480

Pushing Users to the App, Browser Feature List, Notion Fun, and The Surprise Chain

Does forcing users from the website to the app make the web devs feel sad? How do browser devs decide what to add? Having fun with Notion, custom media queries, and Dave's epic Surprise Chain blog post.
479

Using VS Code, Import Ordering, Chrome API Eye Dropper, and YouTube Tease?

A bit of follow up from the last episode, getting your team on to the same tooling - and cool things in VS Code, import ordering, the new Chrome API eye dropper, and some YouTube thoughts and ideas.
478

Google Changing Titles, jQuery + Chris’ Birthday, Kissing Content, and Word Break Break Word

Google is changing page title in search results, celebrating jQuery + Chris' birthday, content that gets too close and kisses, dealing with website sandwiches, using word break break word, and abuse of alerts on the web.
477

Native CSS Module Scripts, Container Queries, and Writing Scoped CSS

We're talking about CSS Module scripts, container query issues, wondering about writing scoped CSS, Tailwind, and custom property gotcha's.
476

#HotDrama Mug, #HotDrama Safari, #HotDrama Chrome, and the WordPress Build Process

We've got a new ShopTalk Show mug you can order, Safari and Chrome #HotDrama to discuss, what is the modern WordPress build process like, and what's the state of your local bowling alley or pickleball website?
475

Ben Hong’s Views on Vue, VuePress, Nuxt, Petite Vue, Shopify + Netlify, and Static Hosting

Ben Hong talks with us about Vue 2 vs Vue 3, Nuxt, VuePress, GridSome, Petite Vue, Headless Shopify + Netlify, is static hosting the right term these days, and what's up with Nuxt 3?
474

Tech Conferences, Dev on Windows, and CSS for Displaying Random Images

The D-d-d-d-discord's got threads! Are conferences a thing we're ready for? How was Dave's experience working on a Windows PC? Help Dave figure out his monitor issue on Mac. Are people writing websites without a build step? And what is a good CSS technique for displaying images that could be either horizontal or vertical?
473

Brad and Ian Frost – From Meteorologist to Web Developer

We're chatting with Ian Frost who swapped out his meteorologist career to become a web developer alongside his brother Brad Frost. We talk about getting started learning HTML / CSS, and then Javscript, writing code as a team, navigating the front and back end in 2021, dictating tech stacks to clients, and dealing with turnover and tech changes with clients.
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!