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Firebase, development, and design in 2021 with David East

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

In this episode, Ben and Kate talk to David East, Developer Relations Engineer at Firebase. They talk about the three tiers of the Firebase product -- Build, Release & Monitor, and Engage. They also get into design vs. development and what that means for web developers in 2021. Links https://firebase.google.com/ https://twitter.com/Firebase https://twitter.com/_davideast https://davidea.st/ https://www.sketch.com/ https://www.framer.com/motion/ https://tailwindcss.com/ https://www.figma.com/ https://podrocket.logrocket.com/different-flavors-of-frontend https://css-tricks.com/the-great-divide Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us @LogRocket brian@logrocket.com What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today.Special Guest: David East.

28mins

27 Apr 2021

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EP.22 // DAVID EAST

VINTAGE SOCIETY PODCAST

David East is a director/photographer who has worked with the likes of Foals, The Japanese House, Gengahr & more. We talk how his relationship with an artist changes when making a music video, Kubrick, whether the first or last shot is more important, how telling a story with a photograph differs to film, directing musicians, shooting on film, directing horses, Tarkovsky, commercials and the piece of work he's proudest of. Theme Music: "Breakfast Burger" by Snack Villain Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

46mins

26 Sep 2020

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What’s new in AngularFire with David East

Angular Air

David East returns to Angular Air to update us with the latest and greatest in AngularFire.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support

1hr 1min

8 Apr 2020

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AiA 262: Firebase Features with David East

Adventures in Angular

In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel has fun interviewing David East about Firebase. David starts by sharing what it was like at the recent Firebase Summit in Madrid. There were so many announcements they had a tough time fitting them all into the one-hour keynote address. One of the cool new features announced at the Firebase Summit is Firebase Extension, David describes it as serverless without any code. The panel discusses this feature and how it works. Another cool feature announced is Google Analytics for Firebase. This allows you to use Firebase tools in conjunction with Google Analytics. The panel considers the smart things you can do in your app with this feature. The next feature the panel discusses is Remote Config which allows you to store data and then pull out that information on demand. If you use the Google Analytics for Firebase you can target specific data for certain audiences. David explains that before this could only be done with native apps. He also explains how in doing this you no longer have to worry about the gtag loader and defines gtag for the panel. The panel gets a little off track as David jokingly explains his beef with Aaron Frost, Frosty. Frosty host My Angular Story and a while back had twitted looking for awesome angular stories. David had responded but never heard back from Frosty. Frosty jokingly says he faxed an invite to David. The panel jokes about how awesome David’s episode will be and tells everyone to look out for his episode. Getting back on track, David gives more examples of ways to use the Remote Config feature on with the Google Analytics for Firebase. Frosty confesses he needs to get better at looking at analytics. Sharing an example from a company he is currently working for, Frosty explains how they made nearly 2 million dollars just by changing the color of a button. The panel considers how minor changes like that can make such a big difference and how analytics helps you target your audience. David shares the story behind writing Angular Fire. Jeff Cross worked on the angular team and started writing angular fire but then left for Nrwl. After Jeff left, David took over and ended up rewriting the entire library. He explains some of the mistakes that they made that led to the rewrite and how he fixed them. The panel wonders at David about using Angular Fire and NgRX. David tells the panel that the Firebase console uses NgRx under the hood and shares what he learned while working on it. Using firebase and NgRx can be very confusing because of the mass duplication of responsibility. David’s advice is to let Firebase and NgRx do their own thing and connect the dots with RxJs. David discusses Firestore, a very advanced caching system and what you can do with it. Including, working offline and setting security rules. Frosty brings up Firebase Messaging Cues, he explains that it is similar to three-way messaging cues except its n-way. David explains that even though he is intrigued by the idea, he does not approve of the name. The panel considers possible use cases for an n-way messaging cue. David explains some of the costs and benefits of this architecture. The episode ends with a discussion of Firebase’s documentation, which is currently a group of markdown files. David defends the simplicity of this documentation style and gives recommendations and resources for those who need more help. Panelists Aaron Frost Brian Love Alyssa Nicoll Shai Reznik GuestDavid EastAdventures in Angular is produced by DevChat.TV in partnership with Hero DevsSponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan Angular Bootcamp Flatfile Cachefly Links https://firebase.google.com/ https://firebase.google.com/summit My Angular Story https://fireship.io/ Fireship Youtube https://twitter.com/_davideast https://www.facebook.com/adventuresinangular https://twitter.com/angularpodcast PicksBrain Love:Bonnie LoveAaron Frost: Stop shaming people Miss Saigon Alyssa Nicoll:David EastDavid East: Alyssa Nicoll Freakonomics The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail-But Some Don't Special Guest: David East.

