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Let’s Learn! Intro Sessions

Take your first steps with a new tool in these learning sessions for beginners. Follow along with an expert teacher as they introduce you to the basics of tools, techniques, frameworks, and more in these episodes.

Let's Learn Auth0 Actions!

We can extend our identity code using Auth0 Actions. Will Johnson will teach us how to use serverless and a drag-and-drop interface to build custom identity flows.

Let's Learn Motion DevTools!

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.

Let’s Learn Blender!

Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite. In this episode, Prince Wilson will teach us how to get started building our own 3D designs.

Let’s Learn Netlify Edge Functions

In a solo episode, Jason will dig into the new Netlify Edge Functions. Learn what edge computing enables, what you can build with it, and how to get started.

Let's Learn tRPC!

The promise of tRPC is end-to-end typesafe APIs. In this episode, Alex / KATT will teach us what that means and how we can get started using tRPC in a React app.

Let’s Learn CommandBar!

Adding a ⌘+K shortcut to open a command palette in your app is a great way to give your users more control. CommandBar lets you add powerful search, nav, & custom actions quickly. James Evans will teach us how!

Let's Learn Passwordless Auth!

Passwordless auth is an exciting and convenient way to let your users access your apps. In this episode, Maricris Bonzo will teach us how to use Magic Labs to enable it for your apps!

Let's Learn SolidJS

SolidJS is an exciting framework with a small (6.4kb) footprint, a reactive, component-based approach, and incredible performance. In this episode, Ryan Carniato will teach us how to get started with our first SolidJS app!

Let's Learn Remix!

Remix is a React-based framework focused on web fundamentals and modern UX. In this episode, Ryan Florence will teach us what makes it different and how to get started with it!

Let's Learn TensorFlow.js!

What is TensorFlow.js, what can you use it for, and how can you get started with it? Bekah Hawrot Weigel will teach us all about it!

Let's Learn Blitz.js!

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!

Let's Learn FlutterFlow

FlutterFlow is a visual builder for Flutter + Firebase apps. In this episode, Abel Mengistu will teach us how it works!

Ship Less JavaScript with Astro

Astro is a way to build websites that ships zero JavaScript by default. Only add JS when you need it for maximum performance! Fred K. Schott will teach us how it works.

Let's Learn Kotlin/JS!

Kotlin lets us write code once, then target multiple platforms — including JavaScript! Sebastian Aigner will teach us how to use Kotlin/JS to write type-safe JS apps in Kotlin.

Let's Learn Vue's Composition API!

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!

Let's Learn Next.js!

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!

Let's Learn React!

React is everywhere: it’s used in single-person side projects and Fortune 50 apps. In this episode, Ali Spittel will introduce us to one of the leading JavaScript frameworks out there!

Let's Learn TypeScript!

Code autocomplete, intuitive errors, and using code to clearly communicate with your teammates? Yes please! Orta Therox teaches us how TypeScript-powered JavaScript gives us all this and more.

Let's Learn Vue 3!

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.

Let's Learn RedwoodJS!

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!