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Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Jack fills us in on what his first front-end framework was and how he got into the Vue community. [00:2:48] Jack tells us the reasons why Vue was the best choice and Ben chimes in as well to tell us. [00:06:20] Tessa wonders with a team that is so design heavy, did Jack find the designers were also empowered to make changes if everything looked more like HTML and CSS if they had a JSX file. [00:07:35] Chris wonders since Jack seems to like Typescript as well, how has his journey been and what were the reasons that he brought TypeScript into Vue. Also, did he do it right from the start or at some point afterwards, and he explains. [00:12:53] Tessa asks Jack if it was always a question of TypeScript vs no TypeScript or did anybody want to test something else like Flow? [00:14:24] There are some advantages to the JavaScript application, particularly in Vuex. He explains the “non-sunshine and roses” parts of using TypeScript. [00:18:42] Speaking of documentation, Jack explains if he’s found when using TypeScript with Vue it has affected onboarding, whether to make it more complex or more structured for people who are new to play. [00:21:55] For the downsides of using JavaScript, Jack and Ben explain if they see any of those getting better with Vue3 or the next version of Vuex. [00:27:34] Tessa wonders how does Jack think the transition will go from Vue2 to Vue3, especially if TypeScript is kind of implemented and he is intrigued about it. [00:29:41] Tessa wonders if there are any kinds of tools that are good to work with TypeScript. Picks of the week: [00:34:50] Tessa has three picks: watch the “Super-sized Psychtacular Binge-a-thon” on USA Network. Her second pick is “Turnip Prophet” for Animal Crossing. Her third pick is Sony is giving away the “Uncharted Collection” and “Journey” for free through May 5th. [00:36:39] Chris has three picks: A show called, “Don’t Trust the B----in Apartment 23.” His second pick is a dessert making show called,” Zumbo’s Just Desserts.” His third pick is he’s been doing a lot of hiking and he has some tips to make hiking more interesting: Read a book called, “Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants in Wild (and Not So Wild) Places.” Also, get a Jewelry Loupe to identify plants, especially when they’re in bloom. [00:39:13] Jack has three picks: If you’re considering TypeScript in Vue or if you’ve already gotten started with it, check out the template interpolation setting in Vetur. His second pick is to watch a show called, “Unorthodox” on Netflix. His third pick is a video game called, “Factorio.” [00:41:11] Ben has four picks: His first pick is Jack’s talk on TypeScript and Vue @ Politico found on Vue Mastery. His second pick is Tessa, who is Turnip Queen, and introduced him to “Turnip Prophet.” His Third pick is playing “Pictionary” online with friends. His fourth pick is, “Nailed It,” a baking show on Netflix. Resources mentioned Jack Koppa Twitter Jack Koppa GitHub “Psych Binge-a-thon”-USA Network Turnip Prophet "Uncharted Collection" Journey “Don’t Trust the B----in Apt 23”-Hulu “Zumbo’s Just Desserts”-Netflix “Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants in Wild (and Not So Wild) Places" Jewelry Loupes Vue template Interpolation in Vetur “Unorthodox”-Netflix "Factorio" Jack Koppa-Typescript and Vue @Politico "Nailed It!" Games to play on Zoom for Long-Distance Fun Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Jack Koppa.
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Chris gets right into business and explains what Vue Devtools are. [00:05:51] Ben explains the “EventBus” in Devtools and what kinds of events it tracks. [00:06:47] Ari talks about the “Vuex tabs” since that’s the tab she spends the most time in. There are two panels that she explains about. [00:12:07] Chris blows everyone’s mind by telling them a feature that a lot of people don’t know about by clicking on the components tree and inspecting. Listen here to have your mind blown! It’s a game changer! [00:18:39] Ben explains a “console log” trick he’s learned recently if you ever have trouble unpacking an object. This trick he talks about allows you to do it in a dropdown manner. [00:21:34] Chris asks everyone what kinds of tricks or tools they use when they are troubleshooting by themselves. [00:28:07] Tessa mentions something pretty cool and useful about how you can activate Vue Devtools on the production version of a website. Picks of the week: [00:33:34] Chris has