JavaScript Jabber

Weekly panel discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends. This show is primarily focused on the web ecosystem, but also covers NodeJS, mobile, and language features.


State Management ft. Assaf Krintza - JSJ 508

Assaf Krintza joins the JavaScript Jabber panel to discuss the various approaches and uses for state management in web applications. Some of the focus is on React, but many of the tools and approaches work in or have similar options in the other web frameworks.

  • AJ O'Neal
  • Dan Shappir
  • Steve Edwards
  • Assaf Krintza
  • Shortcut (formerly
  • Dev Influencers Accelerator
  • Level Up |
  • Livecycle
  • LinkedIn: Assaf Krintza
  • Twitter: Assaf Krintza ( @krinssaf )
  • AJ- Killers of the Flower Moon
  • AJ- The Stormlight Archive
  • AJ- The Lightbringer Series
  • Assaf- Shadertoy Beta
  • Assaf- Inigo Quilez - YouTube
  • Dan- Dilvish, the Damned
  • Dan- The Changing Land
  • Dan- Hobson's Browser
  • Steve- A Tunguska sized airburst destroyed Tall el-Hammam a Middle Bronze Age city in the Jordan Valley near the Dead Sea
  • Steve- The wholly pun bible - Instagram
  • Steve- The wholly pun bible - Instagram
  • Steve- GitHub | elijahmanor/devpun

Contact AJ:

  • AJ ONeal
  • CoolAJ86 on GIT
  • Beyond Code Bootcamp
  • Beyond Code Bootcamp | GitHub
  • Follow Beyond Code Bootcamp | Facebook
  • Twitter: Beyond Code Bootcamp ( @_beyondcode )
  • coolaj86- Twitch

Contact Dan:

  • GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )
  • LinkedIn: Dan Shappir
  • Twitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )

Contact Steve:

  • Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )
  • GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )
  • LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

Special Guest: Assaf Krintza.

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 2021-11-09  1h4m