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New Web APIs, CSS, Tailwind, and RSC with Chance Strickland, Ben Lesh, Adam Rackis, and Tracy Lee

Tracy Lee, Adam Rackis, and Ben Lesh host special guest Chance Strickland to discuss topics around new web APIs, CSS, Tailwind, and react server components.

They go into detail about a new web API that allows the implementation of dark mode to be really easy, and get excited about how many of these new APIs open up new possibilities for creating user-friendly interfaces that adapt to individual preferences.

Chance is curious about the implementation of React Server Components, and how RSCs will be implemented across the React world, and what the implementations will ultimately look like and how wildly different they may be from company to company. Will a standard emerge?

Chance also shares his excitement for advancements in CSS and the ability to achieve complex effects with simpler code. And of course, they don’t miss the chance to talk about Tailwind’s tradeoffs and advantages.

The four of them emphasize the importance of staying curious and constantly seeking better ways to approach coding tasks. This mindset is crucial in an ever-evolving field like web development. By embracing new technologies and staying open to learning, developers can stay ahead of the curve and deliver exceptional results.

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