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Best Benedikt Deicke podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Benedikt Deicke podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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In this episode, Adam is joined by Michael Chan to talk about how people who identify as React developers are building real web applications, and why it seems like nobody is talking about databases or background jobs anymore. Topics include: What do people actually mean when they say "I used to use Rails, but now I use React"? Why back-end developm…
 
In this episode, Adam is joined by Sam Selikoff to talk about some of the interesting technical challenges he faced building Tailwind UI, and how working on the project has influenced how he will build layouts in the future. Topics include: What Tailwind UI is and why we decided to build it How odd numbers can wreak havoc on a user interface, and h…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Mark Dalgleish about common mistakes people make in their approach to constructing layouts, and how dedicated layout components can make your component system much easier to work with. Topics include: What problems you run into when baking white space into components, and why your components should never contain any s…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Sam Selikoff about Mirage.js and how to use it to build production-ready front-end applications, even if your back-end API isn't ready yet. Topics What is Mirage and how does it work? What makes Mirage better than a dummy JSON server you run on another port? What makes Mirage better than running your actual API locall…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Caleb Porzio about his new UI library Alpine.js. Topics include: What is Alpine and what does it replace? How does Alpine compare to Vue? How does Alpine compare to Stimulus? “Why not just use vanilla JavaScript you dummy?” How Alpine works internally Patterns for extracting reusable behaviours with Alpine The Alpine …
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Ryan Singer of Basecamp about how they plan, structure, and execute on new features. Topics include: Why "fixed time, variable scope" is so important for actually getting things done Integrating development and design into a single process instead of design first, develop later What it means to "shape" work before dec…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to David Khourshid about using state machines to build UI components that are simpler and more resilient to bugs. Topics include: What exactly is a finite state machine? Why trying to keep track of a component's status using boolean flags is leads to bugs and complex code Why it makes so much more sense to keep track of …
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Evan You about all of the changes and improvements coming to Vue.js 3.0. Topics include: What were the first feature/change ideas that got the wheels turning for Vue 3 How Vue's underlying VNode data structure is changing and how that affects users who work directly with render functions How the h function works in Vu…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Alasdair Monk about how they approach CSS at Heroku, and how using a utility-based approach has kept their team happy for the last three years. Topics include: Why Heroku introduced BEM to try and solve their CSS issues and why it didn't work How custom tooling and Ember's component system alleviated any maintainabili…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jonathan Reinink about Inertia.js, a new framework he recently released that lets you build single page applications with Vue, React, or Svelte, without having to give up the productivity benefits of traditional server-side development workflows using tools like Laravel or Rails. Topics include: What Inertia.js is and…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to James Long (creator of Prettier) about building Actual, a local-first Electron application with no central database that syncs data peer-to-peer. Topics include: How do you keep data synchronized between two different clients when all of the data is stored locally instead of in the cloud? Understanding conflict-free r…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Rob Walling about choosing, validating, and marketing a viable software product. Topics include: Brainstorming ideas vs. paying attention to your own problems Why it's smart to start with a product that might never make a million dollars a year Should you avoid markets with competition? Why it's a good idea to build s…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Leslie Cohn-Wein and Rafael Conde about designing and implementing new UI features at Netlify. Topics include: Creating pixel-perfect mockups in advance vs. designing and implementing in tandem Working with existing JS libraries for interactive UI features vs. hand-rolling a custom implementation from scratch How desi…
 
In this episode, Adam gets some advice from Ian Landsman of Userscape on marketing and positioning a new Tailwind CSS components directory project he's working on with Steve Schoger. Topics include: Building website templates vs. a UI kit Should the product be positioned as a UI library or an educational resource? One-time purchase pricing vs. subs…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Matt Biilmann CEO of Netlify about building the Netlify dashboard, and what makes it feel so fast. Topics include: Walking through how a single screen in the app is rendered in step-by-step detail How they separate container components and presentational components to make things easier to reason about How the Redux s…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Benedikt Deicke about building Userlist.io, a new email automation product for SaaS businesses that he recently launched with his co-founder Jane Portman. Topics include: The risks and technical challenges of building client-side API integrations and why Benedikt decided to focus on a server-side integration for launc…
 
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