Follow along as Nader Dabit (https://twitter.com/dabit3) teaches us how to create a GraphQL API using AWS Amplify (specifically AppSync), build a Gatsby site using that GraphQL API, then deploy it using AWS Amplify.
Mike Hartington (https://twitter.com/mhartington) teaches us how to use the Ionic framework with React.
Making websites accessible is a great way to make sure we’re always building great experiences for everyone. In this episode, Marcy Sutton (https://twitter.com/marcysutton) teaches us how to automate accessibility (a11y) testing, and walks through tools for manually checking the most critical sections of our apps.
What are state machines? How are they helpful? In this episode, David Khourshid (https://twitter.com/DavidKPiano) walks us through refactoring a React component to use xstate, which helps us clear up some bugs and add more predictability.
What is Glitch, and what does it mean for community, development, and learning? In this podcast, Potch (https://twitter.com/potch) teaches Jason how Glitch works and how you can use it for Gatsby projects and a whole lot more!
How do you convert an existing Gatsby site to a Gatsby theme? In this screencast, Greg Rickaby (https://twitter.com/GregRickaby) converts his site, https://gregrickaby.dev, to a Gatsby theme.
We want to capture feedback from the community on our documentation to make sure we’re meeting people’s needs and constantly improving. Marcy Sutton (https://twitter.com/marcysutton) teaches Jason Lengstorf (https://twitter.com/jlengstorf) how to build an accessible feedback widget using React.
In this stream, we learn how to integrate Auth0 to add authentication to your Gatsby apps.
Learn how to add realtime updates to your apps using Hasura and Gatsby.
Make sure your Gatsby sites and apps are reliable and high quality with a good testing strategy.
Learn how to add user accounts to your app using Okta and Gatsby.
Learn how to build an internationalized website using GraphCMS and Gatsby.
Learn all about React Hooks and how they change the way we write components. Sidhartha Chatterjee (https://twitter.com/chatsidhartha) teaches Jason Lengstorf what it means to write and refactor code with React Hooks, and shows off some new hooks that were just added to Gatsby.
Gatsby Themes are the Next Big Thing™ for building web sites and apps. In this stream, John Otander (https://twitter.com/4lpine) teaches Jason Lengstorf (https://twitter.com/jlengstorf) how to build a Gatsby theme from scratch, how to use it, and how to create child themes.
Espen Hovlandsdal (https://twitter.com/rexxars) teaches Jason Lengstorf (https://twitter.com/jlengstorf) how to build a portfolio site using Sanity.io and Gatsby. Along the way, there are some really mind-blowing moments for content editing, including real-time collaboration, live updates, and image editing.
In this video, Thorsten Schaeff (https://twitter.com/thorwebdev) teaches Jason how to build an e-commerce store using the new Stripe Checkout.
Emma Bostian (https://emmawedekind.com) and Jason Lengstorf work on converting Emma’s portfolio page to use `gatsby-image` for better performance and user experience. Along the way they talk about StaticQuery, GraphQL, and how Emma designs websites.
In this video, Tony Spiro (https://twitter.com/tonyspiro) walks Jason Lengstorf through the process of creating a Cosmic JS site, adding content, and displaying that content on a Gatsby site.
In this episode, Gant Laborde (https://twitter.com/GantLaborde) teaches Jason how to build an app to tell whether an uploaded photo is Jason or Kyle Shevlin. Along the way, they talk about how facial recognition algorithms work, the ethical implications, and building for "The Dumb Internet".
Katie Fujihara (https://twitter.com/KatieFujihara) joins us today to build her very first Gatsby website. This is a great stream for anyone who’s new to Gatsby and wants to get an idea of how to create pages, link between them, and create pages dynamically.
In this episode, Sean Grove (https://twitter.com/sgrove) teaches us how to use OneGraph — a super powerful way to combine data from lots of different apps into a single, unified GraphQL API — in a Gatsby app that loads the latest from a few of our favorite podcasts. We even set up webhooks to automatically rebuild the site whenever a new episode is available!
In this stream, Nader Dabit (https://twitter.com/dabit3) teaches me to use the AWS Amplify CLI (https://aws-amplify.github.io/) to deploy a Gatsby (https://gatsbyjs.org) site.