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  1. JS Party #87: Websites should work without JS. Yep? Nope? the Short-Skulls vs the Fer-Balls |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

    We’re trying a brand new segment called YepNope, wherein your intrepid panelists engage in a lively debate around a premise. In this debate, Feross and KBall argue that websites should work without requiring JS and Divya and Chris say, “Nah!” Please let us know if you like this style episode! We had fun recording it, b…

    https://changelog.com/jsparty/87

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  2. Offline Web Experiences with Jeremy Keith «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Why should we plan for offline? How can service workers help? Developer and author Jeremy Keith dives into the whys and hows of building good offline web experiences.

    https://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/offline-web-experiences

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  3. Episode 026 - Design, neat

    In this episode, we’re joined by Julie Horvath, a Design Lead at Apple to help us talk about design. We discuss ways to help improve the collaboration between designers and frontend developers. Julie shares her perspective on building great user experiences for low-bandwidth internet speeds and how taking a progressive enhancement approach can be beneficial to the user.

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  4. Is it OK to build websites that require JavaScript? with Nolan Lawson on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers

    The Hanselminutes Podcast by Scott Hanselman

    Nolan Lawson sparked a niche debate with his statement "In 2016, it’s okay to build a website that doesn’t work without JavaScript." In this show Nolan explains what he meant by this, and dissects the concept of Progressive Enhancement in web apps today. Where will the next billion web surfers come from and what do their apps look like?

    http://hanselminutes.com/560/is-it-ok-to-build-websites-that-require-javascript-with-nolan-lawson

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  5. 030: Content For All with Aaron Gustafson – User Defenders : UX Design Podcast

    Aaron Gustafson inspires us to build a web where content is accessible to all people. He encourages us to keep an open mind about perspectives that are different than our own. He motivates us to keep focused on context when it comes to the users we’re designing for. He also challenges us to plant seeds of growth in others by making ourselves available and open to new opportunities.

    Aaron Gustafson is passionate about web standards and accessibility as would be expected from a former manager of the Web Standards Project. In his two decades working on the Web, he’s worked with companies such as Happy Cog, Major League Baseball, McAfee and The New York Times. He joined Microsoft as a web standards advocate to work closely with their browser team. He loves sharing his knowledge through writing. His three-part series on progressive enhancement for A List Apart is a perennial favorite and his seminal book on the subject, Adaptive Web Design, has earned him numerous accolades and honors. When he’s not writing, he’s probably on the road presenting at conferences and running workshops across the globe. He is a longtime member of Rosenfeld Media’s “experts” group and former technical editor for A List Apart. He and his wife also brokered and produced the DVD release of Drawing Flies which was also produced by Kevin Smith (of Clerks fame who also happens to be a fellow comic book nerd).

    http://userdefenders.com/podcast/030-content-for-all-with-aaron-gustafson/

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  6. The Web Platform Podcast : 111 Extensible Web Components

    A weekly show that dives deep into all things web from the developers building the platform today.

    Jeremy Keith (@adactio), web guru & co-founder of ClearLeft, talks with us about the potential pitfalls and hopes on Progressive Enhancement with Web Components.

    http://thewebplatformpodcast.com/111-extensible-web-components

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  7. Preserving the Architecture of the Web with Stefan Tilkov | The Web Ahead

    There’s a lot of pressure these days to use a JavaScript framework to create every website. “Which one is best?” people ask, “Which one should I use?” Stefan Tilkov joins Jen Simmons to talk about the architectural style of the web, and how to understand to best create an application on the web. What is the role of each of the technologies available?

    http://www.thewebahead.net/116

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