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.
Chris and Dave live from An Event Apart in Denver talking awkward break points, the npm web, Scott Jehl web criminal, web components, what is the purpose of a website, Svelte, and how does Figma do it?
We're talking about threading in Slack or Discord, the continue reading button on a website, Axe software - also a sponsor!, cost benefit of time spent on work, what a day in the life at work is like for Chris and Dave, and musing about whether conferences are going to be a thing again.
Vitaly Friedman talks with us about the changing landscape of publishing on the web, the changes seen in web conferences, the difference between a workshop and a webinar, and keeping up with all the technology in front end development.
Jennifer Robbins and Chris Ferdinandi stop by to talk about a great conference that's returning in the fall, ARTIFACT Conference. We look back at the state of the web 5 years ago and preview some of the talks and ideas that will be happening at this year's ARTIFACT Conference. Tip: Use code SHOPTALK100 to get $100 off on your ARTIFACT Conference registration.