Hosts Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia riff on the latest dev news with a look inside Valhalla, Sandpack 2.0, findings from the latest JS survey, and developing cross-platform apps.
In the most recent release of Next.js, an alpha of a rust-based build tool was made available in alpha as a preview. This tool, Turbopack, is written by a team that includes the Webpack founder, Tobias Koppers who recently joined Vercel. Turbopack build performance claims During a presentation by Turbopack engineer Maia Teegarden benchmarks were … Read More
Abstract People love React for its simplicity: you can learn the basics in half a day, and bring your favorite tools and APIS and dive right in. But that rapid application development also comes at a cost: bloated, slow, unstable Single Page Applications that grind your browser to a halt. Tools like Next.js, Remix.run and … Read More
Abstract No one’s going to deny how easy it is to download something off of the npm registry and start to use it right away. However there are issues, as there always are, when you start incorporating scale and complexity into your app. Subscribing to a large, feature-and-dependency-heavy library locks you into conventions that – … Read More
The boys are back in town! Host Ken Rimple and Chariot consultants Chris Birster and Drew DeCarme discuss their takeaways from the recent Remix Conf, which took place in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In this talk, Ken Rimple will discuss the issues caused by working with SPAs, and how Next.js and Remix.run attempt to address them.
This week, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia cover various stories from the world of Dev News – before dedicating the rest of the show to a deep dive on Kotlin. They also answer a few questions from viewers! Host Notes ETE is back for 2022! We’re virtual again this year, but don’t miss another great … Read More
As developers and engineers, how do we learn new things? On today’s livestream, hosts Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia delve into some of their personal processes around learning new tech, and offer techniques and tools for staying curious and relevant.
React developers who tested their components using the Enzyme library in the past have been migrating over to the
react-testing-library lately. Find out how you can migrate and take advantage of the various features it offers.