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JavaScript Error Tracking with Todd Gardner | Episode 12

On this episode I discuss JavaScript error tracking with Todd Gardner. More specifically we talk about: The JavaScript Error Object The DOM Global Error Handler How errors bubble How errors bubble through callbacks Example of wrapping callbacks To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes Click Here […]

Style Guides and Pattern Libraries with Cameron Wardzala | Episode 11

On this episode Cameron Wardzala and I discuss the emergence of style guides and pattern libraries instead of Photoshop comps when building web application and site designs. We also dig into his experience outgrowing bootstrap on a project, new modular CSS frameworks like SMACSS and Atomic Design, and the ongoing debate of Less or SASS. […]

Web Components with Cory House | Episode 9

On this episode Cory House and I discuss the exciting new Web Components standard including the Shadow DOM, templates, custom elements, and imports. To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below: Click Here to Subscribe via iTunes Click Here to Subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed) Show Notes: Resources WebComponents.org a place to discuss […]

Web Design Tips for Developers | Episode 8

Jarrod Drysdale and I discuss web design tips for developers so your applications can look professional even if you don’t have the budget to hire a designer. Topics include the 20% of tips that will get you 80% of the results including alignment, spacing, colors, fonts, graphics and navigation. To subscribe to the podcast, please […]

Learning AngularJS: The AngularJS learning curve | Episode 7

Sean Fioritto and I discuss the AngularJS learning curve and why he thinks it’s so nasty and how he goes about making it easier to learn.  We also discuss “Angular in the Enterprise” and why he thinks AngularJS is great when you are dealing with large enterprise code bases. To subscribe to the podcast, please use the […]

Web Application Makeover: How to use custom fonts and @font-face | Episode 6

Chris Coyier and I discuss how to use custom fonts and @font-face to makeover your web application or site.  Chris and I also discuss “What is a front-end developer” and contrast his project codepen.io with jsfiddle.net and jsbin.com. Chris has worked for large scale web apps like SurveyMonkey and design focused startups like Wufoo. He […]

Using AngularJS to build a Portal with Brian Woodward| Episode 5

On this episode Brian Woodward describes his experience building his first application with AngularJS.  This is front-end developer cast episode 5. Today’s interview is with Brian Woodward and was recorded a half a year ago now and focuses on his early experiences with AngularJS and is very valuable.  He also mentions his open source project […]

Using AngularJS at Google with Rhys Bret Bowen | Front-End Developer Cast Episode 4

On this episode I interview Rhys Bret-Bowen, Google Engineer, about using AngularJS to build applications for Google.  This is front-end developer cast episode 4. This interview is with Rhys Bret-Bowen who is a Google Engineer currently using AngularJS to build applications for Google.  We discuss his experiences good and bad with AngularJS and talk about details of […]

Ember interview with Tom Dale, a Robust Framework | Episode 003

On this episode I interview Tom Dale, who helped create Ember.js about how Ember differentiates itself from other frameworks with a robust router as well as what’s going on with Ember.Data. This is front-end developer cast episode 3. Tom Dale helped create Ember.js which has rapidly been gaining momentum in the ongoing JavaScript MVC debate […]