two picks: “Half-Life: Alyx,” a virtual reality game series and a cartoon series called, “Steven Universe Future.” [00:36:48] Ben has three picks: VS Codes Live Share, a tv show on Netflix called, “Ugly Delicious,” and a game called, “Don’t Starve Together.” [00:38:22] Chris decides he has one more pick☺, “Drawful 2,” which is a great game to play remotely with friends, found on STEAM and it’s FREE!!!! [00:39:13] Tessa has two picks: She suggests taking classes with a friend. She is currently doing an online tarot class with a friend which is a fun way to keep in touch and she suggests going to watch a professional photo shoot in “Animal Crossing” that Jessica Kobeissi, put together on YouTube. [00:40:11] Ari has two picks: a song called, “Since You Asked Kindly,” by the band, “BadBadNotGood,” and a series on Hulu called, “The Last Man on Earth.” Resources mentioned Vue.js Devtools “Half-Life:Alyx” “Steven Universe Future” VS Code Live Share “Ugly Delicious” “Don’t Starve Together” “Drawful 2” 4 Best Tarot Card Courses “Animal Crossing” Photoshoot with Jessica Kobeissi “Since You Asked Kindly,” by BadBadNotGood “The Last Man on Earth” Sponsor: Linode
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:27] Ben jumps in right away and asks Amir when it comes to front end frameworks what was his first one and how did he come to join the Vue community? [00:03:46] Amir talks about how he’s heading up developer experience. He announces Ben is on the team now! YAY BEN! ☺ [00:05:07] Tessa wonders when Amir is going around to solve problems, does he find that a lot of teams have very different ways of looking at Cypress usage or end to end testing, and if so, how does he resolve that or try to work on this kind of experience that works for everyone? [00:06:47] Chris and Amir explain what end to end testing is. [00:13:23] Ben explains what end to end testing means to him and Chris talks about the two things that you need to test in your application. [00:21:54] Amir talks about something he’s been advocating for recently that has to do with testing and developing apps, so listen here find out. He also explains “introspection.” [00:26:30] A great question is asked by Ari who wants to know what are some of the barriers to entry that people find that is making it so they’re not doing this and how can you address those issues? Amir responds. [00:29:04] Tessa asks Amir if he’s speaking to a team that has a setup already, where would he have them start or how would he convince them to adopt a different testing? [00:38:31] Amir talks about what Cypress released in the recent version of Cypress 4.3 and 4.4, which is better error reporting that is significantly better. There are also some new improvements on the way as well. Picks of the week: [00:39:56] Ari has two picks: a TV show on Hulu called, “Future Man.” Also, two songs by the band, Moderat, which are, “Seamonkey” and “Porc #1.” [00:41:27] Chris has four picks: Wait… he has to sneeze, Ok, he’s good! LOL. His first pick is for you to give Vue one day to play around it. Just try it and he will never bug you again. Also, try Cypress. Please give it a try. His next pick is music by Sara Bareilles. He’s been listening to the soundtrack from, “Waitress” which she did the music for. His third pick is a puzzle story game called, “The Turing Test.” His fourth pick is the ASUS PA329Q 32inch 4K monitor which he’s heard great things from Ben. [00:44:58 Amir has two picks: “The Houseparty” app to connect with family and friends. His second pick is an App called, “Whimsical.” [00:46:40] Tessa’s has three picks: watch the “Super-sized Psychtacular Binge-a-thon” on USA Network. Her second pick is watching YouTube videos on yoga and stretching that you can do at your desk or at home. It’s great to wake you up and keeps your shoulders from getting too stiff! Her third pick is getting into mentorship this year to help other people. [00:47:44] Ben’s has two picks: Coffee Shop Zoom Virtual Backgrounds and acoustic or coffeehouse music on Spotify, for those who miss going to coffeeshops. His second pick is the ASUS PA329Q 32i” 4K monitor he recently upgraded to that Chris trolled him on earlier ☺ Resources mentioned Amir Rustamzadeh Twitter Cypress Vue.js “Future Man”-Hulu “Seamonkey” and “Porc #1” by Moderat “Waitress” soundtrack by Sara Bareilles Houseparty app Whimsical “Super-sized Psychtacular Binge-a-thon”-USA Network YouTube Full Body Flow-Yoga With Adriene Mentorship Zoom Virtual Background ASUS PA329Q 32” 4K monitor Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Amir Rustamzadeh.
