Build Resumable Apps with Qwik



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Qwik lets us build "resumable apps" by requiring nearly zero JavaScript for pages to become interactive + fine-grained lazy loading to only load what's used. Miško Hevery will teach us how to get started.

0:00:00 - Welcome
0:00:34 - Guest introduction
0:09:17 - How do you describe what Qwik does?
0:17:59 - Closures vs functions
0:23:14 - Does HTML size increase?
0:28:30 - Is there a way to manage latency for mobile browsers?
0:37:53 - How do I get started building with Qwik?
0:44:15 - Is the listener declared in the HTML input itself?
1:00:29 - Starting from scratch
1:20:02 - Checking out the Network tab
1:23:16 - Is there a router shipped with Qwik?
1:28:03 - Where to find out more


Links

* Repo: https://github.com/learnwithjason/resumable-apps-qwik

- https://partytown.builder.io/

- https://github.com/BuilderIO/qwik

- https://qwik.builder.io/guide/overview

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This episode was sponsored by:
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- Nx (https://lwj.dev/nx)
- Backlight (https://lwj.dev/backlight)

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