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- 02:34 How do you resolve errors when starting up a project with npm that you haven’t touched in awhile?
- 07:50 Any advice for using social media to network?
- 16:44 What bundler are you reaching for when building a React component library?
- 18:37 Do you have experience with optimizing third party scripts like Google Analytics?
- 21:37 What’s your opinion on a “offline-first” mentality?
- MongoDB Realm
- 25:09 Sponsor: Prismic
- 26:48 How do you make web components with Svelte?
- Build web components in Svelte
- Using custom elements in Svelte
- 30:35 When talking about “responsive” web design do people generally mean using flexbox or grid?
- Responsive Design at 10
- Responsive Web Design
- A Book Apart - Responsive Web Design
- 35:24 Sponsor: Sentry
- 36:53 Do you have any tips for staying in React-land for just spinning up a fresh site quickly?
- 40:47 Who or what helps you produce and distribute the podcast?
- Lemon Productions
- Chris Enns on Twitter
- 46:08 Should a majority of _lodash functions be considered deprecated follow up
- 48:18 Sponsor: Freshbooks
- 48:52 Do you have any tips or tricks to deal with backend data date issues?
- 52:23 Is the “col” system the peak of how we handle CSS, or should we start using more built-in functions?
- 55:25 Why you you need CSS Color Functions at runtime instead of just pre-calculating these values once as a build step using LESS or SASS?
- 58:58 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××
- 03:12 Shameless Plugs