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Ari jumps in right away asking Oscar how he got into doing compilers. He mentions the programming language him and his buddy created called, “Grain.” [00:02:03] Oscar works at Tidelift so he explains what kind of interesting work they do with the Open Source Community. [00:04:21] At VueConf, Oscar gave an awesome talk about Vue Backend, which he talks about more in depth here. [00:6:48] Tessa and Ari ask Oscar how he came up the idea with doing a lot of wild things with the API EAR and about building a backend in it. [00:11:47] Tessa wants to know how Oscar came up with his example and what was his inspiration for integrating all of it with on trends, and millennial Twitter talk, into his presentation. [00:17:43] As an attendee of the VueConf, Oscar talks about what talks made an impact on him and if he got any ideas that he would incorporate into the Backend Vue project. [00:19:58] Ben is curious what brought Oscar into the Vue community framework and he explains here. [00:22:30] Tessa asks Oscar to expand a little bit more in how he sees the React Mental Model and the Vue Mental Model and what that transition was like from one to the other. [00:27:09] What new feature is Oscar most excited for in Vue 3? Listen here. [00:30:14] Tessa asks Oscar the weirdest thing he’s had to fix in a Vue Project. What did he say? [00:36:38] Talking about PR’s, Ben and Oscar have some great advice. Bottom line is we are all here to help one another and never feel like anyone does not want your contributions. It’s always a learning opportunity. Picks of the week: [00:41:55] Ari has two picks: a 2-part song called, “Phantom/Phantom PT II” by Justice. Also, a show on Netflix called, “Community.” [00:43:42] Ben has two picks: he also picked “Community” and “Steam,” the free gaming platform you can download and has tons of games. [00:45:22] Oscar has three picks: a band called, “Oh Wonder,” a video game called, “Factorio,” and the video game, “Animal Crossing: New Horizon.” [00:48:47] Tessa’s has two picks: a show on Netflix called, “Travelers” and a show called, “Psych” on USA Network. Resources mentioned Grain Tidelift Oscar Spencer GitHub Oscar Spencer Twitter “Phantom/Phantom PTII” by Justice Community Steam Oh Wonder Factorio Animal Crossing: New Horizons Psych Travelers Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Oscar Spencer.
Sponsored By: Panelists Ben Hong Chris Fritz Elizabeth Fine Show Notes In this week's episode, we talk about a critical developer tool that is often essential to many Vue applications: Vue CLI. In addition to covering what makes it so great, the panel discusses their favorite parts of the tool along with tips and tricks for making sure you get the most out of your Vue CLI builds! Links Official Episode #2 Site Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram Podcast website
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:00:49] Debbie tells us what her first framework was and if it wasn’t in Vue, how she got into the Vue ecosystem. [00:1:20] Debbie fills us in about Nuxt. She also explains automatic wrap creation and what it does for someone who’s never done Nuxt and how is it different than normal Vue applications. [00:02:55] Ari asks Debbie if there are any situations where you would need to somehow hijack the route guards, or does it just handle all that for you? Tessa says the routing feature of Nuxt reminds her of Rails and asks Debbie if that is a popular combination to have Rails and Nuxt, and if so, does it make it a little bit more challenging to get the automatic routing working? [00:04:45] Ben wonders if Debbie’s had any experience with Headless CMS? [00:08:02] Debbie has an exciting announcement about Markdown in Nuxt which she has been working and it will be released very soon. The panel is EXCITED ☺! [00:10:20] Tessa asks Debbie if she could go into cases where she thinks Nuxt would not be a good fit for a project. She’s read about when you want to use Nuxt, but curious about when you really don’t need Nuxt. [00:14:49] Tessa wants Debbie to expand on the idea of not having to pay for hosting because it’s static. [00:17:17] Ben goes into WordPress and says he felt that some of the blog posts made it sound really easy to set up WordPress Headless CMS and he asks Debbie if she found it simple. Debbie has a funny reply that makes everyone laugh ☺ [00:22:05] Ben is curious to find out about all these talks Debbie is mentioning. Also, what is she doing since all these conferences have been canceled all over the world? [00:35:17] Tessa makes a good point and says one thing she feels that’s missing from these online experiences is atmospheric sounds, like if everyone has their mic on and it’s the same analogous situation and you can hear too much at once. It’s been a very odd adjustment for her, and she wonders if it’s been the same for everyone. [00:37:52] Debbie tells us what she’s currently working on and what can people look forward to in the next ecosystem. [00:42:33] Debbie mentions “Dev Around the Sun” which takes place May 12th, and it’s 24 hours of online talks from all different countries and different timelines, to raise money for people affected by COVID-19, and she is speaking at it. Picks of the week: [00:43:27] Ari’s pick is Fiona Apple’s new album called, “Fetch the Bolt Cutters.” [00:44:20] Tessa has four picks. Her first one is to no surprise, the “Supersize Psych Binge-a-thon” for the last week on USA Network. Her second one is the TV show, “Just Shoot Me” and