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2:30 - Who is David K Piano?
4:00 - Did you have a background in animation prior to web development?
5:45 - How did you build the CSS Responsive House on Codepen?
8:36 - What are state machines?
14:47 - How does it relate to programming?
17:20 - How do you go about changing states?
20:20 - Is this similar to how RxJS works?
21:40 - How would state machine work in CSS?
29:07 - Perspective in CSS
34:47 - How do you like Twitch vs YouTube?
35:48 - How do you add XState to a current project?
41:42 - Visualizing sate machines
46:15 - Do you have a day job as well?Links
- David’s Codepen
- CSS Responsive House
- Tailwind CSS
- Keygrame.rs Patreon
- David: XState and Keyframe.rs
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