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John Datserakis

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VoV 125: React and Typescript for a Vue developer with John Datserakis

Views on Vue

In this episode of Views on Vue, Lindsay and Steve talk with John Datserakis, software engineer at Indigo Ag. We catch up on what John’s been doing since his last appearance on the show, and discuss his experience working with React and Typescript in production. We talk about React hooks, and how they compare to Vue 3 Composition API. We also talk about how React is closer to plain Javascript compared to Vue’s ‘batteries included’ approach. Sponsors Audible.com CacheFly Panel Lindsay Wardell Steve Edwards Guest John Datserakis Links VoV 045: Comparing the React and Vue Ecosystems with a Real-World SPA with John Datserakis https://github.com/johndatserakis/koa-vue-notes-web https://github.com/johndatserakis/koa-react-notes-web Picks John Datserakis: Link Control Chrome Extension Steve Edwards: God’s Battalions: The Case for the Crusades Lindsay Wardell: https://tailwindcss.com/docs/release-notes https://wondery.com/shows/tides-of-history/ Follow Views on Vue on Twitter > @viewsonvue

45mins

20 Oct 2020

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VoV 125: React and Typescript for a Vue developer with John Datserakis

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

In this episode of Views on Vue, Lindsay and Steve talk with John Datserakis, software engineer at Indigo Ag. We catch up on what John’s been doing since his last appearance on the show, and discuss his experience working with React and Typescript in production. We talk about React hooks, and how they compare to Vue 3 Composition API. We also talk about how React is closer to plain Javascript compared to Vue’s ‘batteries included’ approach. Sponsors Audible.com CacheFly Panel Lindsay Wardell Steve Edwards Guest John Datserakis Links VoV 045: Comparing the React and Vue Ecosystems with a Real-World SPA with John Datserakis https://github.com/johndatserakis/koa-vue-notes-web https://github.com/johndatserakis/koa-react-notes-web Picks John Datserakis: Link Control Chrome Extension Steve Edwards: God’s Battalions: The Case for the Crusades Lindsay Wardell: https://tailwindcss.com/docs/release-notes https://wondery.com/shows/tides-of-history/ Follow Views on Vue on Twitter > @viewsonvue

45mins

20 Oct 2020

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VoV 045: Comparing the React and Vue Ecosystems with a Real-World SPA with John Datserakis

Views on Vue

Sponsors: KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit TripleByte Panel: Divya Sasidharan Erik Hanchett Chris Fritz Joe Eames John Papa Charles Max Wood Special Guest: John Datserakis Episode Summary In this episode of Views on Vue, the panelists talk to John Datserakis, a full stack developer from North Shore Massachusetts. John has been programming for 9 years and works for Promosis, Inc. a company that develops and designs sweepstakes programs and other marketing tools. After leaving jQuery, John wrote a detailed tutorial comparing Vue and React. He felt that there weren’t enough tutorials available that show the issues developers face while coding in real time. With this tutorial he wanted to go through all the challenges a developer can face while learning a new framework from scratch. Comparing his favorite and least favorite parts using React, he mentions he didn’t “fall in love with it” enough to leave Vue. John then compares his experiences with Create React App and Vue CLI and talks about his most recent project, Best Meta which helps pick the most popular items on Amazon. John also talks briefly about his experiences using Vuex and Redux. Writing the detailed comparison tutorial helped John sharpen his JavaScript skills but he reveals that, at the end of the day, he will use Vue for his next project. Links Vue.js React.js John's GitHub John's Twitter John's LinkedIn Promosis, Inc. https://webpack.js.org/ https://angular.io/cli/update https://cli.vuejs.org/ https://redux.js.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue/ https://twitter.com/viewsonvue John's Recent Project: Best Meta John Datserakis' Article - Comparing Vue and React John Datserakis’ open-source projects on GitHub that pertain to the article: koa-vue-notes-api koa-vue-notes-web koa-react-notes-web John Datserakis' Other Recent GitHub Projects: vue-simple-context-menu vue-cookie-accept-decline vue-programmatic-invisible-google-recaptcha Picks John Papa: A book by Chris Noring on React Chris Noring's Twitter Divya Sasidharan: Framework Summit Sarah Drasner’s Workshop Design for Developers Ghost Erik Hanchett: AWS Amplify Chris Fritz: Google Fi Referral Code Ball Lightning by Cixin Liu FrontendMasters Joe Eames: ng-conf Minified – YouTube Framework Summit John Papa - AngularConnect Charles Max Wood: Eleventy Nunjucks John Datserakis: John's Recent Project: Best Meta Netlify Anthony Gore's Website

1hr 16mins

23 Jan 2019

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VoV 045: Comparing the React and Vue Ecosystems with a Real-World SPA with John Datserakis

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Sponsors: KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit TripleByte Panel: Divya Sasidharan Erik Hanchett Chris Fritz Joe Eames John Papa Charles Max Wood Special Guest: John Datserakis Episode Summary In this episode of Views on Vue, the panelists talk to John Datserakis, a full stack developer from North Shore Massachusetts. John has been programming for 9 years and works for Promosis, Inc. a company that develops and designs sweepstakes programs and other marketing tools. After leaving jQuery, John wrote a detailed tutorial comparing Vue and React. He felt that there weren’t enough tutorials available that show the issues developers face while coding in real time. With this tutorial he wanted to go through all the challenges a developer can face while learning a new framework from scratch. Comparing his favorite and least favorite parts using React, he mentions he didn’t “fall in love with it” enough to leave Vue. John then compares his experiences with Create React App and Vue CLI and talks about his most recent project, Best Meta which helps pick the most popular items on Amazon. John also talks briefly about his experiences using Vuex and Redux. Writing the detailed comparison tutorial helped John sharpen his JavaScript skills but he reveals that, at the end of the day, he will use Vue for his next project. Links Vue.js React.js John's GitHub John's Twitter John's LinkedIn Promosis, Inc. https://webpack.js.org/ https://angular.io/cli/update https://cli.vuejs.org/ https://redux.js.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue/ https://twitter.com/viewsonvue John's Recent Project: Best Meta John Datserakis' Article - Comparing Vue and React John Datserakis’ open-source projects on GitHub that pertain to the article: koa-vue-notes-api koa-vue-notes-web koa-react-notes-web John Datserakis' Other Recent GitHub Projects: vue-simple-context-menu vue-cookie-accept-decline vue-programmatic-invisible-google-recaptcha Picks John Papa: A book by Chris Noring on React Chris Noring's Twitter Divya Sasidharan: Framework Summit Sarah Drasner’s Workshop Design for Developers Ghost Erik Hanchett: AWS Amplify Chris Fritz: Google Fi Referral Code Ball Lightning by Cixin Liu FrontendMasters Joe Eames: ng-conf Minified – YouTube Framework Summit John Papa - AngularConnect Charles Max Wood: Eleventy Nunjucks John Datserakis: John's Recent Project: Best Meta Netlify Anthony Gore's Website

1hr 16mins

23 Jan 2019

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