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Welcome aboard the Rocket Ship, the ultimate podcast voyage into the heart of React Native development with Simon Grimm! Whether you're a seasoned mobile app developer or just starting your journey, this is your go-to destination for all things React Native and Expo.
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Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Wes Bos & Scott Tolinski - Full Stack JavaScript Web Developers

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Full Stack Developers Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski dive deep into web development topics, explaining how they work and talking about their own experiences. They cover from JavaScript frameworks like React, to the latest advancements in CSS to simplifying web tooling.
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The React Show

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Discussions about React, JavaScript, and web development by React experts with a focus on diving deep into learning React and discussing what it's like to work within the React industry.
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React Round Up

Charles M Wood

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Stay current on the latest innovations and technologies in the React community by listening to our panel of React and Web Development Experts. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/react-round-up--6102072/support.
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Partner with iTechnolabs, the top react native app development company IN USA and Canada, to enhance your online business. Our team of expert developers can build react native apps tailored to your needs. As a trusted and experienced react native app development company, we serve startups, established businesses, and MNCs in USA. Let's work together.
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Brains & Beards Show

Wojciech Ogrodowczyk, Brains & Beards, Patryk Peszko

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Patryk and Wojciech from Brains & Beards use their combined 25+ years of professional experience to discuss programming, building teams, workflows and everything else that it takes to deliver great mobile applications (in React Native, or otherwise).
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The Undefined Podcast

Jared Palmer & Ken Wheeler

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The only engineering podcast with a 2 drink minimum! Full stack developers Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler have peer-to-peer conversations with world-class engineers about software development.
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The Stack Overflow Podcast

The Stack Overflow Podcast

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For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a software developer and how the art and practice of programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, join the Stack home team for conversations with fascinating guests to help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed.
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Welcome to the NectarBits Podcast! NectarBits is a leading software development company specializing in creating innovative and high-quality solutions for businesses of all sizes. Our team of experienced developers and designers is dedicated to delivering top-notch mobile apps, web applications, and e-commerce solutions tailored to meet your unique needs. In this community, we share insights about our latest projects, industry trends, and best practices in software development.
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We are one of Top Rated Python Mobile Application Development Company in India and we also provide services of website development, web designing and mobile application development at the cost effective rates. Contact us today for more information.
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Over the last few years, Coditation has successfully built marketing analytics and BI, marketing operations, customer success, social video analytics, marketing video generation, social media analytics and hyper-personalization products/solutions for it's customers. Leveraging this ever expanding MarTech know-how and experience, team Coditation has come up with a series of Podcast episodes focused on MarTech with a focus on data and artificial intelligence driven solutions. For more informat ...
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Unity 3D is a fantastic gaming engine for creators that offers a wealth of features and gameplay options. Consider utilizing the Unity 3D game development platform to develop an interactive game that is both fascinating and excellent in its own right. Developing a gaming application will get easier as virtual worlds come to life.
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TABLEFLIP

Alan Shaw, Oli Evans, Richard Silverton and Bernard Mordan

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For a while now there's been a growing urge amongst the TABLEFLIP crew. A stratovolcano waiting to blurt out a fountain of opinions, observations, frustrations and wisdoms. Driven by our experiences working with many clients on varying projects and disparate code bases. From greenfield to legacy and everything in between our affliction to using the newest most shiny tech gives us a unique outlook on the state of the world of development in Node.js and JavaScript. We can no longer stem the fi ...
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The Art Law Podcast