the episode was about a murder mystery game. Her third pick is Final Cut Pro X. Her fourth pick is a show on Amazon Prime called, “Making the Cut.” [00:45:46] Debbie has three picks: Her first one is Tim Benniks, who has a YouTube channel, and he interviews Debbie on how she got her job. Her second pick is a book she read called, “Surrounded by Idiots.” Her third pick is a Netflix show called, “Money Heist.” [00:49:29] Ben has two picks: His first pick is homemade bagels which he made. His second pick is a movie called, “The Big Short.” Sponsor: Linode Panelists: Ari Clark Tessa Ben Hong Guest: Debbie O’Brien Links: Debbie O’Brien Twitter Debbie O’Brien Website Debbie O’Brien Dev.to NuxtJS Headless CMS DevAroundThe Sun “Fetch The Bolt Cutters”-Fiona Apple “Psych Binge-a-thon”-USA Network Just Shoot Me-“Hostess to Murder” episode Final Cut Pro X “Making the Cut”-Amazon Prime Tim Benniks-YouTube Interview with Debbie O’Brien “Surrounded by Idiots” book “Money Heist”-Netflix “The Big Short”-Amazon Prime Homemade Bagel Recipe
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:22] The panelists each tell us what a Reusable Component is. [00:6:20] Chris puts an open-ended question out there to the panelists as to when are props good and when are they bad? When have you regretted using props for what kinds of use cases and when are they appropriate? Ari and Tessa both share stories. [00:08:05] When are props useful and when would you want to use a prop over a slot? The panelists all discuss. [00:19:04] Chris talks about creating a map, map components, map markers component, map layer component, and provide and inject. There was a good talk on the topic of provide and inject using the map example at ConnectTech 2019. [00:21:31] Chris talks about an example using icon components. [00:26:05] Chris goes into “buttons” for forms, such as a submit button, search button, and inline buttons and Tessa shares some issues with generic components. [00:29:51] Chris asks the panelists if they’ve used “Mixins?” They have a discussion about it with “mixed” reviews. [00:38:50] As a member and representative of the Vue team, Ben tells us some things people should know about the Composition API since Vue 3 has not come out yet. Picks of the week: [00:43:32] Ari has two picks: A show called, “Mythic Quest,” on Apple TV Plus. Her second pick is having generous friends if you’re playing Animal Crossing. She did a shout-out to Tessa and Ben who both helped her out this week. [00:45:13] Ben has two picks: A song by Joel Corry called, “Lonely.” His second pick is a show on HBO called, “Westworld-Season 3.” [00:46:06] Tessa’s pick is an article in the New York Times called, “Why Zoom is Terrible,” based on a talk they had on last week’s episode, with special guest Debbie O’Brien. [00:46:39] Chris’s pick is: “Supernatural VR on the Quest,” which is similar to Beat Saber. Sponsor: Linode Panelists: Chris Fritz Ari Clark Tessa Ben Hong Links: Ari Clark (GloomyLumi) Twitter Ben Hong Twitter Tessa Twitter Chris Fritz Twitter Connect.Tech 2019 Components Basics Reusable Components with Props Buttons Slots Maps Icons Composition API “Mythic Quest” “Animal Crossing”  “Lonely”-Joel Corry “Westworld”-Season 3 “Why Zoom Is Terrible”-NY Times “Supernatural VR on the Quest” Dependency Injection in Vue - Alex Riviere
Sponsored By: Enjoy the Vue – Episode 4 In this episode of Enjoy the Vue we sit down with Divya Sasidharan. Divya will be the Master of Ceremonies at Vue.js in Amsterdam, and just weeks after she is hosting a workshop on “Vue State Management with Vuex” at VueConfUS in Austin. Divya is currently a Developer Advocate at Netlify. She believes that there is a better workflow for building and deploying sites that doesn’t require a server…just ask her about the JAMstack. We chat with her about emceeing, blogging, hosting a workshop, and JAMstack. [00:01:51] Divya talks about her involvement in the VueConf’s coming up. Vue.js in Amsterdam and VueConf US where she is hosting a workshop. She gives us a quick peek into this intro to Vuex workshop. At Vue.js she is the emcee. [00:05:32] Chris digs deeper into emceeing (vs giving talks or hosting workshops) and what it takes to do it. Divya goes into how it was a natural evolution for her. [00:15:55] Chris circles back to the Vuex Workshop that Divya is hosting. She explains how it grew out of previous talks she was doing. Divya likes the fact that there is much more interactivity when doing workshops, vs talks where it’s pretty much a one-way conversation. There are also time constraints when giving talks. A workshop provides so much more freedom. [00:24:02] Elizabeth was following Divya’s JAMuary posts about JAMstack. Divya created a series, which involved sharing thoughts and insights about JAMstack on a daily basis. [00:34:12] Divya explains what JAMstack is...Javascript, API, and Markup. It’s about building sites as statically as possible. She goes in depth into JAMstack. Panelists Ari Clark Elizabeth Fine Chris Fritz Ben Hong Guest Divya Sasidharan Resources Divya Sasidharan Netlify Blog Divya Sasidharan GitHub Divya Sasidharan Twitter Divya Sasidharan Notist Vue.js Amsterdam VueConf US Austin Vuex JAMuary JAMstack Zumbo’s Just Desserts Genmaicha Tea Black Clover The Ecstatic’s “Explosions in the Sky” Vue.js: The Documentary Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less Baba is You Weathering with You Links Official Episode #4 Site Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram Podcast website Special Guest: Divya Sasidharan.
