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MJS 071: Kye Hohenberger

My JavaScript Story

Panel: Charles Max WoodGuest: Kye HohenbergerThis week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a senior front-end engineer at Gremlin, where they do chaos as a service and break your stuff on purpose so that you can fix it and it hopefully won’t happen again. He also created the Emotion library, which is a CSS-in-JS library. He first got into programming because his Grandpa was always working on computers and Kye was curious about how they worked. They talk about how he got into JavaScript, what he's built in JavaScript that he’s proud of, what he’s working on now, and more!In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Kye intro Works at Gremlin as a front-end engineer How did you first get into programming? Always had a burning curiosity for computers Worked on HTML first Worked with flash in High School Tried to major in Computer Science and dropped out of it Job in IT Wordpress maintenance Hooked on wanting to learn more Python with Django What was it that caught your attention? How did you get into JavaScript? Job at cPanel What led you to build something like Emotion? Didn’t like having to use the Sass compiler What problem were you trying to solve? Have you worked on anything else in JavaScript that you’re proud of? What are you working on now? APIs from Java to Node Wrote Qordoba apps for 2 years What made you switch from Angular to React? Learning WebPack And much, much more! Links: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Emotion Wordpress Python Django JavaScript cPanel Sass Node Angular React WebPack @tkh44 Kye’s GitHub Kye’s Medium Sponsors: Loot Crate FreshBooks PicksCharles Home Depot Tool Rentals Framework Summit Podcast Movement Kye The Console Log Brian Holt on Frontend Masters Emotion Team

19mins

25 Jul 2018

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MJS 071: Kye Hohenberger

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Kye Hohenberger This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a senior front-end engineer at Gremlin, where they do chaos as a service and break your stuff on purpose so that you can fix it and it hopefully won’t happen again. He also created the Emotion library, which is a CSS-in-JS library. He first got into programming because his Grandpa was always working on computers and Kye was curious about how they worked. They talk about how he got into JavaScript, what he's built in JavaScript that he’s proud of, what he’s working on now, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Kye intro Works at Gremlin as a front-end engineer How did you first get into programming? Always had a burning curiosity for computers Worked on HTML first Worked with flash in High School Tried to major in Computer Science and dropped out of it Job in IT Wordpress maintenance Hooked on wanting to learn more Python with Django What was it that caught your attention? How did you get into JavaScript? Job at cPanel What led you to build something like Emotion? Didn’t like having to use the Sass compiler What problem were you trying to solve? Have you worked on anything else in JavaScript that you’re proud of? What are you working on now? APIs from Java to Node Wrote Qordoba apps for 2 years What made you switch from Angular to React? Learning WebPack And much, much more! Links: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Emotion Wordpress Python Django JavaScript cPanel Sass Node Angular React WebPack @tkh44 Kye’s GitHub Kye’s Medium Sponsors: Loot Crate FreshBooks Picks Charles Home Depot Tool Rentals Framework Summit Podcast Movement Kye The Console Log Brian Holt on Frontend Masters Emotion Team

19mins

25 Jul 2018

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MJS 071: Kye Hohenberger

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Kye Hohenberger This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a senior front-end engineer at Gremlin, where they do chaos as a service and break your stuff on purpose so that you can fix it and it hopefully won’t happen again. He also created the Emotion library, which is a CSS-in-JS library. He first got into programming because his Grandpa was always working on computers and Kye was curious about how they worked. They talk about how he got into JavaScript, what he's built in JavaScript that he’s proud of, what he’s working on now, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Kye intro Works at Gremlin as a front-end engineer How did you first get into programming? Always had a burning curiosity for computers Worked on HTML first Worked with flash in High School Tried to major in Computer Science and dropped out of it Job in IT Wordpress maintenance Hooked on wanting to learn more Python with Django What was it that caught your attention? How did you get into JavaScript? Job at cPanel What led you to build something like Emotion? Didn’t like having to use the Sass compiler What problem were you trying to solve? Have you worked on anything else in JavaScript that you’re proud of? What are you working on now? APIs from Java to Node Wrote Qordoba apps for 2 years What made you switch from Angular to React? Learning WebPack And much, much more! Links: JavaScript Jabber Episode 286 Emotion Wordpress Python Django JavaScript cPanel Sass Node Angular React WebPack @tkh44 Kye’s GitHub Kye’s Medium Sponsors: Loot Crate FreshBooks Picks Charles Home Depot Tool Rentals Framework Summit Podcast Movement Kye The Console Log Brian Holt on Frontend Masters Emotion Team

19mins

25 Jul 2018

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Emotion with Kye Hohenberger (The React Podcast #9)

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Kye Hohenberger is the author of the Emotion JavaScript library, a popular choice among React developers who prefer using CSS-in-JS to traditional CSS stylesheets. In this episode we discuss his work on Emotion including where he got the initial inspiration for the project and his motivation for creating it. We also discuss the future of the project and what may be in store for the future of CSS-in-JS. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors O'Reilly Fluent Conference – Learn the latest JavaScript tools and methods. Build a better web. Deliver the best user experiences. Be part of what past attendees call “a great center for modern web development and disruption,” and “the best place to see the current state of the web.” Use discount code JSPARTY to save 20% on most passes. Location and dates: San Jose, California, June 11-14. Learn more - oreil.ly/2J4z8da Rollbar – Our error monitoring partner. Rollbar provides real-time error monitoring, alerting, and analytics to help us resolve production errors in minutes. To start resolving errors in minutes, and deploying with confidence - head to rollbar.com/changelog Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery network to their powerful edge cloud platform. Learn more at fastly.com. Linode – Our cloud server of choice. Deploy a fast, efficient, native SSD cloud server for only $5/month. Get 4 months free using the code changelog2018. Start your server - head to linode.com/changelog Featuring Kye Hohenberger – Twitter, GitHub Michael Jackson – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links Emotion Emotion “next” (experimental) glam stylis.js Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!

