On today’s episode, we’re airing a conversation recorded at the Next.JS conference. We chat with Lee Robinson, VP of Developer Experience at Vercel about the company’s vision for evolving from Webpack to Turbopack, helping customers who are cautious about migrating to a new tool, changes happening with React server components, and much more.
Webpack has been king for several years. Vercel wants folks to embrace Turbopack, but their claims about speed raised a lot of backlash after it was first announced. Lee explains why he thinks the Rust-based approach will ultimately be a big benefit to developers and how organizations who are deeply ingrained with existing tools can safely and incrementally migrate to what is, for now, a very Alpha and experimental release.
I’m a junior developer and I really enjoy listening to the show, but I have to admit that most of the content blows over my head in terms of understanding.
I was hoping that perhaps the way you bring your content across can be discussed and explained a little more in depth. Not sure if that’s the correct way to go about it but ultimately what I’m asking is for it to speak a little to Junior devs too.
All the best!
It’s all your, test or interview, I’m sorry I actings, I simply making, time pass, plz don’t wast your time
You people are absurd with your ridiculous fumblings in the name of “progress.”
Rust is not going to compile with the remainder of the mech core platform that file checks and core mega’X with the newly fashioned kotlin& yarn that was ssh and sso with windows and ms.dev off GitHub. But Incase you are absolutely in love w JS you can always just use Gradle and probably Mavin coming soon. Till then enjoy the stand alone.