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JSJ 435: Form.io with Travis Tidwell

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

The panel is joined by Travis Tidwell, co-founder and CTO of Form.io, a ME*N stack platform that incorprates a form builder with automatically generated REST API endpoints. Travis discusses the history of Form.io, how it’s built and works, and lays the smackdown on panelist and noted NoSQL database skeptic AJ O’Neal by showing how MongoDB is the appropriate DB for storing form data in JSON format. Panel Steve Edwards AJ O’Neal Aimee Knight Guest Travis Tidwell Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing Remote Work: Get a Job or Make a Career Working From Home "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Form.io Picks AJ O’Neal: Follow AJ on Twitter > @coolaj86 File System | Node.js v14.3.0 Documentation JDD webinstall.dev Steve Edwards: Follow Steve on Twitter > @wonder95, Website Needtobreathe - Rivers In The Wasteland Travis Tidwell: Follow Travis on Twitter @softwaregnome, Github VEX IQ - VEX Robotics Follow JavaScript Jabber on Twitter > @JSJabber

1hr 7mins

2 Jun 2020

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JSJ 435: Form.io with Travis Tidwell

JavaScript Jabber

The panel is joined by Travis Tidwell, co-founder and CTO of Form.io, a ME*N stack platform that incorprates a form builder with automatically generated REST API endpoints. Travis discusses the history of Form.io, how it’s built and works, and lays the smackdown on panelist and noted NoSQL database skeptic AJ O’Neal by showing how MongoDB is the appropriate DB for storing form data in JSON format. Panel Steve Edwards AJ O’Neal Aimee Knight Guest Travis Tidwell Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing Remote Work: Get a Job or Make a Career Working From Home "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Form.io Picks AJ O’Neal: Follow AJ on Twitter > @coolaj86 File System | Node.js v14.3.0 Documentation JDD webinstall.dev Steve Edwards: Follow Steve on Twitter > @wonder95, Website Needtobreathe - Rivers In The Wasteland Travis Tidwell: Follow Travis on Twitter @softwaregnome, Github VEX IQ - VEX Robotics Follow JavaScript Jabber on Twitter > @JSJabber

1hr 7mins

2 Jun 2020

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JSJ 435: Form.io with Travis Tidwell

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

The panel is joined by Travis Tidwell, co-founder and CTO of Form.io, a ME*N stack platform that incorprates a form builder with automatically generated REST API endpoints. Travis discusses the history of Form.io, how it’s built and works, and lays the smackdown on panelist and noted NoSQL database skeptic AJ O’Neal by showing how MongoDB is the appropriate DB for storing form data in JSON format. Panel Steve Edwards AJ O’Neal Aimee Knight Guest Travis Tidwell Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing Remote Work: Get a Job or Make a Career Working From Home "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links Form.io Picks AJ O’Neal: Follow AJ on Twitter > @coolaj86 File System | Node.js v14.3.0 Documentation JDD webinstall.dev Steve Edwards: Follow Steve on Twitter > @wonder95, Website Needtobreathe - Rivers In The Wasteland Travis Tidwell: Follow Travis on Twitter @softwaregnome, Github VEX IQ - VEX Robotics Follow JavaScript Jabber on Twitter > @JSJabber

1hr 7mins

2 Jun 2020

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103: Ardbeg 19 and Glenmorangie 14 with Brendan McCarron and Travis Tidwell

