In this episode, Michael Jackson of React Training and Rob DeLuca and Taras Mankovski of The Frontside talk about what is a component, and what a component is specifically in the context of React.
In this episode, Harry Kaplanian of EBSCO joins the show to talk about the FOLIO project: a community collaboration to develop an open source Library Services Platform designed for innovation.
In this episode of The Frontside Podcast, panelists Charles Lowell, Rob DeLuca, and Sam Keathley, discuss how much the distinction between frontend, backend, and fullstack developers matter in both personal and professional senses.
Native HTML controls work great up until you need to apply custom styling. It’s pretty difficult to style controls like...
Currently, every major Single Page App’s (SPA) router is broken the second you install it (Ember, Angular, React/Preact/Vue.js, etc). Before...
While Hurricane Harvey rains down on Texas I decided this would be a prefect time to build a contact form...
In this episode, Saron Yitbarek joins us to talk about the CodeNewbie Community, the upcoming Codeland Conference in New York City, and helping junior developers move up in the programming world.
It's all about UI today: what it is, when it stops, tooling, and how it applies to us here at The Frontside.
In this episode, we talk to Marcy Sutton about accessibility both in the big and small picture.
In this episode, we talk to Jonathan Jackson of Ember Weekend about Ember, The Ember Community Survey, and FastBoot.
A Frontsider's-only episode on why it's good to build useless stuff for creativity, accomplishment, and learning purposes.
In this episode we chat with Toran Billups about Redux and Ember.
In this episode, Yehuda Katz, co-founder of Tilde, OSS enthusiast, and world traveler, talks about what's in store for Ember.
In this episode, Sarah Mei, founder of RailsBridge, Director of Ruby Central, and Chief Consultant of DevMynd Software, talks about the way we write software: What’s right? What’s wrong? How can we do better?
Developers have a much bigger impact on people's lives than most realize.