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- 2:05 #shareyourdrafts
- 6:20 The 2 best books about web design.
- 18:00 Find in project hacks.
- 19:30 Grid love.
- 25:00 Using babel with Jekyll assests.
- 27:25 Building a web form.
- 37:40 Any advice for writing tests for ReactJS using the Jest testing framework?
- 50:20 Do you guys use flowcharts and/or use case diagrams with clients to get a system structure? And how do you document requirements?
- 57:15 I've been considering using a headless CMS for some time now, but can't figure out how to handle long text/rich content fields, in a way that allows me to place other fields, such as images or blockquotes, between sections in a sustainable and flexible way.
- 1:03:50 Frameworks get a bad wrap - what do you think about modern frameworks and how they can fit into a development workflow?
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