The Spirit Guide Society

Glenmorangie and Ardbeg Distillery Manager/"heir apparent" to Dr. Bill Lumsden, Brendan McCarron and our friend Travis Tidwell join Pedro in the Whiskey Society for a private, intimate chat about Glenmorangie and Ardbeg. Brendan brought the inside information from the distillery; Travis brought four fantastic whiskies. Good times were had by all. We humbly present this conversation to you and hope that it meets your approval. Slàinte!--What We Drank:Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 14 Years OldArdbeg An OhArdbeg Traigh Bhan 19 Years OldArdbeg Supernova 2019--Follow us:spiritguidesocietypodcast.comfacebook.com/spiritguidesoctwitter.com/spiritguidesocinstagram.com/spiritguidesochttps://www.youtube.com/c/SpiritGuideSociety--About Ardbeg 19 (from ardbeg.com)INTRODUCING AN ARDBEG OF IMPOSSIBLE BALANCEThe epitome of an aged Ardbeg – matured in American oak and Oloroso sherry casks – Ardbeg Traigh Bhan effortlessly accomplishes the impossible balance.Ardbeg Traigh Bhan is a sublime 19 year old whisky and the Distillery’s latest small batch release. Inspired by Islay’s Traigh Bhan beach (known locally as the Singing Sands), this rare aged spirit is an enchanting reflection of the place to which it owes its name.In a whisky where calm meets storm, experience seductively smooth beginnings, before powerful notes emerge in an intense crescendo. On the nose, discover elegant notes of herbal pine resin, smoky pineapple, and dark chilli chocolate.On the taste, experience a peaty power that plunges your palate into smoky depths. Like the rocks that break the surface at Traigh Bhan, the true nature of this Ardbeg emerges. Waves of toasted oak and paprika guide your palate towards a gentle finish that resonates long beyond the glass.Non chill-filtered at 46.2% ABV.About Glenmorangie 14 (from glenmorangie.com)A voluptuously silky spirit, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban is aged first in bourbon casks for smooth, fruity notes. We then finish this single malt whisky in ruby port casks to create velvety depth.Our Quinta Ruban port cask finish brings chocolate boldness to Glenmorangie's renowned smooth style. Non chill-filtered for additional aroma and mouthfeel, it is savoured all over the world.--Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

47mins

4 Oct 2019

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82: Ardbeg Islay Whisky with Travis Tidwell

The Spirit Guide Society

Travis Tidwell comes back to the Whiskey Society on this episode to chat about Ardbeg and launch the Ardbeg Drum, the first whisky from the distillery finished in rum casks. It's an episode so full of peaty deliciousness, you'll taste it through the power of the internet!--From Wikipedia:The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. In 1997 the distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (subsequently taken over by the French company LVMH on 28 December 2004) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007.The name Ardbeg is an anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic An Àird Bheag, meaning The Small Promontory.ardbeg.com--What we drank:Ardbeg Ten Year Single Malt Scotch WhiskyArdbeg An OaArdbeg UigeadailArdbeg CorryvreckanArdbeg Drum--Follow us:spiritguidesocietypodcast.comfacebook.com/spiritguidesoctwitter.com/spiritguidesocinstagram.com/spiritguidesochttps://www.youtube.com/c/SpiritGuideSociety--Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

54mins

23 Jul 2019

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46: Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Whisky with Travis Tidwell

The Spirit Guide Society

The tallest stills in Scotland have entered the podcast! Travis Tidwell, who Pedro just adores, joins us to talk about the beautifully light spirited Glenmorangie.--What we drank:Glenmorangie 10 YearGlenmorangie CadbollGlenmorangie AltaGlenmorangie AstarGlenmorangie 18 Year--Follow us:spiritguidesocietypodcast.comfacebook.com/spiritguidesoctwitter.com/spiritguidesocinstagram.com/spiritguidesochttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoO-l4Ny3QJn2Mc7445qMrg--"Samba Isobel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

