Potluck - Selling Themes × Which Browser Should Devs Use? × Where Do You Keep 2FA Codes? × Remix vs Svelte Kit × Getting Unstuck from Tutorial Hell

Feb. 16, 2022, 11 a.m. (7 months, 2 weeks ago)
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In this episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about selling themes, which browser to use, where to keep your 2FA codes, Remxi vs Svelte Kit, and more!

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Show Notes

  • 00:11 Welcome
  • 02:10 Can you explain import.meta?
  • 07:20 What are your thoughts on publishing and selling HTML & CSS/SASS templates/themes?
  • 12:00 When is it best to use a semantic menu vs a nav?
  • 16:14 Sponsor: Sentry.io
  • 17:36 As a newbie in web dev., which browser do you recommend, Chrome or Firefox Dev. Edition?
  • 20:25 Are TypeScript types are like creating models in Mongoose?
  • 26:16 If you use 2FA, where do you store your recovery codes?
  • 1Password
  • 29:32 Do you know a programming language which similar syntax to js and without the need of a runtime-framework?
  • Syntax 429 - Cloudflare Workers
  • 32:54 I am not feeling the hype for Remix. I would rather put my energy into SvelteKit.
  • Remix
  • Svelte Kit
  • 36:41 Sponsor: Sanity
  • 38:09 Do you guys have any advice on getting unstuck from tutorial hell and at what point do you think someone is ready to apply for junior web dev jobs?
  • 41:36 Do you feel frameworks like Next.js, Remix, etc. abstract too much the complexity that it takes to build full-stack web apps?
  • 44:19 How do you keep up on new technologies?
  • Swyx
  • Scott’s Newsletter
  • Intent to Ship
  • 54:04 Sponsor: Freshbooks
  • 55:06 Sick Picks!

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