A paginated list of episodes in order. We heard you like WordPress loops.
Full Stack Dev, Load Bearing Developer, and Being Zod Curious
What do you do if your computer dies? Chris applies to work at Luro, Dave applies at CodePen, Dave's Zod curious, TypeScript, sorting out a 10MB blog post, and how much do you miss jQuery?
View Transitions and Passkeys
How should a podcast start? Talking View transitions, Google's Baseline, Passkeys, how to start a company, and ordering a spicy chicken combo at Wendy's.
The Hurdy-Gurdy, OKLCH, Edge Dev Tools, and Ad Blocking
Render ATL, New Colors Available, Gradients, HDR, and More
Chris previews a bit of his Render ATL 2023 talk, and then we mouth blog some color ideas, thoughts, and shame you for your non-HD websites.
Getting Pulled by the Algorithm, AI Training Data, and SVG Drawing
There's a special guest on the show who takes aim at the billionaires in web dev, do we know better than the algorithm for news, why is AI training data such a secret, Chris and Dave discover JetBrains, monorepo struggles, and SVG drawing tools.
Podcast Apps, Zaraz, Future CSS Thoughts, and Arc
What if Taylor Swift lyrics hold the answers to web dev questions? Podcast app thoughts, using Cloudflare Zaraz, what we're excited about with CSS, Arc browser updates, and are we even developers or are we specialized systems whisperers?
Web Perf News, Web Sommelier, Data Analytics, and Passkeys
Topics for this one include how do you learn about web performance news? Do you need a web components sommelier? Our thoughts on Syntax going to Sentry, and being able to focus on the things you want to focus on. Passkeys, Arc split screen, and vibe driven development.
Oh Biscuits! Cascade Layers, Block Links, Emoji Lists, and more CSS!
After a brief visit from Hip Hop Dad Dave, we're talking cascade layers updates, block link practices, search element getting dropped, how to use cite, emoji list accessibility, scrollbar state, and trigonometric functions in CSS.
Fidget Apps, Coding with AI, Dialog Element Navs, Getting Rid of CSS
Is there still any value in specializing in front-of-the-frontend dev? Would you ever use the dialog element for a mobile navigation? Why did CodePen decide to use Go for its GraphQL server?
Esoteric Weird Content Editable Problems with Kristin Valentine
Kristin Valentine from Vox joins the show to talk about text editor CMS fun across multiple sites, Vox's Chorus, The Verge redesign, sharing Design Systems, theming articles, and a fun new game called "Can Your Text Editor Do This??"
ChatGPT, Conferences, Fidgets on the Web, and Modern CSS in Real Life
When will AI be able to tell you the risk / reward of cleaning up trees? Are conferences back? Bringing fidgets to the web, internet as an anxiety machine, and Chris is working on talk on modern CSS in real life.
Andrey Sitnik and Using OKLCH for Color
Andrey Sitnik from Evil Martians talks with us about why OKCLH is the best way forward for color on the web, how to incorporate it into design systems, getting your designers to use OKCLH, and what kind of fallback support is needed.