53mins

21 Mar 2019

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MAS 062: Travis Tidwell

My Angular Story

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Travis Tidwell This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Travis Tidwell (Dallas, TX) who is CTO and co-founder of Form_IO! Chuck and Travis talk about his background, open source struggles, and more. Check it out! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 0:00 – Advertisement: Get A Coder Job! 0:49 – Chuck: Welcome! We had you on Episode 125. A lot has changed huh? The nice thing, though, about these changes is that we seem to be tackling different problems. 1:42 – Guest: They are stabilizing on the same on the same design patterns. I think that’s refreshing. Back in the day, everyone had their own way of doing it. It was difficult to find which one is the RIGHT one. 2:05 – Chuck: Yes, I agree. Gives us your background, please! 2:20 – Guest: I am still doing Form IO, and the co-founder and CTO of the company. My Angular Story is MY story on how the company evolved. 3:05 – Chuck: How did you get into programming? 3:09 – Guest: I am going to be 40-years old in May! I am getting up there. Everyone who I am talking to (in my age) it seems like we have the same story. We have this story of having that REALLY old computer. Parents bring home the IBM or the Commodore 64 and that really is my story. At the time, the only thing you could learn with it was to program – there weren’t any video games, etc. A book that I geeked-out about was: “DOS for Dummies.” The guest talks about his senior year in college and how he came to fall in-love with programming. 6:28 – Guest: After college, I got a job for working for a company that used C++ code. People ask: How the heck did you get into Web? My background, too, was tap dancing and in the arts. Most people don’t know that. I was giving these tap lessons to kids – and around that time YouTube was just for cat videos. At the time, I thought it would be great to teach these tap video lessons online. I found a CMS at the time that would help me with my teaching intent. Drupal took me into the frontend libraries. PHP is a backend language, and Drupal was based entirely on PHP. There was this huge paradigm-shift within my career. I really got into these tools not knowing that it would change my career. My open source has taken me to tutorial videos. Eventually, a light bulb went off and I found a solution that needed to be solved within Angular. 12:21 – Guest.  12:28 – Chuck: I love the side hustle description: I saw a need out there and we solved it! 12:40 – Guest: Side hustle is great to talk about. Open source is a bit of a struggle (at that time) it was really hard to maintain open source and providing for your family at the same time. Open source is hard b/c you work your butt off, but you aren’t getting paid for it. It’s really, really difficult. I’ve had ups-and-downs actually with open source. You have to get innovative with it. I am really big on and supportive of people who are monetizing off of open source. 14:58 – Chuck: Open source – for me – I got burned out in June. Sometimes you are putting in a lot of time and not seeing any benefit from it. You have all of these things and something changes, something is different – I can’t take another night not seeing my kids. 16:06 – Guest: You have this original motivation as an open source developer – and you build something rally cool. You share with the world, but a lot of people don’t realize the tail of it. Come to realize it worked well for you – but not for everyone! It makes your stock price go out – contributing to open source – especially if you have a popular open source library. Most of the jobs I would apply to I would just give them my GitHub repertoire. People are figuring out ways they can support themselves and monetize. The ones that can figure that out don’t burnout. 19:44 – Chuck: Babel – Henry Zhu. (See his Patreon account.) 20:08 – Guest: How does he do it? 20:20 – Chuck: It’s mostly contributions. 20:35 – Guest: I see that you are on Patreon. I urge people to go there and help support those open source people. It’s such a great thing and it’s becoming a trend. That’s one thing that drew me away from Drupal b/c at the time it had this negative connotation of monetizing on your open source. The spirit of the open source is THAT. It gives support to open source folks in order to provide for their families. 22:00 – Chuck: I talk a lot with Eric through CodeFund. It’s important to know these options. 22:24 – Guest: That is my road of open source and in creating IO. 24:01 – Chuck: You are the CTO and not the CEO. How did you wind up and forming IO? 24:15 – Guest: There were a lot of pain points. It all started with the prototype. The guest talks about the background. Travis mentions FormBuilder among other things. 30:00 – Chuck: What are you working on now? 30:05 – Guest: The Vanilla Core Renderer! It doesn’t care what framework it gets attached to. We are working on a new template engine.  31:55 – Chuck: I wish I had more time to code. 31:58 – Guest. 33:08 – Chuck: How can people find you? 33:10 – Guest: GitHub! Training YouTube Videos! Twitter! 34:56 – Fresh Books! END – CacheFly Links: jQuery Angular JavaScript Vue React Chuck’s Twitter Chuck’s E-mail: chuck@devchat.tv Travis Tidwell’s Book: Flash With Drupal “How to Build a M.E.A.N. Web Application” by Travis Tidwell Angular-Formly Angular Angular – FormBuilder Patreon Travis’ YouTube Videos Episode 125 with Travis! Travis’ LinkedIn Sponsors: Get A Coder Job Fresh Books Cache Fly Picks: Travis Technology: Minio.io T.V. Show: Rick & Morty AI Movie (listen for title) Chuck T.V. Show: Last Man Standing

