Web Workers Podcast
Episode 9: A Discussion on Progressive Enhancement
We're discussing some controversy from late 2016 this week. The idea that Progressive Enhancement IS a moral argument and why that makes it a better or worse argument. This is based on the blog post 'Yes, progressive enhancement is a f****** moral argument'
Episode 8: CSS Shorthand Antipatterns
This week we read CSS Wizardry's 'CSS Shorthand Syntax Considered an Anti-Pattern' and discuss the nature of the shorthand properties as well as whether or not this is actually an antipattern.
Episode 7: Component Architecture in Sass
We read David Kourshid's scotch.io article 'Aesthetic Sass: Architecture, Style and Organization' and discuss the topics of reusability, naming and structure in Sass and CSS.
Episode 6: Education via Documentation
Based on David Gilbertson's '19 Things I learnt reading the NodeJS docs,' we discuss Node, API Documentation vs. Tutorials and learning new things in general.
Episode 5: Native Apps vs. Progressive Web Apps
This week we take on an age-old argument: Native phone apps vs Progressive Web apps. Based on Eric Elliot's Medium post Native Apps are Doomed, we discuss the pros and cons of both ecosystems.
Episode 4: Web Workers Rewind - Meteor Up and Running
From the August Web Workers meetup in Memphis, Tenn. Eric talks about getting up and running in MeteorJS.
Episode 3: Web Workers Rewind - Modern CSS
From the August Web Workers meetup in Memphis, Tenn. Bryan speaks about Post-Modern CSS including Object-Fit, Clip-path and CSS Grid.
Episode I: The Phantom Podcast
The hosts discuss their various backgrounds, how they got into tech and how newbies and beginners can find their way in the ever-shifting landscape