CSS, CSS-in-JS, and Future of the Frontend (devchat.tv)
Jun 25, 2019
The panel shares their first experiences with CSS and compares CSS and CSS-in-JS. The best ways to learn CSS is considered. The panel shares some coding tips; considering when to use libraries and when to use homegrown solutions.
Fullstack Development with React (devchat.tv)
May 28, 2019
On today’s show the panel discusses what what jobs should be delegated to the front and backend when doing fullstack development with React. They talk about where the data fetching starts coming into play in a react app and the big changes from the old web to the modern web in data fetching.
React Native Animations feat. Catalin Miron (devchat.tv)
Apr 30, 2019
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio Podcast, the panel talks with Catalin Miron who is currently working for Skype. Catalin uses React and React Native and talks with Nader Dabit about past and current projects.
Fastlane + React Native feat. Eli Perkins (devchat.tv)
Apr 15, 2019
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio Podcast, the panel talks with Eli Perkins. They discuss the ins-and-outs of Fastlane, how Fastlane can help you with your next project, how it’s open source, and much more!
React Native at Expo feat. Evan Bacon (devchat.tv)
Jan 13, 2019
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio Podcast, the panel talks with Christian and Eric about various topics; such as: Flow, Flutter, C, C++, React Native, React, React Navigation, and much more! Check out today’s episode to hear all of the details.
Progressive Web Applications feat. Eric Elliott (devchat.tv)
Dec 31, 2018
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio podcast, Nader Dabit speaks with Eric Elliott. Eric shares his experience with building Progressive Web Applications and the advantages of these types of applications. Eric explains the topics like Service Workers, Caching, Frameworks, and Compiling and much more.
Reanimated, React Native Screens & More feat. Krzysztof Magiera of Software Mansion (devchat.tv)
Oct 17, 2018
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio podcast, Nader Dabit, Peter Piekarczyk and Mike Grabowski speak with Krzysztof Magiera. Krzysztof talks about his recent libraries on Native Driver, Gesture Handler, Reanimated, React Native Screens. The panel and Krzysztof dive deep into Gesture Handler and give insight on the best use cases. This is a great episode to learn about Krzysztof and his most current company and projects.
- Nader Dabit
- Mike Garbowski
- Peter Piekarczyk
- Krzysztof Magiera
The most important lessons I’ve learned after a year of working with React (devchat.tv)
Oct 09, 2018
In this episode, the panel talks with guest speaker, Tomas Eglinskas, and the panel talks to him about an article he wrote via Free Code Camp Medium. Currently, Tomas is a software developer at Zenitech. The panel and the guest dive-into lessons that not only apply to being a developer, but great life lessons that everyone can learn from. Check-out today’s episode!
React Native at Airbnb & Working at Tonal feat. Gabriel Peal (devchat.tv)
Oct 08, 2018
In today's episode of React Native Radio, Nader Dabit, Peter Piekarczyk & Spencer Carli talk with Gabriel Peal. Gabriel is the author of the Medium blog post “Sunsetting React Native” & formally worked with React Native Android at Airbnb. Gabriel has worked with Android for 6 years at Google & Airbnb. Gabriel is on the show to talk about Flutter, React Native, & hist current work at Tonal.
Reason feat. Jared Forsyth (devchat.tv)
Sep 24, 2018
Navigation++ feat. Eric Vicenti (devchat.tv)
Sep 17, 2018
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Eric Vicenti about React-navigation and more! He pays a lot of attention to navigation as well as what is blocking people from being able to build apps quickly, both in React Native and the web. They talk about the journey of creating React-navigation, the major changes to this library in the past few months, React Native gesture handler, and more!
React Native Firebase feat. Mike Diarmid & Elliot Hesp (devchat.tv)
Sep 10, 2018
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Elliot Hesp and Mike Diarmid, who are a part of the React Native Firebase team. They talk about what they do in their day jobs, how people used Firebase prior to the library being created, what Firebase is, and why you would want to use it. They also touch on types of applications you should and should not use with Firebase, their past experiences working on open source projects, how these past projects have impacted how they work on the React Native Firebase project, and more!
Why I Prefer Functional Components (devchat.tv)
Sep 04, 2018
In this episode, the panel talks with Josh St. Jacque who is married with two kids and with one on the way. He is a professional product manager and software engineer. Ruby on Rails got him started on his career path and journey. Check-out today’s episode where the panel discusses functional and class components, among many other things!
Build Faster with Nader Dabit (softwareengineeringdaily.com)
Aug 24, 2018
Nader Dabit is a developer advocate at Amazon Web Services, and he returns to the show to discuss modern tooling, and how that tooling changes the potential for high output and fast iteration among developers. It is a strategic, philosophical discussion of how to build modern software.
