472

Good Meetings. Is This Data? Front End vs Back End.

Sarah Drasner's got a new book and we talk about her article on good meetings. Are front end problems more difficult than back end problems? GitHub's got an upgrade issues feature. How would you design a database for a new project? And where and what is data in 2021?
471

Perf as a Job, Riverside vs Streamyard, Frontend Being Consumed, and How Much to Bill Clients

Can doing performance audits be a career in 2021? Comparing streaming and recording with Riverside and Streamyard. Is the front of the frontend being consumed by automation? Struggles in hiring and putting together resumes. And how much should freelancers bill clients for their own education and learning?
470

Slap a WAAPI, Explaining the Shadow DOM, LayoutNG, iFrames, the Web Animation API

Do you drive or fly in 2021? How do you explain the Shadow DOM? What's LayoutNG? How do iFrames and Accessibility work out? Should we be using CSS Prefers Reduced Motion? And what's up with the Web Animation API?
469

Syntax Crossover with Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski

We're joined by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski from Syntax.fm and chat about the fun of developing, SvelteKit, what tools Scott and Wes reach for when building a website, the WordPress developer experience, and some sick picks!
468

Is Sass Still Cool? Animation vs Transition, Animated Tables, and Dark Mode in Email

Let's talk Sass, nesting, animation vs transition, animated tables, scroll snap points, progress meters, viewing emails in dark mode, and coded prototypes.
467

New Frameworks, Astro, New React, and WWDC 21 Thoughts

Where are my paaaants? What to do with new frameworks? What to do with new React? Building in Astro. And WWDC 2021 reactions.
466

Tabs In Component Libraries, Grouping @media Queries, and When is Software Finished?

What's the best way to include tabs as part of a component library? D-d-d-discord update on Alex's CSS-Trickz clone. Do you group your @media query items together or spread them around? And is software ever truly finished?

Series Hello, World!

Not sure where to begin? Here are some of our most beloved episodes to get you up and running.

262

CSS Grid

Grid is getting a ton of support in modern browsers and so we've got a couple of grid experts in Jen Simmons and Rachel Andrew on to help us navigate the grid - what is it? When can we use it? How do flexbox and grid play together? What about Bootstrap?
326

Learning Web Design with Jennifer Robbins

Jennifer Robbins stops by ShopTalk Show to talk about her recently updated book, Learning Web Design - what's been updated, who the book is for, and what's changed since she first published the book.
230

Practical SVG

Chris has a book that's out - Practical SVG - and so we're talking about how the opportunity came along to write the book, what's in the book, who it's for, and how many dollars it costs even. We also answer a few of your questions about susy, personal branding, and Dave gets AMP'd about AMP.
161

With Eric Meyer

Eric Meyer has been working on the web since 1993, and has been a huge influence on countless web designers. He joins us for a special episode to share what he's learned about design after going through a difficult and tragic time in his life. We talked Flexbox, layouts, his new talk, improving user experience for stressful medical situations, and more.
264

React with Netflix

We're React-ing to a discussion with 3 developers at Netflix about React. Why did Netflix choose React? We also cover the reason behind Netflix's obsession with A/B testing?
185

This Idea Must Die

This idea must die - ideas that exist that are so absurd so seemingly unlikely that you can't believe it even exists at all?
369

Full Jamstack React Developer

Chris and Dave talk about what Jamstack means to them, thoughts on being called a Full Stack Developer, state management, writing responsible code, and why web tech can be hard.
366

Developing Tito with Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell talks with us about the technology behind selling tickets on his app Tito.io and the journey they've taken in trying to rewrite the app.
325

Code is Expensive

Dave and Chris answer your questions about how to get code consistency at work, advice on writing testable code, a new intrinsic size attribute, WooCommerce custom site building, and some thoughts on a low code world.
322

Full Stack Crossover with Adam Wathan

Adam Wathan stops by to talk about Tailwind CSS, how it got started, dealing with large CSS and config files, why you might want to use Tailwind CSS, Purge CSS, and more!
319

Hello I’m A Designosaur

We help you avoid becoming a designosaur by answering your questions about learning React, creating a universal header, jQuery vulnerability, implementing pattern libraries, and taking WordPress development seriously.
306

Debugging CSS with Aimee Knight

Just when you think you know everything there is to know about CSS, Aimee Knight is on the show and she'll help you understand CSS in a new way as a Javascript developer learning about CSS.