40mins

28 Nov 2018

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MAS 062: Travis Tidwell

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Travis Tidwell This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Travis Tidwell (Dallas, TX) who is CTO and co-founder of Form_IO! Chuck and Travis talk about his background, open source struggles, and more. Check it out! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 0:00 – Advertisement: Get A Coder Job! 0:49 – Chuck: Welcome! We had you on Episode 125. A lot has changed huh? The nice thing, though, about these changes is that we seem to be tackling different problems. 1:42 – Guest: They are stabilizing on the same on the same design patterns. I think that’s refreshing. Back in the day, everyone had their own way of doing it. It was difficult to find which one is the RIGHT one. 2:05 – Chuck: Yes, I agree. Gives us your background, please! 2:20 – Guest: I am still doing Form IO, and the co-founder and CTO of the company. My Angular Story is MY story on how the company evolved. 3:05 – Chuck: How did you get into programming? 3:09 – Guest: I am going to be 40-years old in May! I am getting up there. Everyone who I am talking to (in my age) it seems like we have the same story. We have this story of having that REALLY old computer. Parents bring home the IBM or the Commodore 64 and that really is my story. At the time, the only thing you could learn with it was to program – there weren’t any video games, etc. A book that I geeked-out about was: “DOS for Dummies.” The guest talks about his senior year in college and how he came to fall in-love with programming. 6:28 – Guest: After college, I got a job for working for a company that used C++ code. People ask: How the heck did you get into Web? My background, too, was tap dancing and in the arts. Most people don’t know that. I was giving these tap lessons to kids – and around that time YouTube was just for cat videos. At the time, I thought it would be great to teach these tap video lessons online. I found a CMS at the time that would help me with my teaching intent. Drupal took me into the frontend libraries. PHP is a backend language, and Drupal was based entirely on PHP. There was this huge paradigm-shift within my career. I really got into these tools not knowing that it would change my career. My open source has taken me to tutorial videos. Eventually, a light bulb went off and I found a solution that needed to be solved within Angular. 12:21 – Guest.  12:28 – Chuck: I love the side hustle description: I saw a need out there and we solved it! 12:40 – Guest: Side hustle is great to talk about. Open source is a bit of a struggle (at that time) it was really hard to maintain open source and providing for your family at the same time. Open source is hard b/c you work your butt off, but you aren’t getting paid for it. It’s really, really difficult. I’ve had ups-and-downs actually with open source. You have to get innovative with it. I am really big on and supportive of people who are monetizing off of open source. 14:58 – Chuck: Open source – for me – I got burned out in June. Sometimes you are putting in a lot of time and not seeing any benefit from it. You have all of these things and something changes, something is different – I can’t take another night not seeing my kids. 16:06 – Guest: You have this original motivation as an open source developer – and you build something rally cool. You share with the world, but a lot of people don’t realize the tail of it. Come to realize it worked well for you – but not for everyone! It makes your stock price go out – contributing to open source – especially if you have a popular open source library. Most of the jobs I would apply to I would just give them my GitHub repertoire. People are figuring out ways they can support themselves and monetize. The ones that can figure that out don’t burnout. 19:44 – Chuck: Babel – Henry Zhu. (See his Patreon account.) 20:08 – Guest: How does he do it? 20:20 – Chuck: It’s mostly contributions. 20:35 – Guest: I see that you are on Patreon. I urge people to go there and help support those open source people. It’s such a great thing and it’s becoming a trend. That’s one thing that drew me away from Drupal b/c at the time it had this negative connotation of monetizing on your open source. The spirit of the open source is THAT. It gives support to open source folks in order to provide for their families. 22:00 – Chuck: I talk a lot with Eric through CodeFund. It’s important to know these options. 22:24 – Guest: That is my road of open source and in creating IO. 24:01 – Chuck: You are the CTO and not the CEO. How did you wind up and forming IO? 24:15 – Guest: There were a lot of pain points. It all started with the prototype. The guest talks about the background. Travis mentions FormBuilder among other things. 30:00 – Chuck: What are you working on now? 30:05 – Guest: The Vanilla Core Renderer! It doesn’t care what framework it gets attached to. We are working on a new template engine.  31:55 – Chuck: I wish I had more time to code. 31:58 – Guest. 33:08 – Chuck: How can people find you? 33:10 – Guest: GitHub! Training YouTube Videos! Twitter! 34:56 – Fresh Books! END – CacheFly Links: jQuery Angular JavaScript Vue React Chuck’s Twitter Chuck’s E-mail: chuck@devchat.tv Travis Tidwell’s Book: Flash With Drupal “How to Build a M.E.A.N. Web Application” by Travis Tidwell Angular-Formly Angular Angular – FormBuilder Patreon Travis’ YouTube Videos Episode 125 with Travis! Travis’ LinkedIn Sponsors: Get A Coder Job Fresh Books Cache Fly Picks: Travis Technology: Minio.io T.V. Show: Rick & Morty AI Movie (listen for title) Chuck T.V. Show: Last Man Standing

