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HTML energy is all around us and in every website. Building websites has become complex, but the energy of HTML persists. What makes HTML special is its simplicity. HTML isn’t a vast language, yet you can do a lot with it. Anyone who wants to publish on the web can write HTML. This accessibility and ease of use is where its energy resides. In this podcast, we talk to people about their relationship with HTML energy—how they first encountered it, how they harness it, and where it's going. Who ...
 
Keep up with the latest web developer technologies and news covering javascript, React.js, Node.js, HTML5. Learn the current best practices in web and mobile app development.
 
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In this episode Matt and Mike are back to basics talking all about the roots of all web development - HTML, CSS, and JS. The duo discuss the new and old capabilities of these foundational technologies, discussing what they do, and how to go about learning each of them. They cover topics like flexbox, CSS grid, box model, using specific HTML tags, a…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss how laser focus can help drive you and your projects to the finish line quickly, but with the huge caveat that it's hard to figure out exactly what to laser focus on. Unless you're one of the lucky ones, that knew exactly what they were going to do for a career from high school onward, then the road to your pas…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss asking for help. Even though it sounds simple, asking for help can be an anxiety-inducing activity because you don't want to bother your fellow co-workers, or be called out for not doing enough research if you ask on an online forum. There can also be hesitation to ask because you want to solve your problem you…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss dealing with large projects with rapidly approaching deadlines. We all know that managing your time and tasks appropriately can really help alleviate stress and concern over large projects, however, all that management takes time - time you don't always have. Rapidly approaching deadlines can force your hand in…
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike sit down with Kilian Valkhof to discuss a browser that he made for developers called Polypane. Polypane lets you, the developer, test your website in various resolutions all at the same time - perfect for making responsive websites. But that is just scratching the surface, Polypane can help your website's accessibilit…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss some of the bad habits that many web developers develop over time. Habits including procrastination, Tutorial Hell, and overengineering. These, among others, can slow down and even stop a web dev project in it's tracks - impacting your growth as a developer and "stealing" precious projects from your portfolio. …
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike have a special guest on the show - Monarch Wadia. Monarch is an advocate for new developers running online hackathons among other events in countries all over the world. He also runs his own software development firm out of Toronto, Canada. Show Notes You can find us on... Facebook | Twitter | Instagram RSS | Patreon …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike do something a little different, Matt prepared the whole episode with Mike knowing, dividing it up into smaller parts and then getting Mike's opinion on each part. The overall topic being how to support a lot of users at once using methods like documentation, phone calls, instant messaging, and more. Supporting users c…
 
In this absolutely packed episode, Matt and Mike discuss a mash up of different topics from advanced data structures & algorithms through third-party server migrations. Data structures & algorithms can get very complex, but should they affect your daily web development journey? Imposter syndrome is something that almost everyone experiences in thei…
 
In this episode of the Web News, Matt and Mike discuss a UX tip that you can use on virtually any project. When you're in early testing of an app, or website, if you reach for something, and it isn’t there, treat that as if it’s broken. As you test with your family, friends, and colleagues you'll notice that they will instinctually reach for things…
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike discuss all the ins-and-outs of APIs including what they are, how they work, what they're used for, and more specifically - how to build them quickly using Strapi. Making your own API can easily get out of hand, as you go down the rabbit hole of functionality and usability, luckily Strapi can help you spin up APIs qui…
 
In this episode of the Web News, Matt and Mike discuss the topic that's been taking over the news lately and that is GameStop, BlackBerry, and AMC stock. Basically a war has broken out between short sellers (hedge funds) and the people over on /r/wallstreetbets over these stocks resulting in major losses for some, and incredible wins for others. Yo…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the art of becoming self-taught. When you want to learn something new you basically have two options, teach yourself, or go to a traditional school/course. While self-teaching sounds like it's the easier option, it's actually oftentimes found in both. Traditional courses can't get into the weeds on every single…
 
In this episode of the Web News, Matt and Mike discuss the value of time versus the value of money. Many people will put in $100 of effort in to save $10, and whilst there are some situations that call for that sort of imbalance of value, in general all that extra effort just isn't worth the time. Some people treat time like it's unlimited and that…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the eagerly anticipated topic of web bundlers with a specific focus on Webpack and Snowpack. While making websites with vanilla code can be great, sometimes you gotta call on a bunch of plugins and frameworks to put together something really special in a reasonable amount of time. When all that stuff has to wor…
 
