1. Episode 422

    The Uncanny Valley of Website, Accessibility Widgets, Motion Settings, and Medium

    Is there a way to listen for clicks and defer them until the app becomes available? What's the deal with accessibility widgets for websites? Should the system, browser, or website be responsible for motion settings? And how is Medium as a platform for monetizing your blog?
  2. Episode 421

    Spinning Down Projects, Educating the Back-End Team, and Choosing Old Tech

    We're talking about how and when to spin down old projects, sun setting GitHub repos, and forums. We also answer your questions about how to educate and bring along the back-end team with tech, and when you should stick with old tech instead of the new hotness.
  3. Episode 418

    LH, RLH, Shadow DOM, Developer Experience, and RUM

    We read some blogs and have some questions of our own: LH vs RLH? What about styling the shadow DOM with CSS shadow parts? Should you focus your work on what's loaded in your brain already? What is the Developer Experience? RUM and making decisions with or without data.
  4. Episode 417

    RSS Feeds, MMO Games, DnD, and Custom Fields

    We're talking RSS feeds, Gemstone 4, MMO games, DnD, Jekyll vs Eleventy performance, email newsletters, Github and Microsoft, and strategies for dealing with Jamstack page jank.
  5. Episode 416

    Banjos, Google Performance Updates, and Static Site Generator Perf

    We're talking about what's going on in the world and in our worlds, a bit of banjo talk, building in WordPress and the fancy world of workers, new web performance details from Google, and answering a question about static site generator performance.
  6. Episode 414

    The Front-End Ceiling, Emacs, Permissions, and Writing Better Words

    We're back doing a Rapidfire through your questions including: Is there a way to control text in the prompt for user permissions? Have we tried Emacs? How do you write better words? When is it appropriate to add a new framework to your resume? Do you think there is a front end ceiling?

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