Sponsored By: Panelists Chris Fritz Elizabeth Fine Ari Clark Ben Hong Show Notes We are really excited to welcome you to our new podcast - Enjoy the Vue! This podcast is all about Vue.js. We are going to bring you panel and guest discussions involving the Vue and tech communities every week. In this episode, we introduce our panel: Chris Fritz, Ben Hong, Ari Clark, and Elizabeth Fine. Links Official Episode #1 Site Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram Podcast website Sponsored By:Linode: An exclusive offer for Enjoy the Vue listeners, sign up today and use promo code 'VUE2020' to receive $20 towards your new account. Promo Code: VUE2020
This episode features a new guest Marina Mosti, author of the book "Build Forms with Vue.js." We get the opportunity to chat about forms in Vue, her writing process and her journey as a developer and educator. [00:01:25] Marina discusses how she started using Vue and how she started coding using PHP, which led her to Laravel, a free open source PHP web framework. [00:04:18] Elizabeth asks Marina what made her want to become an educator and put out those resources into the ecosystem. [00:05:39] Marina talks about mentoring other women and offering 5-10 minute workshops and exercises to help them understand various focused topics like principles of UX. Also, she talks about the first article she wrote on date-fns. [00:09:23] Marina touches on writing for Progress. Then at some point she started working for VoiceThread and created an educational oriented tool for teachers and users. [00:11:12] Marina’s book, “Building Forms With Vue.js,” was an idea based on a personal annoyance she had with websites not being able to submit forms. Listen to hear about what her book is about. [00:17:10] Ben asks a question about what it means to “mask your input.” Marina talks about Vuelidate and how it’s an amazing library. [00:27:07] Ben asks Marina about how writing a blog was not at all like writing a long article. She elaborates on this. [00:32:56] Ari asks about techniques Marina uses to make sure you’re breaking things to a level that’s digestible to someone new to programming. [00:40:58] Elizabeth asks if Marina has any suggestions for dealing with CSS and dynamic forms. Special Guest: Marina Mosti.
Do you want to learn about teaching a workshop? Then this episode is for you. Find out if you are ready, what it takes, and the things you can do to be successful. [00:01:02] Ben and Chris talk about their workshops they are doing. Ben expands on how he got into teaching workshops. Did Ben really say teaching workshops is easier than speaking? Chris voices his opinion too. [00:06:22] Ari asks Ben and Chris how they come up with content and how do they know it’s good content. [00:13:10] Ari and Elizabeth want to know what mistakes the guys have made and what things have they learned from them. And yes, they have made a few. [00:20:32] Chris talks about using slides.com for workshops and how it helps. [00:25:06] Elizabeth asks in running a workshop what are some formats the guys could suggest using for obtaining feedback on workshops. [00:31:05] Chris discusses his four different persona’s that he created for his workshops. [00:44:45] Ben talks about how he handled transitions from doing workshops to doing a bigger venue like a conference and how he handled it. [00:49:18] Krystal Campioni was mentioned about her talk at a workshop on animating with Vue. Picks of the week: [00:52:26] Ben has 2 picks: Beat Saver (music packs) and an IPAD App called Shadow Draw. [00:53:31] Ari’s pick is a Netflix show called, “The End of the F*ing World.” [00:54:12] Chris has 2 picks: Beat Saver and Beast Saber. BennyDaBeast is best mapper and Great Yazer. His second pick is a game called, “Turing Tumble.” [00:56:44] Elizabeth’s pick is an energizing article at github repo called, “Things you can do with a browser in 2020._” Sponsor: Linode
Sponsored By: Show Notes About our guest: Eduardo San Martin Morote Twitter @posva Website Github [00:01:07] Chris asks Eduardo to talk about are some recent changes with Vue Router in the last six months or a year with that may be really interesting to people. [00:04:08] Chris wants to know for the premise-based navigation if you’re going to use a profile page for someone entering a user name and you take them to this new route that checks to see if that user name exists, could you add a catch there that handles that gracefully and what are some ways you would use that in an app? [00:09:31] Chris asks Eduardo what are some the main problems people have with Vue Router? Ari chimes in with an issue she’s had. [00:15:51] Eduardo answers the question if you’re building an app with that kind of interface how would you know which strategy would be better for you? Also, he tells us the “hackiest” things