PodRocket covers everything you need to know about frontend web development on a weekly basis. Join LogRocket cofounder Ben Edelstein, Director of Content Brian Neville-O'Neill, and PodRocket producer Kate Trahan, as they interview experienced developers about all the libraries, frameworks, and tech industry issues they deal with every day.
XState is a framework-agnostic library for creating and using state machines and statecharts. Learn more by listening to our interview with David Khourshid, creator of XState.Links
We talk to Ebenezer Don, Developer Advocate at JetBrains, about learning new frameworks and creating content. Listen now.Links
Tracy Lee is the CEO of This Dot Labs, a Google Developer Expert, a Microsoft MVP, and a member of the RxJS Core Team. She joins us to talk about hiring developers, building community, and some exciting things she has planned for the future.Links
We interview Rich Harris about Svelte's position in the landscape of frameworks, how other popular frameworks are becoming more Svelte-like, how Svelte handles state, how SvelteKit works, and more!Links
Jonathan Reinink joins us to get us up to speed on Tailwind CSS, Tailwind UI, and Inertia.js.Links
We talk to Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski about ad reads, food-themed content, and why we love Syntax.fm.Links
Octane enables software companies to offer usage-based billing and helps companies meter customer usage, price according to flexible plans, and bill customers through payment gateways. Learn more from Octane co-founder, Akash Khanolkar, in this month's Founder Friday episode.Links
We interview Leigh Halliday, Senior Engineering Manager at Wrapbook, about his YouTube channel, creating tutorials, and his Next.js course.Links
We sit down with the Director of Developer Advocacy at GitHub, Brian Douglas, also known as bdougie, to talk about developer content, Open Sauced, creating a personal brand, and pizza.Links
We interview Guillermo Rauch, CEO of Vercel and creator of Next.js. We cover how to improve the developer experience and user experience, how Vercel and Next.js are leaning into the e-commerce space, the future of Vercel, Next.js Conf, and more.Links
Swizec Teller is a Senior Software Engineer at Tia, a healthcare company for women, as well as a speaker, instructor, and author. Swizec created the course React for Data Viz and wrote Serverless Handbook for Frontend Engineers and the Senior Mindset series.
You can watch the video recording of this interview on our YouTube channel.Links
We interview Tanner Linsley, the creator of the TanStack, which includes popular tools like React Query and React Table. Tanner is also the Co-Founder and VP of UI/UX at Nozzle.Links
We talk to James Q. Quick, Developer Media Manager at Auth0, about building a personal brand, the future of DevRel, and TikTok. Listen wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to check out the video recording on our YouTube channel.Links
It's Founder Friday on PodRocket where we highlight founders of startups in the dev tools space. In this episode, we talk with Ustin Zarubin, CEO and cofounder of Batch, a platform of SaaS tooling for event driven systems.Links
NOTE: In this episode, Nick takes us through a demo of Elementary. You can check out the video for this recording on our YouTube channel.Links
In this episode, we sit down with Ben Lesh, RxJS Project Lead. We wanted to know more about observables, use cases, and common pitfalls when using RxJS. Learn more in this episode.Links
In this episode, we talk to the founder of The Guild, Uri Goldshtein. We discuss Envelop (a new GraphQL plugin system) as well as other projects The Guild is working on.Links
Ben interviews Brent Vatne, Engineering Manager at Expo, to talk about Expo SDK 42, React Native, and we also have a special announcement about LogRocket!Links
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