40mins

28 Nov 2018

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MAS 062: Travis Tidwell

All Angular Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Travis Tidwell This week on My Angular Story, Charles speaks with Travis Tidwell (Dallas, TX) who is CTO and co-founder of Form_IO! Chuck and Travis talk about his background, open source struggles, and more. Check it out! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 0:00 – Advertisement: Get A Coder Job! 0:49 – Chuck: Welcome! We had you on Episode 125. A lot has changed huh? The nice thing, though, about these changes is that we seem to be tackling different problems. 1:42 – Guest: They are stabilizing on the same on the same design patterns. I think that’s refreshing. Back in the day, everyone had their own way of doing it. It was difficult to find which one is the RIGHT one. 2:05 – Chuck: Yes, I agree. Gives us your background, please! 2:20 – Guest: I am still doing Form IO, and the co-founder and CTO of the company. My Angular Story is MY story on how the company evolved. 3:05 – Chuck: How did you get into programming? 3:09 – Guest: I am going to be 40-years old in May! I am getting up there. Everyone who I am talking to (in my age) it seems like we have the same story. We have this story of having that REALLY old computer. Parents bring home the IBM or the Commodore 64 and that really is my story. At the time, the only thing you could learn with it was to program – there weren’t any video games, etc. A book that I geeked-out about was: “DOS for Dummies.” The guest talks about his senior year in college and how he came to fall in-love with programming. 6:28 – Guest: After college, I got a job for working for a company that used C++ code. People ask: How the heck did you get into Web? My background, too, was tap dancing and in the arts. Most people don’t know that. I was giving these tap lessons to kids – and around that time YouTube was just for cat videos. At the time, I thought it would be great to teach these tap video lessons online. I found a CMS at the time that would help me with my teaching intent. Drupal took me into the frontend libraries. PHP is a backend language, and Drupal was based entirely on PHP. There was this huge paradigm-shift within my career. I really got into these tools not knowing that it would change my career. My open source has taken me to tutorial videos. Eventually, a light bulb went off and I found a solution that needed to be solved within Angular. 12:21 – Guest.  12:28 – Chuck: I love the side hustle description: I saw a need out there and we solved it! 12:40 – Guest: Side hustle is great to talk about. Open source is a bit of a struggle (at that time) it was really hard to maintain open source and providing for your family at the same time. Open source is hard b/c you work your butt off, but you aren’t getting paid for it. It’s really, really difficult. I’ve had ups-and-downs actually with open source. You have to get innovative with it. I am really big on and supportive of people who are monetizing off of open source. 