A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
In this episode, Adam and Jonathan Reinink continue their discussion about Tailwind CSS, answering listener questions about the framework and sharing details behind the roadmap to 1.0.
- Why Tailwind doesn't include buttons or forms
- Is Tailwind for front-end developers or back-end developers?
- Best practices around extracting component classes
- Using Tailwind with existing CSS or on top of other frameworks
- Optimizing Tailwind's generated file size
- New features planned for upcoming Tailwind releases
In this episode, Adam is joined by Jonathan Reinink to discuss Tailwind CSS, a new utility-first CSS framework that they just released. They talk about what Tailwind is, how it works, and what makes it different than component-based frameworks like Bootstrap or other utility frameworks like Tachyons.
In this episode, Adam talks to Diana Mounter of GitHub to talk about using design systems to tame legacy CSS, and how GitHub is using utility classes to make it easier to build more consistent, maintainable user interfaces.
In this episode, Adam is joined by Steve Schoger to talk about five ways developers can get better at designing their own projects.
In this episode, Adam is joined by Justin Jackson to talk about how to start working towards making a full-time living from your own projects.
In this episode, Adam is joined by Taylor Otwell the creator of Laravel to talk about their approaches to testing Laravel applications.
In this episode, Adam is joined by Matt Stauffer of Tighten to talk about building a CSS framework with PostCSS.
In this episode, Adam is joined by Jeffrey Way of Laracasts to share some tips and tricks for using Vue.js elegantly with traditional server-side web apps.
In this episode, Adam talks to Jonathan Reinink about what it's like to build a Laravel application using Turbolinks, how it plays with front-end frameworks like Vue.js, and how it's helping him quickly develop web, iOS, and Android apps for his SaaS business all by himself.
They also discuss the benefits of using a Turbolinks-style approach for small teams, and how Turbolinks on mobile compares to other popular tools like Ionic.
In this episode, Adam welcomes back Jonathan Reinink to talk about implementing designs with a utility-first approach to CSS.
They talk about the problems this approach has solved for them, the surprising workflow benefits, and some tips and tricks for using this approach well.
In this episode, David shares some lessons learned from the PushSilver Infinite launch: what went well, what could've been improved, and what he would double down on next time.
Adam talks about some of the UI design challenges he and Steve have been trying to solve, and shares some of the creative solutions they came up with.