Steven Schindler & Katie Wilson-Milne

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The Art Law Podcast hosts discussions about topics at the intersection of art and law with art lawyers Steve Schindler and Katie Wilson-Milne and their distinguished guests.
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Choosing the right framework for your cross-platform mobile app can be a tough decision. Both Flutter Vs React Native offer compelling features and have earned their place in the development world. This detailed comparison will help you weigh their strengths and weaknesses to make the best choice for your project. Dive into the pros and cons of dev…
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Welcome to the 38th episode of The React Native Show Podcast recorded at React Conf 2024 in Henderson, Nevada. Tune in to the interviews with:💜 Andrew Clark (Vercel)💜 Mofei Zhang (Meta)💜 Kent C Dodds💜 Josh Story (Vercel)💜 Evan Bacon (Expo)to get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the conference and announcements made at it.Share your feedback o…
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Where will React Native be in 5 years? We're here to make bold predictions! Join our hosts, Jamon Holmgren and Robin Heinze, as they gather around a crystal ball with special guest Todd Werth. Not only is he CEO of Infinite Red, he's also the voice behind the wildly popular "brought to you by" jokes at the start of every episode. Show Notes Todd an…
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In this episode, Simon and Aaron recap the App.js conference and discuss the key themes and talks. They cover topics such as the state of Expo, the recommended framework for React Native, the importance of iteration speed, the introduction of Expo Orbit and Expo Atlas, the use of React Server Components, real-time 3D applications, Brownfield app in…
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Scott and Wes dish out a feast with Robin Heinze from Infinite Red, diving into the world of React Native. They discuss how React Native differs from other webview platforms, highlight popular apps built with it, and serve up essential tools and libraries to spice up every React Native project. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:13 Brought to y…
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Jamon Holmgren is the Co-founder & CTO at Infinite Red, Inc. They dive into the captivating world of React and React Native, exploring the evolution of these technologies and their implications for developers. They engage in thought-provoking discussions on deployment challenges, user expectations in mobile app development, and the intricate proces…
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Scott and CJ are joined by Stephen Nixon of ArrowType to delve into the world of fonts and type for developers. They explore the intricacies of font creation, the utility of variable fonts, and offer tips for making visually appealing typography on the web. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 00:57 Who is Stephen Nixon? Process Type Foundry. Mark S…
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Palmer says that a huge percentage of today’s top websites, including apps like ChartGPT, Perplexity, and Claude, were built with Vercel’s Next.JS. For the second goal, you can see what Vercel is up to with its v0 project, which lets developers use text prompts and images to generate code. Third, the Vercel AI SDK, which aims to to help developers …
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In this potluck episode of Syntax, Scott and CJ serve up a variety of community questions, from the nuances of beginner vs. advanced TypeScript to the pros and cons of SvelteKit. They also discuss falling out of love with React, shipping private packages via NPM, and the eternal struggle of always starting but never finishing projects. Show Notes 0…
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You can learn more about these three features on our Overflow AI site. If you want to connect with Tiago, you can find him on LinkedIn. The same goes for Alexa. A shoutout to Stack Overflow user Mahozad for earning a LifeBoat badge with their answer to the question: How can I add Jetpack Compose & xml in the same activity?…
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Today, Scott and Wes dive into cloud storage solutions—why you might need them, how they use them, and what you need to know about the big players, fees, and more. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:14 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02:05 Why you might need a cloud storage provider. 03:07 How we use cloud storage. Dropshare. 08:16 Why you may nee…
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Scott and CJ dive into the world of SQLite Cloud with special guests Brian Holt and Marco Bambini. They explore why SQLite is gaining traction, its unique features, and the misconceptions surrounding its use—let’s get into it! Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:20 Who is Brian Holt? 02:26 Who is Marco Bambini? 05:12 Why are people starting to t…
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Today, Scott and Wes dive into the 11 habits of effective web developers, from understanding stakeholder goals to maintaining a work-life balance. We’ll explore the importance of continuous learning, having a problem-solver mentality, and being empathetic towards coworkers and users—let’s get into it! Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! Previous Ep…
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Levan Katsadze is a Software Developer. In this episode, they explore a fascinating project, which offers migration rules for moving websites, emails, and databases between hosts. They talk about the tool's functionality and bugs encountered during testing. Additionally, they shed light on the user-friendly nature of the software and discuss their …