he’s ever seen with someone using Vue Router. [00:26:16] Chris talks about his lazy load Vue utility that he’s defined, to get around the advanced async component definition and it doesn’t work with Vue Router, and he has a messy hack that he doesn’t like and doesn’t work as well as he wants it to. He wants to know with the next version of Vue Router will we get that working? Eduardo answers this… [00:30:31] Tessa wants Eduardo to go into how URL encoding is like state machines. [00:35:21] Chris is curious if Eduardo was starting a new Vue application what would his Vue Router configuration look like? Also, Eduardo explains if he defines a scroll behavior function? [00:46:37] Tessa asks Eduardo if he woke up tomorrow in a world without Vue Router, like everything else is the same, but the router was never created, what would he do differently or what would he keep the same? [00:48:59] Tessa is curious and asks Eduardo if there are any old choices sticking around that are hampering new development that he wishes he could go back and change but maybe he can’t for some reason or another? [00:52:12] Eduardo talks a little more about what it’s like to be the core maintainer of Vue Router and what areas he needs the most help for people interested in contributing. Picks of the week: [00:55:17 Chris’s has two picks: A game called “Disco Elysium” and a show called, “Dollface” on Hulu. [00:56:20] Ari’s has two picks: A game called, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” on Nintendo Switch. Her other pick is two songs by the group, Explosions In The Sky, called, “The Birth and Death of the Day” and “The Wilderness”. [00:57:24] Eduardo’s has three picks: A game called, “Resident Evil 2” and a Korean show called “Kingdom” and “The Platform” on Netflix . [01:01:26] Tessa’s has two picks: She is going with Ari’s recommendation of the game, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”” and a retro pick for her which is a book called, “The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters”. Other resources mentioned Vue Router Nuxt-style routing in regular Vue apps Vue Enterprise Boilerplate routing docs Alternative routing strategies Eduardo's GitHub Sponsors Vue Land Discord vue.land/chat.vuejs.org Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Eduardo San Martin Morote.
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:02:37] Sarah was on the docket to speak at VueConfUS. Since it got cancelled, she shares those of us Stateside all about testing in Vue and why TDD is great. [00:05:25] Ari asks Sarah about what a contract in a component and what it means. Sarah breaks this down with a very simple example, a button. [00:09:50] Ben gets Sarah’s thoughts on end to end testing. She makes a case for Test Driven Development applying to more than just unit tests. [00:15:51] Tessa who saw one of Sarah’s presentations on TDD, asks her about her “tip” on when to test and when not to test. Sarah puts it simply, the question to ask is: “Do I care about it if it changes?”. [00:21:40] Sarah give us some good practices that you may want to implement when testing. Whether you are doing unit or end to end testing. [00:24:51] After Tessa asks Sarah about Snapshot Tests and whether a link text fits in a Unit Test. Sarah believes Snapshot Tests are better when you want to test logs or code. She feels they should not be used in place of Unit Tests, since they cannot test behaviour. [00:28:33] Ben talks about how some Dev’s have an obsession with getting 100’s on Code Coverage Reports. Sarah goes into how not to get caught up in the “vanity metrics”. The group joke around how it that obsession may originate from gaming and how we have to collect every coin and badge. [00:34:23] Tessa enquires about testing for accessibility. [00:39:34] Ari gives an example of working at a fast paced start-up, and whether or not TDD can reconcile when you don’t have clear cut requirements. Is it even possible? Sarah shows how it can save money since everything won’t need to be retested by hand. About our guest: Sarah Dyan Twitter @frontstuff_io Website Sarah's picks XState (state machines/statecharts library) Vuex ORM (object-relational mapping access to the Vuex store) The 100 on Netflix Master of None on Netflix Tessa's picks The Good Place - NBC/Netflix Anne with an E - Netflix Dispatches from Elsewhere - AMC We Should Get Together (Kat Vellos) - Book (DRM-free via her website and her preferred method to purchase iirc https://weshouldgettogether.com/products/epub-we-should-get-together-the-secret-to-cultivating-better-friendships) Animal Crossing - Switch Vue DC remote meetup Other resources mentioned Pro Plan Algolia - Help Coronavirus Testing Library by Kent C Dodds Dinero.js - Sarah Dayan Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Sarah Dayan.
