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- 09:29 ">09:29 When using browser native web components (i.e. extends HTMLElement), should the whole application be wrapped in a component tree similar to how React apps do it?
- Using Web Components with Next or any SSR Framework
- 16:12 ">16:12 Should I avoid JS/TS class mixins?
- 21:07 ">21:07 Is it acceptable to have any string value as a value for a CSS custom property?
- 26:48 ">26:48 Should agencies consider building marketing sites with JS frameworks or is Wordpress still the best option here?
- 33:56 ">33:56 What are the main things to think about when laying the foundations for an app or project that will hopefully grow into something big?
- 46:00 ">46:00 What tool, if any, do you use for publishing packages?
- 50:19 ">50:19 Do you have any suggestions on how I can find time to code more?
- 54:17 ">54:17 how do you both manage your application secrets (API keys, database credentials etc) when deploying to Digital Ocean or Linode?
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