Front-end hosts: Xinbao Otto, Liuwei Franky, Xiaobaicai
Portable for students
"Web Worker" is an audio podcast program where several front-end programmers chat. The program will chat about the programmer's field, workplace, information, technology selection... Anything related to web development can be discussed. Because the hosts are front-end programmers, they will approach it from a front-end perspective.
02:15 opening, it's been a long time since we recorded a podcast together.
06:35 Thinking behind the website, why make this website, and the technology stack and selection considerations behind the website. Initial version uses React + TailwindCSS + useContext for state management. Considering using jotai to maintain state.
09:00 Start talking about state management in Web Apps, host Liuwei talks about Angular's DI container. Redux/RxJS/Pinia/TimeTravel
16:25 As an open-source project with 8.8k Stars, it has been planned and developed for two or three years, and there are interesting stories behind it. External traffic is higher than official traffic.
23:25 Start doing SEO and related optimizations, such as filing, meta tag optimization, proactive registration and submission. Interesting stories and techniques behind it.
31:25 Tap water appears more on Xiaohongshu, the focus is not on technical vocabulary, but on CET-4, CET-6, TOEFL, and IELTS. Use MixPanel for better tracking. Related thoughts behind it.
38:00 Discussing the thinking behind product refactoring and iteration, hosts and guests participate in the discussion.
41:45 Who is involved in maintenance, looking for more open-source enthusiasts to participate in development, what can both junior and senior programmers do.
44:10 Distribution of energy investment in coding, operations, and QA at different stages. Developing a wpm (words per minute) leaderboard is a bit difficult. Looking forward to future iterations, current operational status.
54:00 Kaiyiwing has been coding for a long time, talking about his experiences and thoughts as a seasoned developer. Beginner learning, such as digging into books on Juejin, online courses, official documentation. Start writing projects immediately. If you have your own ideas, you can go beyond traditional directions.
61:35 Easter egg content, Kaiyiwing did something with OpenAI's ChatGPT, specifically...