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.
If you want to create an interactive app that allows people to vote, where should you start? Brandon Roberts will teach us how to build the whole dang thing using Appwrite.
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.
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!
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!
Learn how to create clean, beautiful React UIs! Shaundai Person will teach us how to combine function-style React components with Styled Components.
Making slick, animated video using React might sound far-fetched, but Remotion makes it possible! Jonathan Burger will teach us how.
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. 🌮
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! 🌮🌮🌮
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.