1hr 6mins

29 Oct 2019

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AiA 262: Firebase Features with David East

Adventures in Angular

In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel has fun interviewing David East about Firebase. David starts by sharing what it was like at the recent Firebase Summit in Madrid. There were so many announcements they had a tough time fitting them all into the one-hour keynote address.  One of the cool new features announced at the Firebase Summit is Firebase Extension, David describes it as serverless without any code. The panel discusses this feature and how it works. Another cool feature announced is Google Analytics for Firebase. This allows you to use Firebase tools in conjunction with Google Analytics. The panel considers the smart things you can do in your app with this feature.  The next feature the panel discusses is Remote Config which allows you to store data and then pull out that information on demand. If you use the Google Analytics for Firebase you can target specific data for certain audiences. David explains that before this could only be done with native apps. He also explains how in doing this you no longer have to worry about the gtag loader and defines gtag for the panel.  The panel gets a little off track as David jokingly explains his beef with Aaron Frost, Frosty. Frosty host My Angular Story and a while back had twitted looking for awesome angular stories. David had responded but never heard back from Frosty. Frosty jokingly says he faxed an invite to David. The panel jokes about how awesome David’s episode will be and tells everyone to look out for his episode.  Getting back on track, David gives more examples of ways to use the Remote Config feature on with the Google Analytics for Firebase. Frosty confesses he needs to get better at looking at analytics. Sharing an example from a company he is currently working for, Frosty explains how they made nearly 2 million dollars just by changing the color of a button. The panel considers how minor changes like that can make such a big difference and how analytics helps you target your audience.  David shares the story behind writing Angular Fire. Jeff Cross worked on the angular team and started writing angular fire but then left for Nrwl. After Jeff left, David took over and ended up rewriting the entire library. He explains some of the mistakes that they made that led to the rewrite and how he fixed them.  The panel wonders at David about using Angular Fire and NgRX. David tells the panel that the Firebase console uses NgRx under the hood and shares what he learned while working on it. Using firebase and NgRx can be very confusing because of the mass duplication of responsibility. David’s advice is to let Firebase and NgRx do their own thing and connect the dots with RxJs.  David discusses Firestore, a very advanced caching system and what you can do with it. Including, working offline and setting security rules. Frosty brings up Firebase Messaging Cues, he explains that it is similar to three-way messaging cues except its n-way. David explains that even though he is intrigued by the idea, he does not approve of the name. The panel considers possible use cases for an n-way messaging cue. David explains some of the costs and benefits of this architecture.  The episode ends with a discussion of Firebase’s documentation, which is currently a group of markdown files. David defends the simplicity of this documentation style and gives recommendations and resources for those who need more help. Panelists Aaron Frost Brian Love Alyssa Nicoll Shai Reznik Guest David East Adventures in Angular is produced by DevChat.TV in partnership with Hero DevsSponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan Angular Bootcamp Flatfile Cachefly Links https://firebase.google.com/ https://firebase.google.com/summit My Angular Story https://fireship.io/ Fireship Youtube https://twitter.com/_davideast https://www.facebook.com/adventuresinangular https://twitter.com/angularpodcast PicksBrain Love: Bonnie Love Aaron Frost: Stop shaming people Miss Saigon Alyssa Nicoll: David East David East: Alyssa Nicoll Freakonomics The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail-But Some Don't Special Guest: David East.

1hr 6mins

29 Oct 2019

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AiA 262: Firebase Features with David East

