It’s another potluck! In this episode, Scott and Wes answer your questions about libraries vs frameworks, Firefox, who would win a thumb war, and more!Prismic - Sponsor
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01:37 - Q: Why does React bill itself as a library instead of a framework?
03:14 - Q: Are y’all still using Firefox now that it has been six months?
06:30 - Q: Is it possible to do a hasty treat regarding the Brave browser? Would love to hear your opinion on the tech, view on the approach and why we could need another browser in 2020. Peace!
09:34 - Q: Who would win in a thumb war, Wes or Scott?
10:56 - Q: What are your thoughts on XState and state machines for managing state in apps? I’ve been super interested in trying to use it, eager to hear what you both think. Also, wondering if you’d have any recommendations on how to use it with Apollo, whether to use XState’s internal context to store app state, or use the Apollo cache.
14:53 - Q: Should I start a new project with jQuery or React?
17:21 - Q: I’m a young teen (60 different pages? How do you organize the REST-ful API? How do you resolve dependencies between API endpoint 1 and API endpoint 2? How do you share information between multiple components in VUE-State-Management?
42:44 - Q: I’ve done Wes’ NextJS course and he uses Styled Components instead of Next’s own styled-jsx. What are your opinions on styled-jsx, and why you do (or do not) use it?Links
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