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others / www.youtube.com2021-12-24

Remix Run - Introduction to HTTP Caching

HTTP Caching is a web fundamental every web developer should eventually learn. The quickest way to a slow website is to not understand caching and ofc, the best way to make your website fast is to take advantage of it. In this video we'll explain the basics of HTTP caching, how web browsers respond to it, and how CDNs take advantage of it, by building a bare-bones Node.js server and then quickly see how to specify caching headers in a Remix App.

others / www.youtube.com2022-08-04

Kent C. Dodds @ ReactNext 22 - Stream Away the Wait

ReactNext 2022 www.react-next.com Israel's Annual React & React-Native conference Powered by EventHandler ----------------------------------------- Stream Away the Wait: When implementing the design of a user interface, we often finish before remembering that not everyone's running the app's services locally on their device. There's going to be network latency, long running database queries, and large datasets that can slow down the experience. We can and should do everything we can to speed things up, but not all of this is within our control. This means we need to start thinking about pending states. But pending UI is terrible. In this talk, Kent will walk us through building a pending experience that is quite delightful. Ultimately taking advantage of React 18's new streaming APIs and a soon-to-be-released API in Remix to give a top-notch user and developer experience. Prepare to have your mind blown. ----------------------------------------- Kent C. Dodds: Kent C. Dodds is a world renowned speaker, teacher, and trainer and he's actively involved in the open source community as a maintainer and contributor of hundreds of popular npm packages. Kent is a Co-Founder and Director of Developer Experience at Remix. He is the creator of EpicReact.Dev and TestingJavaScript.com. He's an instructor on egghead.io and Frontend Masters. He's also a Google Developer Expert. Kent is happily married and the father of four kids. He likes his family, code, JavaScript, and Remix. ----------------------------------------- #javascript #reactjs #programming #software #development #softwaredevelopment

others / egghead.io2022-05-20

Up and Running with Remix

What is Remix? > Remix is a seamless server and browser runtime that provides snappy page loads and instant transitions by leveraging distributed systems and native browser features instead of clunky static builds. > -- remix.run But that summary only scratches the surface. Remix has great mental models, is extremely fast, and has a plethora of components and features that will make your life easier and web apps perform better. And in this course, you'll be learning how to take full advantage of what Remix has to offer. You will learn by building a full-featured blog with a database, authentication, CRUD operations, user roles, and more! If you want to read more about why should give Remix a chance, give Kent's blog post, Why I Love Remix, a read! Check out this repo to see the project code for this course

others / www.youtube.com2022-05-25

Shipping to the Edge: Kent C Dodds

Recorded live at Reactathon 2022. Learn more at https://reactathon.com Shipping to the Edge The landscape of the web has evolved drastically since the first website was published to the World Wide Web in 1991. Over the years, the pendulum has swung from servers rendering HTML to JavaScript-heavy clients and now it's swinging toward something more in the middle.What about the web today is enabling us to overcome the shortcomings of the web of the past? In this talk, we'll get a little peak into the history of each of these stages of the web and what that means for anyone building on the web platform in the future. About Kent C. Dodds Kent C. Dodds is a world renowned speaker, teacher, and trainer and he's actively involved in the open source community as a maintainer and contributor of hundreds of popular npm packages. Kent is a Co-Founder and Director of Developer Experience at Remix. He is the creator of EpicReact.Dev and TestingJavaScript.com. He's an instructor on egghead.io and Frontend Masters. He's also a Google Developer Expert. Kent is happily married and the father of four kids. He likes his family, code, JavaScript, and React. Event production and post-production by EventLoop. Let's build your conference brand, or take it to the next level. info@eventloop.app

others / www.youtube.com2022-06-01

When To Fetch: Remixing React Router - Ryan Florence

Recorded live at Reactathon 2022. Learn more at https://reactathon.com When To Fetch: Remixing React Router We've learned that fetching in components is the quickest way to the worst UX. But it's not just the UX that suffers, the developer experience of fetching in components creates a lot of incidental complexity too: data fetching, data mutations, busy spinners, optimistic UI, error handling, form state, network race conditions, user event interruptions, and all the code that holds it together gets pretty difficult! As we've built Remix, we've gotten a lot of practice leaning on React Router's nested route abstraction to solve all of these problems all at once. Now, millions of React Router apps in production can get the same benefits because we've moved the responsibility of knowing When To Fetch into React Router itself! About Ryan Florence Ryan is the co-founder of Remix, co-creator of React Router, and co-founder of React Training. Event production and post-production by EventLoop. Let's build your conference brand, or take it to the next level. info@eventloop.app

