podcast June 9, 2020

Podcast 242: You’re Over Reacting

In this episode, we chat about the ways in which React has reshaped web design and mourn the lost days of maximalist HTML overkill.
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In this episode, we chat about the ways in which React has reshaped web design and mourn the lost days of maximalist HTML overkill. Plus, what would social media look like today had Napster lived to conquer the music industry?

If you’re in the market for a used car and some retro web design, look no further.

Thanks to our Lifeboater of the week, Günter Zöchbauer, for explaining how to use the MyHomePage widget in Flutter.

If you would like a written transcript of this episode, it’s available here.

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