In this episode of the Web News, Matt and Mike discuss a potential UX problem across the board. As UX increasingly makes things easier in tech, it makes very difficult tasks easy - and furthermore makes easy tasks even easier (or even completely automated). The result of this is a generation of people that grew up with tech, that seem to be "tech s…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss how to avoid being overwhelmed when you're already busy. Almost everyone has been there before - you have a full plate, and the phone calls just keep on rolling in. During these stressful times it's easy to become overwhelmed and break down which isn't good for you, or your work. Luckily the tips, tricks, and t…
 
In this episode of the Web News, Matt and Mike discuss something that's been cropping up on social media, and in the tech news recently - the WhatsApp policy changes. Due to the nature of the changes and of course the affiliation with Facebook, many of you are probably being told to switch to other apps, such as Signal. While Matt doesn't care abou…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss how to start a new side project, with a heavy emphasis on how Mike takes his side projects from concept through production including discussions on free versus paid tools, side projects versus side hustles, and much more. Then in the Weekly Growth Goal, Mike failed to reach his by around 2%, but Matt finished h…
 
In this Web News, Matt and Mike discuss Matt's recent email detox. After several years of having consistent access to his work email, Matt finally took a week away by turning off his work device for the entire holiday season. While there were times of anxiety and desire to turn it back on, he never did. Find out out if it helped, or hurt by tuning …
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike discuss the technologies that caught their eye in 2020 including things like TailwindCSS, Vue 3.0, Snowpack, and much more. Then the duo discuss their sort of personal/professional year-in-review, focusing on some of the defining moments of 2020. You can find us on... Facebook | Twitter | Instagram RSS | Patreon | Spo…
 
In this edition of Web News, Matt and Mike discuss releasing buggy products to the public including some offerings that Google has released, and of course the very topical Cyberpunk 2077 (especially on PS4 and Xbox One). Iterative design is nothing new in tech, but lately it seems like it has been taken to the extreme, where even very large mega co…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the difference between side hustles and side projects so you can choose which is right for you! It's easy to assume that a side hustle is something that is "just on the side" and can be ignored whenever you're not feeling it, but a side hustle is a business and ultimately cannot be ignored if you want any consi…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss revisiting old projects, whether they be for personal use, or for a longtime client, we all have those projects that are on old codebases, or using a completely different technology from what we use in the moment. Going back to these old projects can be like a time capsule for how we used to code back in the pa…
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike discuss one of the most overlooked requirements of running a web agency - customer support. It's very easy to think that the biggest hurdle to your business will be learning and keeping up with all the new tools and skills that you'll need to deliver modern websites to your clients, but in reality, support can be equa…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss all that is right with the world of web development. From the flexibility of where you live (working from home), all the learning resources (free and paid), the plethora of available technologies, and so much more - web development has a tonne of great features that may just make it the right career choice for …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss all the issues with web development like rapidly changing frameworks, dealing with customer relations, inconsistency with pricing, and much more! This episode went a little off the rails with tangents so the Web News has been postponed to next week, hopefully tangents won't derail that too. You can find us on..…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the idea of the internet's currency in regards to social media and marketing yourself (or your business) online. Every internet entrepreneur has seen self-help business gurus, marketing experts, and more promise that their methods of posting on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook will make you a …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss package managers (not webpack). They explore what packages are, how you get them, how they work within projects, and more importantly - what you need to know to use them in your projects. Then later in the Web News the duo discuss standardizing technology and how important it is to keeping your more maintainabl…
 
