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We sit down and talk with Jake and Willow and talk about the just-released Routify 3.
Today we talk with Grygrflzr about his journey to becoming a maintainer and his views on React, Vite and a host of other things. Enjoy!
We welcome Tan Li Hau back for a second time. This time we talk about his YouTube channel where he has been creating some stellar content!
Scott Tolinski is back! He's been a busy bee rebuilding LevelUpTuts using SvelteKit. We get all the juicy details!
Brittney has an unusual background and an interesting story! We ask her about mentoring, teaching and how she got WebDev. Enjoy!
We sit down with Nick to talk about Elder.js - an insanely fast static site generator built on-top of Svelte with support for partial hydration.
We're back after a short break with a new episode. We talk about what's new in Svelte and what we've been up to!
Mike joins us to talk about his experience migrating from Sapper to SvelteKit
We talk about the upcoming Svelte Summit event and what to expect from the talks. And there's a new intro!
Recorded February 4th. Parker shows us ListenAddict. We talk a bit about building stuff using Svelte and what's next.
Wooh! It's here. The SvelteKit open beta! We talk about how to get started, what's different compared to Sapper, new features, migration paths. All that fun stuff.
We talk with Simon Holthausen about TypeScript in the Svelte ecosystem as well as the language tools.
Ben McCann joins us to talk about the next version of Sapper as well as SvelteKit. We touch on migration from Sapper to SvelteKit, what's going to happen with Sapper as well as some good news for developers using Webpack.
A new year, a new Svelte Radio episode!
This time we're joined by Svelte core maintainer Luke Edwards, known for his many NPM packages. We talk Cloudflare Workers, his jest alternative uvu and a bunch of other cool stuff.
We talk about what's new with SvelteKit, how to contribute and other news in Svelteland!
Scott Tolinski of Syntax.fm fame joins us to talk about Svelte, React and podcasting. Oh, and he has a new course on Svelte animations! Have a listen!
Rich Harris joins us to talk about SvelteKit; features, plans and all sorts of fun stuff.
This week we talk about all the awesome talks that we saw at Svelte Summit. It was a bit long, but wow, was it good! Great Event. And we hope you all come to the next one in the first half of 2021!
We talk about the upcoming Svelte happening of the year: Svelte Summit. We discuss some of the talks that you'll see at the event as well as some details about the event!
Mark Volkmann has written a great book on Svelte and Sapper. We sit down with him to talk about his background, what's in the book and some more philosophical developer stuff! Have a listen!
Houssein Djirdeh joins us to talk about performance on the web. We touch on a lot of different topics like bundle size, framework size and much more.
Li Hau joins us to talk about his experience contributing to Svelte and how he got started. We talk about the best way to get involved as well as his compiler handbook. Enjoy!
This week we announce the new online conference Svelte Summit as well as talk about Elder.js - an amazing new static site generator.
This week we had the pleasure to be joined by Amelia Wattenberger; we talk about Svelte, D3, React and loads of fun stuff. Enjoy!
This week we had the pleasure of speaking with the creator of Svelte, Rich Harris. The topics of the podcast can be seen below but first we have a big announcement! TypeScript support for Svelte is finally, officially here! Hallelujah! Links and other fun stuff: Frontend Masters course by Rich Harris Svite Pancake and Layercake MalinaJS Picks (amazon affiliate links): The Executioner Raspberry Pi 4 Microsoft Sculpt Volumio
After a couple of weeks we're once again back, talking about all things Svelte! This episode we discuss a whole lot of stuff: the next Svelte Society Day, maintainers meet, recipes, some new resources and a cool new Podcast Player for KaiOS. Check out the deets below in no particular order: New Svelte Society website (Staging!). Help out by contacting me, i'm @Kev on the Svelte Discord. Amelia Wattenberger's svelte.recipes site Svite = Svelte + Vite. Use Svelte and Vite Cloud Native Web Development by Mike Nikles A new static site generator called JungleJS Learn in Public book page written in Svelte. Hosted on begin. Also some talk about Cloudflare Worker Sites. Showcase topics: PodLP, Unofficial newsletter, July 18th Meetup in India, Pokedex, Textmoji, Svelte Society France and CFPs Picks: Sensible Side Buttons, Twitter Links, Foam
In this latest episode we talk a great deal of things, I've added most of the links that we talked about in a list below. Enjoy! We're currently looking for sponsors to make sure the production value of the podcast goes up. At the moment we're just doing this on our free time and the editing could for sure be better. If you are interested in talking about this, find me on the Svelte Discord (i'm @Kev). MDSveX, markdown in Svelte. Svelte REPL pull request. Try it out! Frontend Masters course by Rich Harris! Svelte Society Discord. Join and check out the french meetup scene! Svelte Society Amsterdam Meetup. Writing preprocessors and migrating to SvelteJS Open Source Awards! Make sure to vote for Svelte if you figure out how. Request For Comments on built-in Actions in Svelte. Which actions would you like to see by default? Hillary Clinton tweets about Svelte. Sort-of. An intro to Pancake. Svelte in production at pace.dev and used by Square Enix for the Kingdom Hearts website. Showcase: JungleJS (gatsby/gridsome) and Unicode Lookup. Picks: external monitor, ergonomics and Hey.
In this episode we're extremely excited to talk with Simon and Orta about TypeScript support in Svelte. From what we can tell, it seems it's already here! What a time to be alive! We talk a bit about what TypeScript is, what it solves and some of the challenges implementing support for it. We end the episode with a show-and-tell where Simon shows us around the git repo where all the work is happening. If you're listening to this you can find the video (video starts 34:22) at the Svelte Society Youtube Channel. Resources: Language Server Protocol Svelte Language Tools Some Issues to take a look at: #11, #4797