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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mike Hartington. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mike Hartington, often where they are interviewed.

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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mike Hartington. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mike Hartington, often where they are interviewed.

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MJS 128: Mike Hartington

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In this episode of My JavaScript Story is Charles talks to Mike Hartington. Mike Hartington is a Developer Advocate for Ionic Framework and a Google Developer Expert, but he is most famous in the developer community because of his beard.

Charles asks how Mike got introduced to development. Mike tried to code Tic-Tac-Toe and that was a challenge because knowing the rules to the game and trying to tell a computer the rules are two very two different things.

Mike then majored in Graphic Design at Rhode Island College, and started learning Flash and ActionScript. Mike talks about what kind of projects he created with Flash and ActionScript and then the process of teaching himself JavaScript.

Host: Charles Max Wood

Joined by Special Guest: Mike Hartington

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Oct 22 2019 · 40mins
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MJS 128: Mike Hartington

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In this episode of My JavaScript Story is Charles talks to Mike Hartington. Mike Hartington is a Developer Advocate for Ionic Framework and a Google Developer Expert, but he is most famous in the developer community because of his beard.

Charles asks how Mike got introduced to development. Mike tried to code Tic-Tac-Toe and that was a challenge because knowing the rules to the game and trying to tell a computer the rules are two very two different things.

Mike then majored in Graphic Design at Rhode Island College, and started learning Flash and ActionScript. Mike talks about what kind of projects he created with Flash and ActionScript and then the process of teaching himself JavaScript.

Host: Charles Max Wood

Joined by Special Guest: Mike Hartington

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Oct 22 2019 · 40mins

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MJS 128: Mike Hartington

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In this episode of My JavaScript Story is Charles talks to Mike Hartington. Mike Hartington is a Developer Advocate for Ionic Framework and a Google Developer Expert, but he is most famous in the developer community because of his beard.

Charles asks how Mike got introduced to development. Mike tried to code Tic-Tac-Toe and that was a challenge because knowing the rules to the game and trying to tell a computer the rules are two very two different things.

Mike then majored in Graphic Design at Rhode Island College, and started learning Flash and ActionScript. Mike talks about what kind of projects he created with Flash and ActionScript and then the process of teaching himself JavaScript.

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Oct 22 2019 · 40mins
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JSJ 378: Stencil and Design Systems with Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington

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  • Aimee Knight

  • Chris Ferdinandi

  • Joe Eames

  • AJ O’Neal

  • Charles Max Wood

With Special Guests: Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington

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Today’s guests Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington are developers for Ionic, with Josh working on the open source part of the framework on Ionic. They talk about their new compiler for web components called Stencil. Stencil was originally created out of work they did for Ionic 4 (now available for Vue, React, and Angular) and making Ionic 4 able to compliment all the different frameworks. They talk about their decision to build their own compiler and why they decided to open source it. Now, a lot of companies are looking into using Stencil to build design systems

The panel discusses when design systems should be implemented. Since Ionic is a component library that people can pull from and use themselves, Jeff and Mike talk about how they are using Stencil since they’re not creating a design system.

The panel discusses some of the drawbacks of web components. They discuss whether or not Cordova changes the game at all. One of the big advantages of using Stencil is the code that is delivered to a browser is generated in such a way that a lot of things are handled for you, unlike in other systems.The panelists talk about their thoughts on web components and the benefits of using a component versus creating a widget the old fashioned way. One such benefit of web components is that you can change the internals of how it works without affecting the API. Josh and Mike talk about some of the abilities of Stencil and compare it to other things like Tachyons. There is a short discussion of the line between frameworks and components and the dangers of pre optimization. If you would like to learn more about Stencil, go to stenciljs.com and follow Josh and Mike @Jtoms1 and @mhartington.

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Jul 30 2019 · 55mins

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JSJ 378: Stencil and Design Systems with Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington

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  • Aimee Knight

  • Chris Ferdinandi

  • Joe Eames

  • AJ O’Neal

  • Charles Max Wood

With Special Guests: Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington

Episode Summary

Today’s guests Josh Thomas and Mike Hartington are developers for Ionic, with Josh working on the open source part of the framework on Ionic. They talk about their new compiler for web components called Stencil. Stencil was originally created out of work they did for Ionic 4 (now available for Vue, React, and Angular) and making Ionic 4 able to compliment all the different frameworks. They talk about their decision to build their own compiler and why they decided to open source it. Now, a lot of companies are looking into using Stencil to build design systems

The panel discusses when design systems should be implemented. Since Ionic is a component library that people can pull from and use themselves, Jeff and Mike talk about how they are using Stencil since they’re not creating a design system.

The panel discusses some of the drawbacks of web components. They discuss whether or not Cordova changes the game at all. One of the big advantages of using Stencil is the code that is delivered to a browser is generated in such a way that a lot of things are handled for you, unlike in other systems.The panelists talk about their thoughts on web components and the benefits of using a component versus creating a widget the old fashioned way. One such benefit of web components is that you can change the internals of how it works without affecting the API. Josh and Mike talk about some of the abilities of Stencil and compare it to other things like Tachyons. There is a short discussion of the line between frameworks and components and the dangers of pre optimization. If you would like to learn more about Stencil, go to stenciljs.com and follow Josh and Mike @Jtoms1 and @mhartington.

