Potluck - Working on a Team × Dealing with Imposter Syndrome × Animating on the Web × Icon Libraries × Demanding Clients
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In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about working on a team, dealing with imposter syndrome, animating on the web, using the table element, landing pages for apps, and building full stack apps with NextJS.Sentry - Sponsor
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- 00:10 Welcome
- 01:05 The mustard bandit podcast
- 02:54 How can Developers work with designers and Product managers seamlessly?
- 06:37 How do I deal with imposter syndrome?
- 10:46 Any good coffee shops in Denver?
- 17 of Denver’s Best Coffee Shops
- 11:38 Do you use Table element or CSS Grid for tabular data?
- 13:18 How do you manage animations without a library?
- 17:05 Sponsor: Sentry
- 18:01 What do you use for icon libraries?
- Font Awesome Icons
- React Icons
- Flat Icons
- 25:10 How do you unregister the service worker to clear site data?
- Syntax 346 - Selling T Shirts
- 29:15 Sponsor: Sanity.io
- 30:47 Since NextJS has API routes, could you build a full-stack application using just NextJS?
- 35:41 Do you keep your landing pages and home pages seperate from your app?
- 37:35 Where’s the line for moving something hosted on a developer server to moving it to production?
- 41:44 How do you deal with ignorant or demanding clients?
- 45:54 As a JS/TS developer, which other language should I learn to compliment my skills?
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- 58:41 Shameless Plugs