In this (Halo) episode Matt and Mike discuss getting started with web development as a second career. Whether you're going to be keeping your day job, got laid off recently, or are retiring this episode covers the basics on getting started and the different types of web development that you might find yourself doing. Then in the Web News, the duo t…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss their own personal inefficiencies and what they're looking at improving upon. It's very important to know what you do well and what you do not - but it is arguably equally as important to know what you want to (and hopefully will) improve on, and what you will not be working on. It's impossible to learn everyth…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss their experiences with an ever-growing amount of stacks, plugins, and technologies in the web development world. As a web developer, you may find it important to know many stacks, or specific pieces of tech, but you can't learn them all. This episode covers the pros and cons of multiple stacks, as well as the s…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss whether you should open source your project or not. They discuss what open source is, what the benefits are, and how you can start contributing. Then later in the Web News the duo discuss the Hacktoberfest controversy. You can find us on... Facebook | Twitter | Instagram RSS | Patreon | Spotify Medium | YouTube…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss one of the most common and most dreaded things to ever happen to projects of any kind, scope creep. Whether its your clients changing features or asking for new ones, or even if you're being too hard on a personal project - the duo discuss their experiences with scope creep, how it happens, and how to prevent i…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss all things Vue 3.0, with the release hot off it's heels, Mike has had some time to dive into the patch notes and even plan to use Vue 3.0 in his current projects. The duo discuss the new features and changes, as well as how you might migrate to Vue 3.0 on your projects, or even if you're currently learning Vue …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss some of the things that you may find yourself doing as a web developer, without realizing it was apart of the job when learning the ropes. These hidden, or "untold" parts of web development include technical support, marketing, communications, and much more. Then later in the Web News we will discuss Moment.js …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the day in the life of a developer, specifically Mike's schedule during regular work days as well as crunch. Then the duo discuss Matt's more sporadic schedule briefly before switching gears in the weekly Web News where they discuss working for passive income involving reseller hosting, affiliate programs, and …
 
Neta Bomani (https://netabomani.com) is a worker who engages in social practices like oral history and direct action through organizing and making archives, writings, prints, zines, computational objects and workshops. Ritu Ghiya (https://www.r-i-t-u.com) is an artist who works as a designer and web developer. Her digital works involve retrieving a…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss a flurry of different topics that didn't quite make the cut in an episode of their own. Whether the topic was too new to them at the time, wasn't meaty enough to fill discuss a lot, or was too specific to expand upon - these topics all together formed an interesting varied episode that the duo hope you enjoy! Y…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss plugins - from lightboxes, to SEO helpers, and everything in-between they can be a massive help, but can also cause their fair share of problems. The duo discuss how to determine when you need a plugin, what plugins are good for and so much more. Then later in the Web News, they discuss yet another Apple App St…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss vanilla HTML, CSS, and JS versus Webflow, comparing and contrasting as well as discussing their affect and standing in the industry. Then later, in the weekly Web news, the duo discuss whether or not you should be coding for 8 hours straight while working. You can find us on... Facebook | Twitter | Instagram RS…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss what a JavaScript framework is and why you'd want to use it over vanilla JavaScript - including some tips and tricks for Vue.js specifically. Then in the weekly Web News we discuss the Samsung ecosystem and game streaming. You can find us on... Facebook | Twitter | Instagram RSS | Patreon | Spotify Medium | You…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the power and importance of website content when it comes to layout out your website. Websites can fall into various categories like a small business site, or a business card site - that apply not only to the visual layout but also the technical layout. Getting all of your customer's ideas and vision laid out f…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss all things code reviews. Whether you love them or hate them, code reviews keep dangerous bugs out of production software, as well as help junior (and senior for that matter) developers progress their knowledge and skills. Then in the Web News, the guys discuss content creation and being overrun/overwhelmed. You…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss working from home. With many workers across the globe settling into their home offices for the foreseeable future, we discuss our top 10 tips for being productive from home. Then in the weekly Web News, the duo discuss their plans for more Twitch streams and other content. You can find us on... Facebook | Twitt…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike sit down with Megan Mee to discuss mental health in the workplace. Mental health is extremely important in the workplace as it can affect not only a single employee's productivity and mood, but their entire team as well. We tackle some tough questions on mental health from the perspective of a team member, and a boss -…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss tutorial hell. There's so much to learn out there that it's easy to fall into a rut, jumping from tutorial to tutorial and never getting into the thick of it. Whilst there's nothing wrong with learning new things, there comes a time where you have to break out from your learning cycle and into a real project. T…
 
It's episode 100! It's been a long journey and we couldn't have done it without you - thank you! As apart of our 100th episode celebration we answered your questions in a Q&A style alongside a discussion on the future of HTML All The Things, and how we've grown along this incredible journey. We didn't get to a Web News this week as our episode was …
 
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