Potluck × Meeting IRL × SSG vs SSR × Domain Privacy
In this Potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about meeting IRL, bookmarks, SSG vs SSR, domain privacy, deploying monorepos, and more.
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- 00:08 Welcome
- 01:20 Weather updates
- 02:21 How often have you gotten together in real life?
- Jamstack Conf
- 05:33 What are people using to bookmark sites?
- Arc Browser
- 09:03 When not to use Static Site Generation (SSG), and when to use Server-side Rendering (SSR)?
- Svelte Kit
- 13:53 How do you do correct error handling to catch everything?
- 21:13 Sponsor: Sentry
- 22:50 Is there any benefit to using getters and setters in classes set them over plain methods?
- 27:47 Will there ever be a js framework that can SSR on a non-JS backend?
- 32:40 Have either of you thought about learning and teaching Python or Django?
- 34:56 What is your opinion on purchasing “Domain Privacy” with each domain?
- 37:49 Sponsor: Sanity
- 38:44 Domain privacy continued
- 39:22 How you deploy monorepo packages?
- 43:48 As a member of a non margin group should I avoid applying for jobs when they say they welcome applicants who are of a marginalized group to support diversity?
- 46:12 When would you, if ever, choose good-old React over something like Next JS?
- 53:24 Sponsor: Freshbooks
- 54:16 Is it preferred to import via absolute reference or relative reference?
- 00:23 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××
- Scott: Air Compressor
- Wes: Blue Flush Cutter Mini Diagonal Cutting Pliers Side Cutter Nippers Wire Cutter