57mins

15 May 2018

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9: Emotion with Kye Hohenberger

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Kye Hohenberger is the author of the Emotion JavaScript library, a popular choice among React developers who prefer using CSS-in-JS to traditional CSS stylesheets. In this episode we discuss his work on Emotion including where he got the initial inspiration for the project and his motivation for creating it. We also discuss the future of the project and what may be in store for the future of CSS-in-JS. Featuring Kye Hohenberger — Twitter, Github Michael Jackson — Twitter, Github, Website Notes Emotion Emotion "next" (experimental) glam stylis.js

56mins

15 May 2018

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JSJ 286: Creating a CSS-in-JS Library from Scratch and Emotion with Kye Hohenberger

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Panel: Amiee Knight Charles Max Wood Special Guests:  Kye Hohenberger In this episode, JavaScript Jabbers speak with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a developer and co-founder of Side Way. One of Kye’s most notable works and library is Emotion, a CSS and JS library. Kye talks about what CSS and JS library is about in the context of the Emotion library system. Kye discusses why this is practical for the writing process, in comparison to other types of tools that do similar jobs. Kye explains the how this tool reduces the number of lines of code and is compact and clearer. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: What is a CSS and JS library? Controlling CSS with JS, what does this solve? Style bugs What kind of styling are you using vs. complex styles? Media query A more declarative style Using Sass Where do you see people using this? Class names and you can apply to anything How Emotion works! Style tags Object styles What are some of the problems you are solving React Emotion - dynamic styles How does this compare to other style components? Glamor Styles How do you test something like this? Just Glamor React with Emotion Can people use the Babel plugin Pure flag and function calls And much more! Links: Emotion.sh Emotion-js/emotion emotion.now.sh @TKH44 Picks: Amiee Article on Medium Antibiotics and Steroids RX Bars  Charles Disney Emoji Blitz  How To Get A Job  -  JavaScriptJabber.com Kye Styled System Face Paint Aussie Bites 

50mins

8 Nov 2017

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JSJ 286: Creating a CSS-in-JS Library from Scratch and Emotion with Kye Hohenberger

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Amiee Knight Charles Max Wood Special Guests:  Kye Hohenberger In this episode, JavaScript Jabbers speak with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a developer and co-founder of Side Way. One of Kye’s most notable works and library is Emotion, a CSS and JS library. Kye talks about what CSS and JS library is about in the context of the Emotion library system. Kye discusses why this is practical for the writing process, in comparison to other types of tools that do similar jobs. Kye explains the how this tool reduces the number of lines of code and is compact and clearer. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: What is a CSS and JS library? Controlling CSS with JS, what does this solve? Style bugs What kind of styling are you using vs. complex styles? Media query A more declarative style Using Sass Where do you see people using this? Class names and you can apply to anything How Emotion works! Style tags Object styles What are some of the problems you are solving React Emotion - dynamic styles How does this compare to other style components? Glamor Styles How do you test something like this? Just Glamor React with Emotion Can people use the Babel plugin Pure flag and function calls And much more! Links: Emotion.sh Emotion-js/emotion emotion.now.sh @TKH44 Picks: Amiee Article on Medium Antibiotics and Steroids RX Bars  Charles Disney Emoji Blitz  How To Get A Job  -  JavaScriptJabber.com Kye Styled System Face Paint Aussie Bites 

50mins

8 Nov 2017

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JSJ 286: Creating a CSS-in-JS Library from Scratch and Emotion with Kye Hohenberger

JavaScript Jabber

Panel:Amiee KnightCharles Max WoodSpecial Guests: Kye HohenbergerIn this episode, JavaScript Jabbers speak with Kye Hohenberger. Kye is a developer and co-founder of Side Way. One of Kye’s most notable works and library is Emotion, a CSS and JS library.Kye talks about what CSS and JS library is about in the context of the Emotion library system. Kye discusses why this is practical for the writing process, in comparison to other types of tools that do similar jobs. Kye explains the how this tool reduces the number of lines of code and is compact and clearer.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: What is a CSS and JS library? Controlling CSS with JS, what does this solve? Style bugs What kind of styling are you using vs. complex styles? Media query A more declarative style Using Sass Where do you see people using this? Class names and you can apply to anything How Emotion works! Style tags Object styles What are some of the problems you are solving React Emotion - dynamic styles How does this compare to other style components? Glamor Styles How do you test something like this? Just Glamor React with Emotion Can people use the Babel plugin Pure flag and function calls And much more! Links: Emotion.sh Emotion-js/emotion emotion.now.sh @TKH44 Picks:Amiee Article on Medium Antibiotics and Steroids RX Bars Charles Disney Emoji Blitz  How To Get A Job  -  JavaScriptJabber.comKye Styled System Face Paint Aussie Bites Special Guest: Kye Hohenberger.

50mins

8 Nov 2017

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Web of Tomorrow 40: Emotion - Kye Hohenberger

Web of Tomorrow

Kye Hohenberger is the creator of Emotion, a high performance, lightweight css-in-js library. He talks about the benefits of CSS-in-JS and of emotion in particular. Kye's Tweet A Unified Styling Language by Mark Dalgleish Emotion on Github Blog Post on Emotion Blog Post on Emotion 7 Marian Call Good Morning Moon Music Video

48mins

21 Aug 2017