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You can find Narayan on LinkedIn. Learn more about SnapLogic here. Congrats to our user of the week, Ethan Heilman, for earning a Great Question badge by showing some curiosity and asking: How do I deal with garbage collection logs in Java? This question has been viewed over 175,000 times and helped lots of folks gain some new knowledge :)…
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Steve and Katie speak with Italian lawyer Giuseppe Calabri and art historian Sharon Hecker about Italy’s cultural patrimony laws granting state institutions control over the use of images of cultural property long in the public domain. They discuss the legal, ethical, and practical issues with such laws and their specific application to uses of the…
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Today, Scott and Wes are diving into Pocketbase, a fantastic tool for web developers to quickly set up a CMS without breaking a sweat. We’ll cover everything from its Go-based architecture to its slick admin interface and how you can get started hosting it for free on Fly.io. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:34 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02…
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Join Mazen with special guest Dan Stepanov as they dive into Create Expo Stack, Native Wind UI, and Plugin Pro! Discover how these tools can enhance your development workflow with seamless configurations, pre-built UI components, and powerful config plugins. Episode Links ShipRN NativeWindUI (Use discount code INFINITERED for $100 off!) Create Expo…
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Today we’re serving up an episode on 1Password with Senior Rust Developer Andrew Burkhart, delving into how 1Password works, tackling conflict resolution and security challenges, and exploring the benefits of using Rust. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax 00:57 Who is Andrew Burkhart? 01:36 How does 1Password work? 03:24 What’s the data flow on cre…
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You can find Shestakofsky on his website or check him out on X. Grab a copy of his new book: Behind the Startup: How Venture Capital Shapes Work, Innovation, and Inequality. As he writes on his website, the book: Draws on 19 months of participant-observation research to examine how investors’ demand for rapid growth created organizational problems …
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In this Coffee Talk episode, we once again discuss React Native development for Apple Vision Pro, but the content is anything but a repetition. To tell you all about the changes that happened in the last few months, Kuba has invited Oskar, the creator of React Native visionOS, and Mariusz, who supported the efforts to push the framework further int…
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In today’s episode, Scott and Wes dive into the essential components they need on every web project, discussing whether to build them from scratch or leverage existing libraries—everything from navigation bars and modals to toast messages and icons. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:48 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02:53 Nav / Mobile Nav. 08:43…
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Cagatay Civici is the founder of PrimeFaces, PrimeNG, PrimeReact and PrimeVue. In this episode, they delve into the world of UI component libraries and the business of open source. Join them as they explore Primetech's journey from consulting work to a thriving team focused on UI component development and the value of selling a library of component…
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Temporal is an open-source implementation of durable execution, a development paradigm that preserves complete application state so that upon host or software failure it can seamlessly migrate execution to another machine. Learn how it works or dive into the docs. Temporal’s SaaS offering is Temporal Cloud. Replay is a three-day conference focused …
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In today’s episode, Scott and Wes dive into the final part of our JavaScript Promises series, covering deferred promises, fetch, flow control, concurrency with libraries like p-map and p-limit, and integrating TypeScript. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 00:31 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 01:11 Deferred promises. Promise.withResolvers(). Wes’ Ti…
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In this Potluck episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes tackle community questions on handling overwork, teaching programming to family, and React’s Server Components. They also discuss quantifying accessibility improvements, choosing course platforms, and navigating professional growth in challenging workplaces. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! Thanks…
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Galileo is an end-to-end platform for GenAI evaluation, experimentation, and observability. Learn more by exploring their docs. Galileo’s Hallucination Index is a ranking and evaluation framework for LLM hallucinations (it includes a blooper reel). Connect with Vikram on LinkedIn. Stack Overflow user Petr Janeček won a Lifeboat badge for answering …
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In this conversation, Simon Grimm interviews Maximilian Schwarzmüller, a renowned online course creator, about his experience of creating courses and his vast knowledge of various technologies. They discuss the current state of JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React, and Vue, as well as emerging frameworks like Solid.js and Svelte. They also tou…
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We’re diving into part 2 of our 3-part series on Promises, focusing on error handling, aborts, and essential helper methods. We’ll explore how to manage errors effectively and improve performance with abort signals. Let’s get into it! Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 00:41 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02:00 Cancelling promises. 05:16 Why would y…