Get started with Vue Test Utils Guest information Lachlan Miller Twitter @Lachlan19900 Github [Blog/Website](vuejs-course.com/) Book about Vue testing Picks: Talks from Vue Amsterdam, Vue 3 source code, the movie "Parasite". Name: Jessica Sachs Twitter @_JessicaSachs Github Website: https://jessicasachs.io [00:00:49] Jessica and Lachlan give a brief introduction how they started working on Vue Test Utils. [00:02:32] Jessica and Lachlan discuss working on a rewrite of Vue Test Utils in Type Script. [00:04:22] Find out what Lachlan says what’s a priority for them in the next version of Utils. Also, there is discussion of examples of things that Vue Test Utils wasn’t really built initially to help people test that they are now learning. [00:07:35] For those who don’t have much background with testing, you can hear how Vue Test Utils fits in the larger scope of application and where does Vue Test Utils fit with Jest and Cypress. [00:13:08] Mocking and Stubbing are explained as well as the difference between Mount and Shallow Mount. [00:26:36] An important topic Lachlan discusses is documentation and what the team needs to focus on. [00:31:54] Jessica touches on one of the things they are hoping to address in documentation, and she spills out a couple of cool “SPOILERS!” [00:35:41] What is this talk about, “Imposter Syndrome?” It’s just human, let’s say. [00:39:18] Jessica mentions things she built on Vue Test Utils before and things she’s trying to refine. [00:44:32] Find out why Jessica has a “beef” with the existence of set props. [00:48:21] A question was asked what everyone’s main use of set props is, so listen to hear what they said. Picks: [00:53:56] Elizabeth’s has two picks: A song called, “I Wish,” by Tom Misch and the movie, “1917.” [00:54:29] Ben has two picks: A Netflix show called, “Love Is Blind.” And for gamers out there, “Destiny 2,” and it’s FREE!! [00:56:06] Ari has three picks: Two songs by Scattle called, “Relay” and “Serrated.” Also, a show on HULU called, “High Fidelity.” [00:57:05] Chris’s has two picks: Both are shows are on HULU called, “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” and “Please Like Me.” [00:58:56] Jessica has three picks: An App/desktop game called “Mini Metro,” GitHubs new notifications UI, and an old comedy movie called, “Bull Durham.” [01:01:20] Lachlan has three picks: Vue.js 3 source code is an interesting read, a movie called, “Parasite,” and a Vue.js Documentary. Links: Official Episode #9 Site Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram Podcast website Mocking, Stubbing, Mount, Shallow Mount Vue.js-course Vue.js testing handbook Vue.js documentary Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guests: Jessica Sachs and Lachlan Miller.
One of the things we love most as developers are our tools! In this episode, we talk about some of our favorite productivity tools, debate the merits of different keyboard layouts, how we work as developers and more. And yes, we even tackle the infamous tabs vs spaces debate. [00:00:40] The panel goes over their developer tool stack. First up…browsers [00:03:02] What code editors are they all using? [00:04:39] What Terminal App are they using? Who on the panel is using just Terminal??!!! What?!!! Also, Chris Fritz brings up alt keyboard usage and terminal themes. [00:09:53] Since they started talking about terminal themes, the group wanted to find out what themes they are using in VS Code? [00:14:21] The BIG question?? Tabs or spaces? 1, 2, or 3?? Chris argues that the research shows “2” is the correct answer. [00:20:32] What is their GIT methodology? [00:27:12] What are some of the other favorite VS Code extensions that they like? [00:30:38] What is everyone’s one productivity app that they like to use? Picks [00:35:28] Ari Clark’s first pick is an app she picked up from Marina Mosti’s book “Building Forms with Vue.js” called Mockoon, which allows you to mock out servers. Her next pick is a Netflix show called “Diagnosis.” [00:36:40] Chris Fritz has more Netflix picks this week. A couple of episodes from Black Mirror that he watched: “San Junipero” and “Striking Vipers”. Chris’s second pick is also for Notion. He uses it for relationships as well. [00:39:58] Elizabeth Fine has a “backup” pick, it’s a Testing Handbook for Vue Test Utils by Lachlan Miller. [00:40:29] Ben Hong wraps up this week’s picks with the Anime “Dr Stone” available on Crunchy Roll. Of course, as revealed in the productivity segment, Notion is one of Ben’s other picks this week.
Sponsored By: Panelists Ari Clark Chris Fritz Ben Hong Elizabeth Fine Show Notes Enjoy the Vue Episode 3 - VV Day, DevRel & More with Jen Looper Thanks so much to Jen Looper for being our guest today! You can find her at: Twitter: @jenlooper Github: jlooper Website: [jenlooper.com](jenlooper.com) Other helpful links: Vue Vixens Website: https://www.vuevixens.org/ Vue Vixens Day Website: https://vvdayus.vuevixens.org/ Vue Vixens Slack Invite: https://communityinviter.com/apps/vuevixens/vue-vixens Donate via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vuevixens/posts Partner with them to create experiences Donate time to help with code reviews @VueVixens Twitter account: https://twitter.com/VueVixens Slack is a great way to get in touch Links * Official Episode #3 Site Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram Podcast website Special Guest: Jen Looper.