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Jul 30 2019 · 55mins
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MAS 080: Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington

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Host: Charles Max Wood

Joined By Special Guests: Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington

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Coming to you live from the podcast booth at ng-conf 2019 is Charles Max Wood with Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington. Ely and Mike both work at Ionic, an app developer platform that helps developers build and deploy cross-platform apps. A heated discussion on who had the beard first (Jeff Cross or Mike Hartington) ensues, (spoiler alert it's Jeff Cross because he is OLDER than Mike Hartington) as they try to find out who is running the @HartingtonBeard Twitter account.

Ely and Mike talk about what they have been working on at Ionic, and the 4.0 release of Ionic Framework. This is Ely's first time at ng-conf and Mike's first time giving a talk at it. They talk about how the conference has evolved for the better and what their favorite parts of the conference are.

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Jun 04 2019 · 28mins
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MAS 080: Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington

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Host: Charles Max Wood

Joined By Special Guests: Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington

Episode Summary

Coming to you live from the podcast booth at ng-conf 2019 is Charles Max Wood with Ely Lucas and Mike Hartington. Ely and Mike both work at Ionic, an app developer platform that helps developers build and deploy cross-platform apps. A heated discussion on who had the beard first (Jeff Cross or Mike Hartington) ensues, (spoiler alert it's Jeff Cross because he is OLDER than Mike Hartington) as they try to find out who is running the @HartingtonBeard Twitter account.

Ely and Mike talk about what they have been working on at Ionic, and the 4.0 release of Ionic Framework. This is Ely's first time at ng-conf and Mike's first time giving a talk at it. They talk about how the conference has evolved for the better and what their favorite parts of the conference are.

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Jun 04 2019 · 28mins
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205 – Mike Hartington ⚡️ VueConf US 2019

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Ionic & Vue for Fast Mobile Apps

Vue as a framework prides itself for providing an excellent developer experience out of the box so devs can build awesome apps with it. Ionic as a component library shares these same values while providing a great UI for any kind of app. In this talk, we’ll look at how we can use Ionic and Vue together to quickly create a compelling mobile application that can be deployed to the iOS, Android, and the Web.

Apr 05 2019 · 27mins
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ngAir 194 - Ionic V4 with Mike Hartington

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Mar 13 2019 · 58mins
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AiA 226: Ionic with Mike Hartington

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In this episode of Adventures in Angular, the panelists talk with Mike Hartington, who is a Developer Advocate at Ionic. They talk in depth about the recently released version of Ionic, future projects the Ionic team is working on and what’s out there for Angular developers.

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1:21 - Mike introduces himself briefly and explains what exactly Ionic is.

3:15 - Charles asks about the new features of the recently released Ionic version 4.0. Mike explains that even though they love Angular, they wanted to decouple from any full framework like that and ship the components as JavaScript web components and then provide wrappings from any available framework. They spent a year on working on it and tried to double down on framework specific tooling.

5:50 - Charles asks if Alyssa has worked on Ionic. She answers that she hasn’t but has heard a lot of good things about it. She asks Mike if Ionic is the same as NativeScript. While explaining the difference, Mike replies that the team likes to work on the web technologies’ side, so even if Ionic is deployed on any available OS, everything is rendered in the browser. Charles also talks about the differences between NativeScript and Ionic.

7:38 - Alyssa asks if there is any specific popular framework or groups of people using Ionic. Mike answers that a lot of their user base consists of Angular developers, but they are seeing growth elsewhere too.

8:40 - Charles mentions that people like the fact they don’t have to learn different technologies for different platforms while developing apps, and prefer to do it by porting work from one platform to another. Mike agrees while saying that Ionic is a great option for that and it comes with a decent UI.

9:30 - Charles asks about Electron, if it’s the same codebase. Mike answers that Electron is quite new to them, but they are building an option for the native compiler that solves many technical issues and introduces new ideas on how to work with common APIs for IOS, Android and Electron.

12:02 - Alyssa asks how does Ionic compare to various UI themes and whether it can be customized. Mike answers that they have two themes - an iOS theme and a default material design theme. He says that they also have an option of creating custom themes using CSS variables.

13:30 - Charles asks if they have an update to the UI builder as well. Mike answers in affirmative and explains that they are working on a tool called Studio and proceeds to give some historical background on how they got there. He elaborates on the features of Studio.

15:40 - Alyssa asks if the tool is still under development or they are ready to start using it. Mike answers that a small group of users is using it and they are focusing on enterprise users currently.

16:50 - Charles asks about the next steps after Ionic 4.0. Mike explains in detail says that they want to work on some Angular tooling and on maintaining an update schematic.

18:17 - They discuss on how having different options help developers and users make flexible decisions leading to better products.

19:15 - Mike says that he is going to be at VueConf in Florida in March and Ng-Conf in Salt Lake City, and he is active on Twitter, Reddit and Instagram.

22:36 - Charles asks if there is any tutorial on Ionic for beginners. Mike asks users to search for “Ionic 4 Crash Course” - a 15-minute video encapsulating everything that they need to get it up and running.

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