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Join Mazen and returning guest Frank Calise as they explore the exciting updates in React Native 0.74! From Yoga 3.0 to the new Bridge-less mode, learn how these updates can make your development smoother and faster. Episode Links Official 0.74 Announcement Blog New Architecture Docs React Native Push Notifications iOS GitHub Android minimum SDK Pr…
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In this revisited supper club episode, Wes and Scott talk with Brad Frost about how to implement design systems in small and large scale projects, best practices around naming things, keeping everything in sync across different codebases, and how design systems help projects. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 00:49 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 01…
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OverflowAI is a GenAI-powered add-on for Stack Overflow for Teams that does the heavy lifting of discovering and distilling information into a coherent answer. It encompasses three modules: Enhanced Search, an upgraded search experience; Stack Overflow for Visual Studio Code, an IDE extension; and Auto-Answer App for Slack, which automates access t…
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Welcome to a special live edition of Syntax, recorded at React Miami! Join Scott and Wes as they dish out games galore, from Spot the Syntax Error to JS or NAYS, all while engaging with the audience in this lively session of coding camaraderie. Plus, who’s the better programmer? Stay tuned to find out! Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 00:54 Meet…
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In this episode, we discuss all things animations in React Native, from the theory of their impact on performance to practical optimization techniques. Hosted by Łukasz Chludziński, Catalin Miron and Łukasz Walczak share their insights on leveraging animations effectively in React Native app development, highlighting their fundamental role in enhan…
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Al Sweigert is the author of Automate the Boring Stuff with Python and many other books about programming. You can read them all for free here. His scroll art project introduces beginners to programming by letting them turn loops and print() into animated ASCII art. Al joined us from a retreat at the Brooklyn, NY-based Recurse Center, which offers …
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Scott and Wes serve up all the deets on the latest React 19 update, exploring new features like actions, web components, use()API, and document metadata. Stay tuned as they discuss the ins and outs of upgrading to React 19 and what it means for your projects. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:30 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02:03 What’s in the…
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Steve and Katie talk with their colleague, Tom Kline, about the Nazi’s program of remaking European culture, the enormous theft and displacement of art that occurred as part of that program, and the efforts of the heirs of Jews displaced during World War II to reclaim art and cultural property. The discussion focuses on the Washington Principles, t…
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In this episode, Scott and Wes dive into the world of local-first apps with Johannes Schickling, the mastermind behind Prisma. From databases, WASM for non-JS, to authentication challenges, they explore the ins and outs of crafting apps that prioritize local functionality. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:10 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 01:28…
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Read Eira’s two-part series about developers with ADHD here and here. Chris recommends that devs with ADHD employ a “second brain” to help them track and remember information. Read Eira’s article on what second brains reveal about how we work. A few years back Chris joined us to talk about the most lightweight web “framework” around: VanillaJS. Lis…
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In this episode, The panelist of React Round-Up, View on Vue, Adventures in Angular, Ruby Rogues, and JavaScript Jabber speak with Sean Merron about Mastermind Groups of Startups and much more. Sean is the founder of today's topic and product “Mastermind Hunt.” This product is design to skillfully find a mastermind to take your business and skills …
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Scott and Wes are here to guide you through the world of React Server Components, shedding light on the intricacies of Form Actions and Server Actions. Get ready to level up your React skills as they discuss the ins and outs of these powerful features and share their expert advice on optimizing your applications. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax!…
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In this conversation, Simon and Kitze discuss various topics including Kitze's experience as a React Native developer, his encounter with Gary Vee, and his popular product Sizzy. The conversation revolves around the challenges of building customizable UI components in React Native and the lack of comprehensive libraries. Simon and Kitze discuss the…
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In this 3-course series, Scott and Wes serve up some JavaScript Promises treats. In part 1, they unravel the concept of promises and delve into common examples of their usage, from creating and waiting on promises, to database queries and user permissions. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome to Syntax! 01:27 Brought to you by Sentry.io. 02:32 What is a promis…
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