Shownotes [00:03:38] Maria explains the resources that people should know about, tools, and techniques in the accessibility space. [00:08:55] Color issues are touched on with accessibility tools and how to deal with it. An app called, “Color Oracle,” is brought up to help for the color impaired. [00:12:44] Chris mentions a utility that is very useful called, CUID, which generates unique ideas. [00:16:12] A trick is explained that is very useful if you don’t want attributes to be passed and a Chrome extension called Vimium is mentioned. [00:23:00] Maria saw a really great talk at an Accessibility Conference by CB Averitt that you should check out. [00:28:21] Chrome has an extension called, Focus Indicator, that Maria says, “It’s really cute.” Hear what it does. [00:29:57] The topic of accessibility “faux pas” of touch devices is discussed. [00:36:35] If you’re having to retrofit an app with accessibility find out where you can start and where are places you can go to get easy wins. [00:41:13] Accessible design from the beginning was touched on earlier, but now the discussion is on the bigger picture with layouts. [00:44:37] Screen readers and compatibility is touched on as well as WCAG resources which have really good coding examples. [00:47:33] If you want to see a cool YouTube series go check out Rob Dodson’s “A11ycasts!” Picks of the week: [00:50:05] Ari has two picks: A song called “The Light,” by The Album Leaf. Also, a song called, “Da Funk,” by Daft Punk. [00:50:33] Chris has two picks: A game called, “Disco Elysium,” and to protect against the COVID-19 virus using scarves and bandanas instead of surgical masks. [00:54:40] Elizabeth’s pick is a keyboard shortcut on VS code, Ctrl+G, on Mac and Windows. [00:56:57] Maria’s pick is that she let her dog lead her on a walk recently and he led them to a secret new dog park inside their neighborhood and it has changed her life! [00:58:01] Ben has two picks: Check out Maria’s talk at VueConf on Vue Mastery and the tv show, “Survivor” Season 33: Millennials Vs. Gen-X. Resources: Maria Lamardo's Twitter Maria Lamardo's Linkedin Pendo Color Oracle Vimium Cuid Focus Indicator CB Averitt Vue Enterprise Boilerplate base-link component GitHub Ally Organization Rob Dodson-A11ycasts on YouTube Vue School-Web Accessibility with Maria “The Light” by The Album Leaf “Da Funk” by Daft Punk Disco Elysium VS Code shortcut Web Accessibility Talk at VueConf with Maria “Survivor”-Season 33 Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Maria Lamardo.
The theme of this episode is EDUCATION. We have special guest, Hope Wilder, the Founder of Pathfinder Community School, which is a self-directed learning community for ages 5-14, located in Durham, North Carolina. They focus on self-directed education and applying principles with children. Remember these catchphrases: Is it good enough for now? Is it safe to try? Those who do the work decide. [00:01:13] Chris starts off and talks about his background as an educator and voiced his opinions on the traditional education systems. [00:04:21] Hope discusses how she got into education and founding a school. The more she worked with kids, the more she saw that forcing kids to learn things just doesn’t really work. [00:06:08] Hope explains what it means for it to be a democratic school and how it’s a very systems level of approach. [00:11:22] How do the kids learn skills such as conflict resolution and being responsible for getting their work done when working in groups? [00:15:41] Ari wonders if Hope provides any sort of suggestions, guidance, or options for the kids to work from or if it’s very much from their own imaginations and personal motives. [00:19:36] Chris brings up finding your own resources and how a former student at Pathfinder, now co-works at a tech company and he’s only 15 years old! [00:23:08] Ben asks both Chris and Hope about how they feel that self-directed learning relates to development in the Open Source community as far as the relationship between them and how we can learn from that. [00:28:00] Hope discusses sociocracy which is a form of democracy. There are two important principles or catchphrases that they use a lot at the school. [00:41:12] Chris gives his thoughts on bootcamps vs self-taught. [00:49:09] Hope reveals why she created Pathfinder, which was a part of self-healing. [00:57:26] Hope mentions some resources people can dig into if they are looking into self-directed learning for their kids. She gives MANY, so listen. Picks of the week: [01:01:02] Ben’s pick is a book called, “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown. [01:01:54] Chris’s pick is to check out self-directed education, like Pathfinder. [01:03:18] Hope has two picks: “Outlander” on Netflix and a blog called “Post Secret.” [01:06:38] Ari has three picks: two songs by music group “Moderat,” called, “A New Error” and “Les Grandes Marches.” The third is a TV show on HULU called, “Community.” Sponsor: LinodeSpecial Guest: Hope Wilder.
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Jan 27th, 2020
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