JavaScript Jabber

A weekly discussion by top-end JavaScript developers on the technology and skills needed to level up on your JavaScript journey.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 53m. Bisher sind 1004 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 36 days 19 hours 4 minutes


Using Storybook and Nuxt To Quickly Build Websites - JSJ 531

Steve, AJ, and Dan talk to Drew Baker, co-founder of Los Angeles based digital agency Funkhaus about Storybook and Nuxt. After a discussion of various server side rendering methods, Drew talks about how they use Storybook, how it integrates tightly with Nuxt, and how it helps Funkhaus quickly and cleanly spin up sites for large customers.


 2022-05-10  1h16m

NoSQL and RavenDB - JSJ 530

Today we talk with Dejan Miličić, a consultant with more than 20 years of experience as a professional software developer with RavenDB. His areas of expertise are designing, writing, and maintaining applications, with a focus on software architecture and backend development. Dejan discusses the challenges and benefits of NoSQL databases, and what he has learned along the way to simplify and reduce the time required to make changes...


 2022-05-03  1h19m

Blockchain with Max Kordek - JSJ 529

In this episode, we talk with Max Kordek of Lisk, a leading expert on Blockchain. You’ll learn about what a Blockchain is, how it works, and the benefits of using it. There is also discussion on the opportunities that blockchain presents for the JavaScript developer. How does blockchain work as a decentralized ledger accessed across the world? We discuss how it operates without a central authority - everyone who participates in the network has the financial incentive that no one lies...


 2022-04-26  1h5m

SolidJS with Ryan Carniato - JSJ 528

SolidJS is a web development framework that focuses on using reactivity and carries forward several ideas from Knockout.js. [Put a link here to episode 13] Ryan Carniato, the creator of SolidJS breaks down the history and ideas behind SolidJS and compares it to React and other frameworks.


 2022-04-19  53m

What's New with Elm? ft. Lindsay Wardell - JSJ 527

Elm is a functional language that compiles to JavaScript and runs in the browser. Lindsay Wardell from NoRedInk joins the JavaScript Jabber panel this week to discuss his background with Vue and Elm. The discussion ranges into how Lindsay got into Elm and how it differs and solves some of the issues that crop up when people build apps with JavaScript Jabber.


 2022-04-12  1h16m

React Component and State Management - JSJ 526

This episode is Part 3 of the Dan Shappir trilogy. Today, he’s laying out the deets on components and state management inside of React, plus some exciting developments coming later this year.


 2022-03-29  1h8m

Supply Chain Security - Part 2 - JSJ 525

There’s always more to learn about security, especially nowadays. In this episode, the Jabberers continue their conversation with Feross Aboukhadijeh about supply chain security. You can never be too careful! (Well…maybe.) “The most important thing you can do is have a mindset shift around dependencies.” - Feross Aboukhadijeh


 2022-03-15  1h24m

Supply Chain Security - Part 1 - JSJ 524

Malware attacks are scary, so preparation is keys. In this episode, the Jabberers talk with Ferross Aboukhadije, a developer who’s redefining malware detection to help you prepare for the next assault. “It’s awesome that such small teams can make complex code, but it’s not enough to just scan for vulnerabilities.” Feross Aboukhadije


 2022-03-08  1h15m

OAuth Explained - JSJ 523

Is OAuth all it’s cracked up to be? In this episode, the Jabberers sit down with Dan Moore, an expert in the OAuth world. They discuss the GIANT perks of OAuth (even if you’re a beginner), how to fix OAuth’s biggest issues, and what you NEED to watch out for in OAuth if you’re a prospective client.


 2022-03-01  1h11m

Front End Architecture - JSJ 522

In this episode, the Jabberers sit down with Gil Fink, a Microsoft vet and Google developer who’s gonna convince why having front architecture is a no-brainer. They discuss what differentiates it from components, how “memory floods” are washing away developers (and why they’re causing them!), and the BEST way to move between architectures without losing your mind. “You need to understand all the moving parts in your architecture.” - Gil Fink


 2022-02-22  1h13m