React Native at Product Hunt feat. Radoslav Stankov and Vlad Vladimirov (devchat.tv)
Aug 23, 2018
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Radoslav Stankov and Vlad Vladimirov, who are engineers at Product Hunt. They talk about why they came to Product Hunt, how the company works and collaborates remotely, and the general size and operation of Product Hunt. They also touch on the overview of the Product Hunt mobile app, the benefits and issues to using React Native to create the application, roadblocks and issues he ran into, and more!
2 Years of React Native at Artsy with Orta Therox (devchat.tv)
Aug 21, 2018
In this episode, the React Round Up panelists talk to Orta Therox about his 2 years of experience with React Native at Artsy. They talk about the different popular blog posts about React Native, why his team decided to switch over to React Native, and the effects of team size on the success of the fit of React Native in each company’s app.
Staying up to Date With React feat. Tyler McGinnis (devchat.tv)
Jun 11, 2018
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelists talk to Tyler McGinnis. They talk about the new React APIs that are coming out and discuss using React on the web. They also touch on the tools that are up to date right now, imposter syndrome, and feeling left behind. They stress the importance of not comparing yourself to other developers and staying focused on progressing in your own personal development career.
Razzle with Jared Palmer (devchat.tv)
Jun 05, 2018
In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses Razzle and other projects with Jared Palmer. They talk about what Razzle is, the benefit of server-side rendering, and the difficulties he faced putting this project together. They also touch on why he chose to create Razzle and some of his other projects like Backpack and After.js.
Geeky Ants feat. Sanket Sahu & Saurabh Sahu (devchat.tv)
May 21, 2018
In today’s show, the React Native Radio Host, Nader Dabit and Gant Laborde speak with Sanket Sahu and Saurabh Sahu of Geeky Ants. Sanket and Saurabh talk about how they started their mobile app development company and working with open source, client projects, and cross platform development and much more. Topics covered are about Native Base, BuilderX, and their work with React Native.
Best Practices with React and Redux with Samuel Mendenhall (devchat.tv)
May 08, 2018
In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses best practices with React and Redux with Samuel Mendenhall. They talk about what has led him to React, as well as some of the most common mistakes that people make in React. They also talk about the amazing power of TypeScript and when you may not want to use Redux.
Breaking up with Higher Order Components with David Atchley (devchat.tv)
Apr 17, 2018
In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discuss breaking up with higher-order components with David Atchley. They talk about what higher-order components and render props are and when you would want to use them to help you in your code. They also touch on overuse and misuse of applications and coding tools and the difference between using render props and HOCs.
Immer & MobX State Tree feat. Michel Weststrate (devchat.tv)
Mar 29, 2018
In today’s show, the React Native Radio Host, Nader Dabit and Spencer Carli speak with Michel Weststrate about Immer and MobX state tree. Both libraries are written by Michel. Michel does open source and tech leads about Mendix. Mendix is an enterprise software vender that Michel works for currently. Michel and React Native Radio discuss MobX State Tree and Immer libraries, and other areas of Mendix.
React Testing Discussion & React Cosmos feat. Ovidiu Chereches (devchat.tv)
Mar 22, 2018
In today’s show, the React Native Radio Host, Nader Dabit and Spencer Carli speak with Ovidiu Chereches, about Testing React and React Native applications. Ovidiu shares his journey into working as a full stack developer and working in the community as an experienced developer. Ovidiu shares a general view on testing and sharing information on projects (React Cosmos) that helped him on manual testing and much more.
Advanced Component Patterns and Downshift with Kent C. Dodds (devchat.tv)
Mar 20, 2018
In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses advanced component patterns and Downshift. They talk about different component patterns, especially render prop patters, and the fact that Downshift allows for your components to be much more useful generally for more people. They also note that the render prop patterns can help to separate logic from view, which makes things easier to develop.
RRU 002: Webpack the Good Parts with Juho Vepsäläinen (devchat.tv)
Mar 13, 2018
In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses Webpack the good parts with Juho Vepsäläinen. He talks a lot about the book he has written on Webpack, which helps people understand Webpack and how to work with it. They also discuss the advantages to using Webpack and discuss how you can use it in your coding to your benefit.
Getting Started with React (devchat.tv)
Mar 06, 2018
In this episode of React Round-Up, the panel discusses how they each got into React and they provide some great resources for people who want to learn more about React and what it’s all about. They emphasize the fact that React is a very straightforward language and can be used relatively painlessly with a little bit of learning before jumping in.