Thursday, August 3 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Add a Figma-like multiplayer editor experience, share & invite dialogs, a document browser, and more using Liveblocks. Steven Fabre will teach us how.
Thursday, June 22 @ 9:30 AM PDT
It's mind-boggling what you can accomplish in the browser these days. Gabriel Daltoso joins to teach us how to build a simple code editor using the WebContainer API with StackBlitz.
Thursday, June 8 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Redux is still wildly popular. Mark Erikson is back to make sure we get the most from modern Redux. Learn common misconceptions, gotchas, best practices + patterns you might not need anymore direct from the maintainers!
Tuesday, May 23 @ 9:30 AM PDT
How do you build apps in a landscape where most of your data is coming from different APIs? Jens Neuse, the founder of WunderGraph, is out to provide a solution.
Thursday, March 23 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Science fiction? Mark Erikson is here to show us how time travel is not only possible thanks to Replay, but hugely helpful in debugging apps.
Thursday, March 9 @ 9:30 AM PST
Mobile apps to help your team track & manage internal processes are extremely helpful, but what if you don't have any mobile devs on staff? Kevin Whinnery will teach us how to build a custom internal mobile app using Retool — no mobile dev expertise required.
Thursday, January 19 @ 9:30 AM PST
Docusaurus 2.0 adds support for MDX, file system routing, plugins, and more! Maintainer Sébastien Lorber will give us a tour.
Tuesday, July 26 @ 10:30 AM PDT
Build, inspect, edit, and export animations made with CSS and Motion One using this Chrome extension from the Motion team. Matt Perry will show us how it works.
Thursday, July 7 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Script Kit is an open source tool to optimize developer workflows. Creator John Lindquist will teach us how we can use it to boost our efficiency.
Thursday, May 12 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Retool promises to help us "build internal tools, remarkably fast". In this episode, Hirday Gupta will teach us how to build an app backend and UI quickly.
Thursday, May 5 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Contentlayer is an SDK that transforms content from any source (including Markdown) into type-safe JSON. Johannes Schickling will teach us how it works and how we can use it in our own projects.
Tuesday, April 26 @ 10:30 AM PDT
Managing large, complex, and/or multi-team codebases can be simplified by using a monorepo approach. In this episode, Juri Strumpflohner will teach us how to use Nx to build and deploy React apps.
Friday, April 15 @ 9:30 AM PDT
The speed of esbuild is incredible, but what happens if you need it to do more? Chance Strickland will teach us how to extend esbuild with custom plugins in this episode.
Tuesday, October 26 @ 10:30 AM PDT
Getting your development environment set up to be effective can have a huge impact on your productivity. Jennifer Wadella will teach us how to optimize our setup!
Thursday, August 19 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Creating and automating workflows unlocks a ton of developer productivity. In this episode, Ahmad Awais will teach us how to design and build our own Node powered CLI automation!
Thursday, July 15 @ 9:30 AM PDT
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!
Thursday, July 1 @ 9:30 AM PDT
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
Tuesday, June 1 @ 10:30 AM PDT
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!
Tuesday, May 18 @ 10:30 AM PDT
GitHub has powerful APIs, and with Octokit we can do just about anything on GitHub through code. Gregor Martynus will teach us how!
Tuesday, April 27 @ 10:30 AM PDT
While automation is a highly valued process in most toolkits, creating your own workflow automations can often seem daunting. In this lesson, Matt Hojo will be teaching us how to build custom workflow automations with n8n!
With special guest host Ben Hong!
Thursday, March 4 @ 9:30 AM PST
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!
Thursday, February 4 @ 9:30 AM PST
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!
Tuesday, November 24 @ 10:30 AM PST
Tuesday, November 10 @ 10:30 AM PST
How can Nx speed up your development workflow for Jamstack sites? In this episode, Adam Barrett will teach us all about it!
Thursday, July 9 @ 9:30 AM PDT
Did you know you can combine GitHub Actions with Netlify to build powerful integrations? Benjamin Lannon teaches us all about it in this episode!
Thursday, April 30 @ 12:00 AM PDT
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.
Thursday, November 21 @ 12:00 AM PST
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.
Monday, November 18 @ 12:00 AM PST
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.
Monday, November 4 @ 3:30 PM PST
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*.)
Monday, August 5 @ 12:00 AM PDT
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
Friday, April 19 @ 12:00 AM PDT
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.
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