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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 (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 …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike sit down with Devonta Johnson to discuss imposter syndrome, project management, and workplace diversity. Devonta currently works for The American Board of Anesthesiology and is also an instructor/mentor at Nucamp coding bootcamp, he has also worked at Foster Moore leading the United States Virgin Islands project to lau…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss iterative design. No matter what you're designing, or using, it went through some sort of iterations before coming to market. Something as simple as adjusting a font size contributes an iteration and shows a commitment to make a product better. When it comes to web development, if you're not classically trained…
 
Programming for hours, months, or years can easily give way to a cluster of bad habits. In this episode, Matt and Mike discuss good developer habits including determining your most productive work times, not begin afraid to Google things, knowing when to take a break, and much more. Then in this week's Web News, the duo discuss why hardly anyone me…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike sit down with David Lindahl, a long time friend of the show and UI developer. Last time we spoke with David he had recently gotten his first full time development job as a UI developer. Since then a lot has changed, we'll let him tell you the story, but we cover everything from jobs to freelancing, and all the side hus…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss why coding might not be for you. Many people will just say that you have to keep trying and not give up, and that's absolutely correct, unless of course you find out that coding might not be your thing. We discuss a few of the reasons why coding might not end up being for you at length. Then later we change gea…
 
In this tidbit, Matt and Mike discuss the recent news that Joe Rogan's JRE (Joe Rogan Experience) podcast will be heading onto Spotify exclusively in just a matter of months. Even though this isn't web dev/design, or small business related - it does affect our medium of podcasting. This also potentially affects the entire structure of podcasting as…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss something more important than your MVP (Minimum Viable Product), project cornerstones. If a feature of your MVP has no viable substitute, focus on ironing that out first - then move on to the rest. These project cornerstones, if left unattended, can lead to a project's complete failure. Imaging working on the U…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss new and interesting web tech such as web assembly, API- first development, Flutter Web, and much more. By touching on a variety of topics like this you'll be able to better converse with other developers even if you're not fully versed in a how a technology works. You'll also get a bit of a feel of how other pa…
 
In this tidbit/web news, Matt and Mike discuss the difference between Peer-To-Peer(P2P) and Centralized cloud computing methods. Recently the difference between these two cloud computing methods has been brought up due to all the data that we process inside of centralized datacenters that are often owned by large corporations like Facebook and Goog…
 
In this episode, Matt and Mike discuss proposing projects to your team in the early stages of an idea. When talking to your team with an idea, it's a lot less formal than preparing research and documentation for an investor, for example. Instead, the idea needs to be mostly flushed out, with some small holes that your team, or additional research c…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss some of the most popular web design tips, but with a bit of a twist. Instead of just going through the list, the duo tackle them from a developer's point-of-view instead of a designer. As a web developer, especially a frontend developer, it's very common that your job will overlap that of the web designer, or a…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss taking charge on client projects. Even though you (as the developer/programmer/web dev), aren't the owner of a project, sometimes you need to take charge and just get the project done. Some clients aren't aware of where their job is supposed to end and where yours is supposed to begin, which often times results…
 
In this week's episode Matt and Mike discuss learning by doing, rather than learning by tutorials or traditional classes. By working on projects, getting stuck, and then Googling your way through you'll learn faster, have a finished product at the end of the day, and be able to retain what you learned easier because you've researched and implemente…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss how to make money online. With so many people stuck at home, anyone without the luxury of being able to work remotely will no doubt be looking at how to bring in a little extra money without breaking quarantine. Often times Google searches on these types of topics will bring up a bunch of different methods from…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss where Webflow fits in the current web development landscape. With so many other website builders out there (Wix, Squarespace, GoDaddy Website Builder, etc.) and web development tools (ReactJS, Angular, VueJS, etc.) Webflow has its work cut out itself, making their own little space in this very crowded market. T…
 
Marie Otsuka (http://motsuka.com) is a designer working around tools and methods for making. She designed and developed the solar powered version of the Low-Tech Magazine website (http://solar.lowtechmagazine.com). This episode was originally recorded in New York on December 30, 2019, not too long after Marie returned from Barcelona, where the sola…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss COVID-19, quarantine, and more importantly Svelte. Svelte is compareable to other tools like ReactJS, VueJS and Angular that are already popular among web developers. What does Svelte bring to the table that these don't already serve up? Then in the Web News, the duo discuss NPM being purchased by Microsoft. Is…
 
This week on the HTML All The Things Podcast, Matt and Mike discuss the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) that's been affecting us all. With social distancing and remote work (working from home) being strongly suggested, or even mandatory in some cases, we discuss our thoughts on the whole situation including how we're holding up, some of our concern…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss office politics, discussing common workplace issues such as cross-personnel delays (probably the most common office politics that we're all susceptible too) and third-party contacts (contacting external teams - usually for support - and having to deal with another company's bureaucracy). Then in the weekly Web …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss what they need to do better, specifically what questions you should be asking yourself in a self assessment such as - Am I on track? - What are my strengths? - What are our biggest priorities right now? - etc. By asking these questions of yourself and your team, you'll be able to see where you need to improve a…
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss last week's poll results, and then take a look at a recent survey conducted by Sitejet. The survey focused on a variety of areas in a web designers job from what troubles them most in their jobs, to how long they think a website should take to make. As an added bonus this week, Matt is looking to take his 2020 …
 
In this episode Matt and Mike discuss the customer experience from the start of their project, through completion, and everything that may come after that. When a customer asks you for your help with something it's important that their experience is as comfortable as possible, ensuring that everything you'll be doing is clear and concise, the custo…
 
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