Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

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.

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    69: Hybrid Mobile Apps with Turbolinks and Laravel

    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.

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    68: Building Interfaces with Utility-First CSS

    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.

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    67: Launch Takeways, Interface Breakthroughs, and First Round Armbars

    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.

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    66: Pre-Launch Engineering and Testing an HTTP Client

    In this episode, David talks about getting ready for the launch of PushSilver Infinite, and the unexpected engineering effort needed to make the most of a marketing initiative.

    Adam gives an update on gracefully handling errors in the KiteTail checkout process, launching Zttp as an open-source package, and how he used Lumen to power the Zttp integration test suite.

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