others / www.youtube.com2022-05-19

Purge Per Route by Brooks Lybrand

Love or hate Tailwind, one thing it gets right is only shipping the CSS _you_ use. However, you still have to ship your **entire** site's CSS, no matter how big it gets or what page the user is on. Love or hate Remix (wait, who hates Remix?), one thing it does best is only shipping the CSS each _page_ needs. Remix also removes stylesheets when you navigate away, which avoids clashing styles and class names. What if we could combine these two features? In this talk I will show you how to generate only the CSS _you_ use, while shipping no more CSS than each _page_ needs? Speaker bio: Hi, my name is Brooks Lybrand and I work as Web Engineer for the best grocery store in the world (okay, at least in Texas): H-E-B! I specialize in building proof of concepts, evaluating tools, and creating highly interactive, data-rich applications. I am passionate about exploring new ideas and technologies, discovering how they can better other's lives, and guiding people to these solutions. When I'm not coding, I love spending time with his wife and dogs, camping, playing board games, and pretending I know what I'm talking about when it comes to coffee and beer. Brooks Lybrand's Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrooksLybrand Repo: https://github.com/brookslybrand/purge-per-route Statechart representation of logic: https://stately.ai/registry/editor/105a41c2-1cd9-41a9-a27a-324c71bfb735

others / www.youtube.com2022-05-19

Migrating a Rails & React SPA to Remix by Diogo Biazus

Maintaining a stack with multiple programming languages can drastically increase the cognitive load of a team. Unifying the frontend and the backend under a single language has always been a tantalizing prospect. With Remix this becomes an achievable goal, however, migrating without a big rewrite is always challenging, while migrating with a big rewrite is often disastrous. This is the story of how we are planning a migration feature by feature, using an integrated authentication system that works on both our Rails backend and on the Remix server. We also disastrous leveraged resource routes to proxy the old application and integrate everything under the same domain, making the back and forth between legacy and rewritten features seamless. Speaker bio: Diogo Biazus has been a software developer since the late 90s. Since then, he has also worked as an open-source contributor, conference organizer, PostgreSQL instructor and consultant, systems integrator (yay, EDI!), "the DevOps guy", and team lead. He has contributed to PostgREST (https://github.com/PostgREST/postgrest) and published PostgreSQL tools such as postgres-websockets (https://github.com/diogob/postgres-websockets), postgres-copy (https://github.com/diogob/postgres-copy), and hasql-notifications (https://github.com/diogob/hasql-notifications). He now focuses on improving DX at Seasoned. Diogo Biazus' GitHub: https://github.com/diogob Repo: https://github.com/SeasonedSoftware/remix-migration

others / www.youtube.com2021-12-24

Remix Tutorial with Kent

In this live stream, Kent will be going through the Remix tutorial and you can follow along. Join the discord #live-stream-chat channel to ask questions as we go. By the end of it, we'll have a full CRUD-based application with authentication and everything. Should be a good time! Make sure you have Node 16 installed on your computer before attending! GitHub Repo: https://github.com/kentcdodds/remix-tutorial-walkthrough Learn more at https://remix.run Join the discord at https://rmx.as/discord Timestamps (thanks Tejas Ahluwalia!): 00:00:00 Intro Music 00:00:35 Stream starts 00:03:37 About the tutorial 00:05:35 Let's start: Overview 00:10:58 Let's start: Outline & Prerequisites 00:14:30 Questions 00:17:27 Generating a new Remix Project 00:20:35 Exploring the structure 00:30:09 Questions 00:44:19 Routes 00:53:00 Questions 01:02:45 Parametrized Routes 01:04:20 BREAK 01:09:23 Questions 01:13:10 Styling 01:26:17 Alternate CSS methodologies 01:29:41 Questions 01:35:45 Database: Setting up 01:43:00 Questions 01:46:10 Database: Connecting to the DB 01:50:22 Questions 01:51:45 Database: Reading from the DB 01:58:50 Questions 02:00:39 Database: More data fetching 02:06:00 Questions 02:09:07 Database: Type safety and other stuff 02:19:25 BREAK 02:24:35 Mutations / Forms 02:32:56 Questions 02:34:00 Form Validation 02:43:30 Questions 02:47:40 Authentication 03:17:45 Questions 03:19:30 Authentication continued 03:31:30 Questions 03:35:10 Authentication continued 03:52:57 Questions