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Thanks for listening to me chat with Brian about vanilla JS, libraries, compilers, and challenges building for the modern web.
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Referenced in the show
- The vanilla JS joke website
- Petite Vue
- Preact vs. React vs. Vanilla JS
- Jason Lengstorf’s experience with Astro
- The web is not dying
- Always bet on HTML
- How I structure my vanilla JS projects
- Modern JS is gatekeeping
- The Tao of web development
- Building accessible websites and web apps is a moral obligation
- The problem with single page apps
- Three tricks for building an insanely fast website
- Overengineering CSS
- Just because a big, well-known tech company does something doesn’t mean you should, too
- Why I love polyfills
- Does progressive enhancement still matter?
- Build for failure
- Progressive enhancement and the next billion users
- Your website data is a lie
- My three principles for building for the web
- Building low-impact websites
The Lean Web Talk & Ebook
You can watch my talk on the Lean Web, or read it in ebook form, at LeanWeb.dev.
There’s also a ton of free resources for building simpler, faster websites on the site.
- The Web Platform Podcast: Lean Web Dev
- Script & Style: Vanilla JS and the Lean Web
- devMode.fm: Returning sanity to the web dev process
- The Shop Talk Show: The power of the native web
- Hanselminutes: Maybe just use vanilla JS
- What’s wrong with CSS-in-JS?
- Accessibility is a moral obligation
- The developer experience is bullshit
- Old doesn’t mean obsolete
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- Online Workshops. Work on fun projects, follow a structured learning path, and get the support you need to work through challenges.
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