PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

238 episodes of PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket since the first episode, which aired on November 11th, 2020.

  • Stripe and Tensorflow.js with Charlie Gerard

    September 27th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  33 mins 43 secs
    api, stripe, tensorflow

    Charlie Gerard is a senior developer advocate at Stripe, a Google Developer Expert in web technologies, and author of Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript. Charlie joins us to talk about her work at Stripe, how she got started using Tensorflow.js, and more!

  • Routers, app development, and legos with Evan Bacon

    September 23rd, 2022  |  Season 2  |  40 mins 44 secs
    app development, expo router, native apps

    What if you could build the routes for native apps by creating files? Evan Bacon joins us to talk about the Expo Router he has been working on and more!

  • Svelvet with Andrew Widjaja

    September 21st, 2022  |  Season 2  |  17 mins 40 secs
    frontend, svelte, svelvet

    We sit down with the co-creator of Svelvet, Andrew Widjaja, to talk about how Svelvet allows developers to design beautiful flow charts easily, why they chose to create it for Svelte, and what’s coming up for the library.

  • Radix with Benoît Grélard

    September 20th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  27 mins 22 secs
    accessibility, frontend development, radix

    We sit down with Benoît Grélard, lead web developer at WorkOS and Radix maintainer, about Radix, the open-source UI component library for building high-quality, accessible design systems and web apps.

  • The next generation of tech is on TikTok with Aaroh Mankad

    September 16th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  45 mins
    tech community, tiktok, webdevelopment

    Aaroh Mankad, Developer Experience Engineer at Plaid, talks about how developers can leverage TikTok to learn about web development, get jobs in the industry, and how the tech community in general is moving to the platform.

  • PodRocket presents: All things serverless with Compressed.fm

    September 15th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 2 mins
    serverless

    We'll be back with our PodRocket episodes tomorrow but today, we're bringing you a guest episode with James and Amy from Compressed.fm — a weekly podcast focused on web development and design with a little bit of zest. This podcast was born out of a passion for teaching shared by the two co-hosts, Amy Dutton and James Quick.

  • Stop polling, let’s go streaming with Phil Wilkins

    September 14th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  44 mins
    apis, polling, streaming

    We talk to Phil Wilkins, Cloud Developer Evangelist at Oracle, about his recent talk, “Stop Polling, Let’s Go Streaming,” where we take a deep dive into the world of APIs and talk about when developers should use streaming instead of polling.

  • Building a consistent developer experience with Ravi Lachhman

    September 13th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  25 mins 38 secs
    developer experiences, harness

    We talk to Ravi Lachhman, Principal Product Manager at Harness, about his work at Harness and his recent conference talk, “KISS - Building a Consistent Developer Experience,” where he gives actionable insights into creating and maintaining good developer experiences.

  • Vitest and VueUse with Anthony Fu

    September 9th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  42 mins 10 secs
    framework, vite, vitest, vue

    Anthony Fu is a core team member of Vue, Nuxt, and Vite. Anthony is also the creator of Vitest, Slidev, VueUse, UnoCSS, and more! In this episode, we get caught up on Vitest, a blazing fast unit test powered by Vite, and VueUse, a collection of essential Vue composition utilities. Listen now!

  • Docusaurus 2.0 with Sébastien Lorber

    September 7th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  33 mins
    documentation websites, optimization, website builder

    After four years, the highly anticipated Docusaurus 2.0 was recently released. We talk to Sébastien Lorber, maintainer of Docusaurus, about what’s new in the documentation website builder.

  • Ultra with Omar Mashaal

    September 6th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  32 mins 40 secs
    deno, esm, react, web framework

    We talk to Omar Mashaal, creator of the Ultra web framework, about how Ultra, built on Deno with React 18, allows developers to write code and serve it as ESM in whatever format or project structure.

  • Aviator with Ankit Jain

    September 2nd, 2022  |  Season 2  |  35 mins 8 secs
    automation, engineering productivity, workflows

    Aviator is a suite of tools to avoid broken builds, manage stacked PRs, simplify cumbersome merge processes, and suppress flaky tests. Ankit Jain, Co-Founder and CEO at Aviator, joins us to talk about his experience leading high-growth teams, how Aviator is improving engineering productivity for teams, and more.

  • AnimXYZ with Mattan and Miles Ingram

    August 31st, 2022  |  Season 2  |  39 mins 50 secs
    frontend development, javascript, web development

    We talk to Mattan and Miles Ingram, creators of AnimXYZ, about how they set out to create a JavaScript animation library where you can program animations using plain English.

  • StackBlitz with Tomek Sułkowski

    August 30th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  45 mins 46 secs
    ide, node, webcontainers

    StackBlitz is an online IDE where you can create Angular, React, and Vue projects quickly and easily in your browser. Tomek Sułkowski, Founding Engineer and DevRel at StackBlitz, joins us to talk about WebContainers, running Node in the browser, and more.

  • Lunchbox.js with Sander Moolin

    August 26th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  35 mins 22 secs
    custom rendering, threejs, vue

    Sander Moolin, web and game developer at Breakfast Studio, joins us to talk about Lunchbox.js — a Vue 3/ThreeJS custom renderer. Listen now!

  • Building tech for social good with low-code tools with Vic Vijayakumar

    August 24th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  32 mins
    impactful tech, low code tools, social good

    When Vic Vijayakumar saw his daughter’s preschool struggling with an inefficient and non-digital admissions process, he decided to lend a hand by building an admissions system using low-code tools with limited costs. He joins us to talk about this project and how other developers can provide impactful tech while cutting time and costs.