Did you know you can use TypeScript in serverless functions on Netlify with no build step? Tomasz Łakomy will show us how to get started!
The Rust Language ecosystem is gaining steam as a powerful, friendly, and FAST way to build all sorts of things. In this episode, John Breen will teach us how to build a custom command line interface using Rust!
We all know performance is important, but we *don't* always know how to find what's causing slowdowns. In this episode, Tim Kadlec will teach us how to audit websites to find the slowdowns!
Blitz.js is "a batteries-included framework" for building full stack apps with React. In this episode, Brandon Bayer will teach us how it works!
FlutterFlow is a visual builder for Flutter + Firebase apps. In this episode, Abel Mengistu will teach us how it works!
What's new in GitHub Actions? Brian Douglas will teach us all about: - Fine-grain permissions in Actions - GitHub cloud environment management - Dependent jobs in actions
After an introduction to how we can navigate with screenreaders, Ben Myers will teach us how we can use CSS to influence what screenreaders will announce.
In this solo stream, Jason tries to remember how GSAP works to animate a smashburger SVG.
Sleuth is a way to get metrics about deployments that will "make shipping less stressful for developers" — Don Brown will teach us how!
In this episode, Jason is going to look at the new Gatsby Functions feature and see how it works on Netlify!
Making sure our apps and websites are accessible is a must-have for shipping. How can we be sure we're meeting a11y needs? Marcy Sutton will teach us how!
A lot has changed in Redux since it was originally created. In this episode, Mark Erikson will teach us about Redux Toolkit an React-Redux hooks.
What if you could bring compute to your data? In this episode, Rob Sutter teaches us how to create user-defined functions in Fauna to implement custom business logic right in your database.
GitHub has powerful APIs, and with Octokit we can do just about anything on GitHub through code. Gregor Martynus will teach us how!
In this solo episode, Jason will work through building an app with serverless functions using distributed persistent rendering.
Can we combine the best parts of no-code and custom code? Amy Dutton thinks we can! She'll teach us how to build prototypes with Framer that combine design components with custom code components.
When it comes to taking notes, there are a lot of different options. In this episode, Hung-Su will teach us about how you can use Obsidian to take beautiful notes!