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel has fun interviewing David East about Firebase. David starts by sharing what it was like at the recent Firebase Summit in Madrid. There were so many announcements they had a tough time fitting them all into the one-hour keynote address.  One of the cool new features announced at the Firebase Summit is Firebase Extension, David describes it as serverless without any code. The panel discusses this feature and how it works. Another cool feature announced is Google Analytics for Firebase. This allows you to use Firebase tools in conjunction with Google Analytics. The panel considers the smart things you can do in your app with this feature.  The next feature the panel discusses is Remote Config which allows you to store data and then pull out that information on demand. If you use the Google Analytics for Firebase you can target specific data for certain audiences. David explains that before this could only be done with native apps. He also explains how in doing this you no longer have to worry about the gtag loader and defines gtag for the panel.  The panel gets a little off track as David jokingly explains his beef with Aaron Frost, Frosty. Frosty host My Angular Story and a while back had twitted looking for awesome angular stories. David had responded but never heard back from Frosty. Frosty jokingly says he faxed an invite to David. The panel jokes about how awesome David’s episode will be and tells everyone to look out for his episode.  Getting back on track, David gives more examples of ways to use the Remote Config feature on with the Google Analytics for Firebase. Frosty confesses he needs to get better at looking at analytics. Sharing an example from a company he is currently working for, Frosty explains how they made nearly 2 million dollars just by changing the color of a button. The panel considers how minor changes like that can make such a big difference and how analytics helps you target your audience.  David shares the story behind writing Angular Fire. Jeff Cross worked on the angular team and started writing angular fire but then left for Nrwl. After Jeff left, David took over and ended up rewriting the entire library. He explains some of the mistakes that they made that led to the rewrite and how he fixed them.  The panel wonders at David about using Angular Fire and NgRX. David tells the panel that the Firebase console uses NgRx under the hood and shares what he learned while working on it. Using firebase and NgRx can be very confusing because of the mass duplication of responsibility. David’s advice is to let Firebase and NgRx do their own thing and connect the dots with RxJs.  David discusses Firestore, a very advanced caching system and what you can do with it. Including, working offline and setting security rules. Frosty brings up Firebase Messaging Cues, he explains that it is similar to three-way messaging cues except its n-way. David explains that even though he is intrigued by the idea, he does not approve of the name. The panel considers possible use cases for an n-way messaging cue. David explains some of the costs and benefits of this architecture.  The episode ends with a discussion of Firebase’s documentation, which is currently a group of markdown files. David defends the simplicity of this documentation style and gives recommendations and resources for those who need more help.  Panelists Aaron Frost Brian Love Alyssa Nicoll Shai Reznik Guest David East Adventures in Angular is produced by DevChat.TV in partnership with Hero Devs Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan Angular Bootcamp Flatfile Cachefly Links https://firebase.google.com/ https://firebase.google.com/summit My Angular Story https://fireship.io/ Fireship Youtube https://twitter.com/_davideast https://www.facebook.com/adventuresinangular https://twitter.com/angularpodcast Picks Brain Love: Bonnie Love Aaron Frost: Stop shaming people Miss Saigon Alyssa Nicoll: David East David East: Alyssa Nicoll Freakonomics The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail-But Some Don't

1hr 6mins

29 Oct 2019

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Out of Bounds - May 31 (David East, Nigel Reeve, Brett Maguire)

Out of Bounds - Triple M Southwest

(00:03) A fascinating interview with President of the Lower South West Football League, David East on a wide range of issues including WAFL Colts players, Landmark Country Champs and the levelling of the clubs (11:39) We're at the half way mark of the LSWFL season. So a look at all the sides so far with Nigel Reeve (23:07) The Eaton Boomers are one of the form sides in 2019. We caught up with their coach Brett Maguire (32:47) And our look at a special round of footy in the SWFL which includes the Peter Butcher Memorial Cup, Dale Alcock Homes WA Day Derby and Busselton Toyota Cup See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

38mins

31 May 2019

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ngAir 135 - AngularFire with David East

Angular Air

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1hr 18mins

14 Dec 2017

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ngAir 71 - AngularFire 2 Tutorial with David East

Angular Air

ng-firePanelists:  Justin SchwartzenbergerGuest:  David EastNotes●     Tutorial 1 - Initial Setup●     Tutorial 2 - Observables●     Tutorial 3 - RoutingTips & PicksJustin Kahoot https://kahoot.it https://getkahoot.comDavid Skateboard tutorialsJeff Minko packaging Angular 2 app http://blog.mgechev.com/2016/06/26/tree-shaking-angular2-production-build-rollup-javascript/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support

1hr 7mins

14 Jul 2016

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099 AiA Firebase and AngularFire2 with David East and Jeff Cross

Adventures in Angular

Check out Angular Remote Conf!! 02:01 - David East Introduction Twitter GitHub Adventures in Angular Episode #11: AngularFire with David East and Kato Wulf 02:34 - Jeff Cross Introduction Twitter GitHub Adventures in Angular Episode #68: Reactive Programming with Jeff Cross and Rob Wormald 02:52 - Angular Mobile + Firebase03:57 - Firebase: Key Characteristics06:22 - Mobile > Web Traffic?08:27 - Firebase + Angular 210:39 - Upgrading to AngularFire2 with Angular 213:43 - Data That Works Well15:09 - Interplaying with Traditional Forms of Data20:15 - Intermittent Connectivity Issues21:42 - Websockets Componentry24:14 - Authentication and Security25:48 - Projected Use Cases firepad 30:53 - Compliance; Security Roles34:11 - What’s coming in Firebase?39:35 - Firebase YouTube Channel Firecasts Picks Ricoh Theta S Digital Camera (Lukas) Kuula (Lukas) Gaia GPS (Ward) Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time by Rory Vaden (Chuck) Newbie Remote Conf (Chuck) Aftershokz (Jeff) Firebase YouTube Channel (David) Freakonomics Podcast (David) Special Guests: David East and Jeff Cross.

48mins

30 Jun 2016

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