14:58 – Chuck: Open source – for me – I got burned out in June. Sometimes you are putting in a lot of time and not seeing any benefit from it. You have all of these things and something changes, something is different – I can’t take another night not seeing my kids. 16:06 – Guest: You have this original motivation as an open source developer – and you build something rally cool. You share with the world, but a lot of people don’t realize the tail of it. Come to realize it worked well for you – but not for everyone! It makes your stock price go out – contributing to open source – especially if you have a popular open source library. Most of the jobs I would apply to I would just give them my GitHub repertoire. People are figuring out ways they can support themselves and monetize. The ones that can figure that out don’t burnout. 19:44 – Chuck: Babel – Henry Zhu. (See his Patreon account.) 20:08 – Guest: How does he do it? 20:20 – Chuck: It’s mostly contributions. 20:35 – Guest: I see that you are on Patreon. I urge people to go there and help support those open source people. It’s such a great thing and it’s becoming a trend. That’s one thing that drew me away from Drupal b/c at the time it had this negative connotation of monetizing on your open source. The spirit of the open source is THAT. It gives support to open source folks in order to provide for their families. 22:00 – Chuck: I talk a lot with Eric through CodeFund. It’s important to know these options. 22:24 – Guest: That is my road of open source and in creating IO. 24:01 – Chuck: You are the CTO and not the CEO. How did you wind up and forming IO? 24:15 – Guest: There were a lot of pain points. It all started with the prototype. The guest talks about the background. Travis mentions FormBuilder among other things. 30:00 – Chuck: What are you working on now? 30:05 – Guest: The Vanilla Core Renderer! It doesn’t care what framework it gets attached to. We are working on a new template engine.  31:55 – Chuck: I wish I had more time to code. 31:58 – Guest. 33:08 – Chuck: How can people find you? 33:10 – Guest: GitHub! Training YouTube Videos! Twitter! 34:56 – Fresh Books! END – CacheFly Links: jQuery Angular JavaScript Vue React Chuck’s Twitter Chuck’s E-mail: chuck@devchat.tv Travis Tidwell’s Book: Flash With Drupal “How to Build a M.E.A.N. Web Application” by Travis Tidwell Angular-Formly Angular Angular – FormBuilder Patreon Travis’ YouTube Videos Episode 125 with Travis! Travis’ LinkedIn Sponsors: Get A Coder Job Fresh Books Cache Fly Picks: Travis Technology: Minio.io T.V. Show: Rick & Morty AI Movie (listen for title) Chuck T.V. Show: Last Man Standing

40mins

28 Nov 2018

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AiA 125 API Powered Components for Severless Applications with Travis Tidwell

Adventures in Angular

1:25 - Introducing Travis Tidwell Form.io Blog Twitter Github 2:35 - What’s a form and why would you build one? 8:30 - Making changes to API-driven forms Swagger 13:50 - Forms and GraphQL 15:10 - Working with conditions 16:55 - Serverless applications 24:20 - Microservices, actions, and web hooks 29:15 - Are all PWA’s serverless? 31:10 - Building apps API-first instead of mobile-first 36:00- The user experience and the API-first approach 38:10 - The inspection example 42:50 - Rendering widgets using Angular https://github.com/formio/ng2-formio 46:50 - Teaching the “why” and the “how” Picks: Tools of Titans by Timothy Ferriss (Lukas) Shai Reznik’s HiRez.io (Alyssa) Shai Reznik’s AiA episodes: 046 - Prepping for NG2 040 - ng-wat Objects of Desire: Design and Society since 1750 by Adrian Forty (Ward) Moleskine notebooks (Charles) Asana (Charles) Westworld (Travis)

56mins

29 Dec 2016

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