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Tanner Linsley

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Episode 18 - React Query with Tanner Linsley

FSJam Podcast

Tanner Linsley Twitter TanStack Nozzle.io Links React Query React Table React Charts visx React Virtual - Code Sample React Ranger Swimmer

1hr 20mins

10 Mar 2021

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React Query + More React with Tanner Linsley

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk with Tanner Linsley about React Query, how it works, why you might want to use it, and more! Deque - Sponsor Deque’s free axe browser extension helps developers instantly catch 50% of accessibility bugs while they code. It’s lightweight, easy-to-use, and has zero false positives. Get started for free at deque.com/axe. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what’s happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry’s Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Mux - Sponsor Mux Video is an API-first platform that makes it easy for any developer to build beautiful video. Powered by data and designed by video experts, your video will work perfectly on every device, every time. Mux Video handles storage, encoding, and delivery so you can focus on building your product. Live streaming is just as easy and Mux will scale with you as you grow, whether you’re serving a few dozen streams or a few million. Visit mux.com/syntax. Guests Tanner Linsley Show Notes 01:56 - What do you do? nozzle.io React Query 06:04 - What is React Query? 24:19 - How does React Query use dev tools? 31:20 - What about React Context? 36:59 - Server-rendered components? 42:40 - Thoughts on static sites? 50:38 - What is the stack? Links Redux Axios Syntax 206: State Machines, CSS and Animations with David K Piano RTK Query Relay Remix Twin.macro Tailwind CSS React Static Next TanStack ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Tanner: React Query - Essentials Course Scott: Govee TV LED Backlights Wes: 1Password Shameless Plugs Tanner: Nozzle.io Scott: Testing with Cypress - Sign up for the year and save 25%! Wes: All Courses - Use the coupon code ‘Syntax’ for $10 off! Tweet us your tasty treats! Scott’s Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes’ Instagram Wes’ Twitter Wes’ Facebook Scott’s Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

1hr 5mins

24 Feb 2021

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RRU 123: React Query, React Table, the TanStack and More with Tanner Linsley

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

In this episode of React Round Up, Tanner Linsley, co-founder of startup Nozzle.io, and most known lately for his OSS project React Query, joins the panel today to discuss how he was inspired to create React Query to simplify data-fetching and state management in React applications. Just a few months after releasing React Query to the dev community, it’s already making waves and garnering the attention of notable React thought leaders and large companies alike, and part of the secret to Tanner’s success is that the majority of his popular OSS projects come from him needing to solve a need for his company, Nozzle.io. Learn about if React Query (or other projects) might be something to incorporate into your own React applications, as well as tips for getting involved in (and making the case for) working on OSS projects. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Tanner Linsley Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Audible.com CacheFly Links Tanner’s startup React Query site Important defaults Axios Github and documentation Tanner’s JSConf Hawaii talk Picks TJ VanToll: Lilo & Stitch The Series Paige Niedringhaus: Meguiar’s Natural Shine Protectant for car interiors: Tanner Linsley: The Umbrella Academy on Netflix, Zustand React Query Essentials Course Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

50mins

27 Oct 2020

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RRU 123: React Query, React Table, the TanStack and More with Tanner Linsley

React Round Up

In this episode of React Round Up, Tanner Linsley, co-founder of startup Nozzle.io, and most known lately for his OSS project React Query, joins the panel today to discuss how he was inspired to create React Query to simplify data-fetching and state management in React applications. Just a few months after releasing React Query to the dev community, it’s already making waves and garnering the attention of notable React thought leaders and large companies alike, and part of the secret to Tanner’s success is that the majority of his popular OSS projects come from him needing to solve a need for his company, Nozzle.io. Learn about if React Query (or other projects) might be something to incorporate into your own React applications, as well as tips for getting involved in (and making the case for) working on OSS projects. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Tanner Linsley Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Audible.com CacheFly Links Tanner’s startup React Query site Important defaults Axios Github and documentation Tanner’s JSConf Hawaii talk Picks TJ VanToll: Lilo & Stitch The Series Paige Niedringhaus: Meguiar’s Natural Shine Protectant for car interiors: Tanner Linsley: The Umbrella Academy on Netflix, Zustand React Query Essentials Course Follow React Round Up on Twitter > @reactroundup

50mins

27 Oct 2020

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Tanner Linsley Separates UI State And Server State

Chats with Kent C. Dodds

CTA: Take inventory of your state. What is UI state and what is Server state?Tanner Linsley is the creator of react-table, react-charts, and react-query. Tanner also has a startup called nozzle.io where they track rankings in Google and do cool things around technical SEO.A lot of Tanner's libraries were born out of necessity at nozzle. We often reach for abstractions that were built to solve problems that we don't have and that ends up creating awkward problems for us. We wind up with poor performance or a bigger bundle size than we need, so having a custom made solution can be a good thing.Your UI state is not the same as your server state and they should be separate things. By keeping these types of state separated from each other you can simplify your app. Server state is different enough in structure, persistence strategy, consumption, and lifecycle to be managed in smarter systems that are configurable to an apps needs of data freshness.Resourcesreact-queryTanner LinsleyTwitterKent C. DoddsWebsiteTwitterGithubYoutubeTesting JavaScript

36mins

19 May 2020

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Ep. #52, Open Sourcery with Tanner Linsley of Nozzle

JAMstack Radio

In episode 52 of JAMstack Radio, Brian and Tanner Linsley discuss the enterprise keyword rank tracker Nozzle, how the open source ethos has shifted in recent years, and finding sponsors to elevate open source projects.The post Ep. #52, Open Sourcery with Tanner Linsley of Nozzle appeared first on Heavybit.

29mins

19 Mar 2020

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Ep. #52, Open Sourcery with Tanner Linsley of Nozzle

Heavybit Podcast Network: Master Feed

In episode 52 of JAMstack Radio, Brian and Tanner Linsley discuss the enterprise keyword rank tracker Nozzle, how the open source ethos has shifted in recent years, and finding sponsors to elevate open source projects.The post Ep. #52, Open Sourcery with Tanner Linsley of Nozzle appeared first on Heavybit.

29mins

19 Mar 2020