Chris & Dave talk about Edge going Chrome, a bit of follow up from last episode about Virtual Machines, thoughts on designing a website to last, a question about Rails plus React, and a question about how to move from CoffeeScript to something current.
- Goodreads: The Wizard and the Prophet / The Wizard and the Prophet
- The End of Indie Web Browsers
- Flow Browser / @FlowBrowser
- Opera accused of predatory loan apps
- This page is designed to last
- Virtual Box
- Virtual Machines
Clubhouse is a fast and enjoyable project management platform that breaks down silos and brings teams together to ship value, not features.
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AWS Amplify is a suite of tools that enables you to build full stack serverless and cloud-based web and mobile apps using your framework or technology of choice on the front end.
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