AWS Amplify’s value proposition is very attractive. In this episode, we talk about that promise and our first-time experience using it while also delving into the Zeigarnik effect and its contribution to this experience.
Episode 5: Somebody needs to do a friction log on Epic versus Apple though
A fun side conversation on Epic's attack against the Apple App Store rules. In this episode, we share our experiences as mobile developers in an Apple world, ponder what Epic is thinking, and ask the question: "Should we do a friction log on this?".
Episode 4: In react the convention is that there are no conventions
We are back with another piece of the stack that powers the Friction Log website: NextJS. In this episode, Cesar interviews Rick’s Log, and they also discuss the speed of applications using the Doherty Threshold as a baseline.
In this episode, Rick interviews Cesar on his first time experience with Vercel (formerly known as Zeit). We also talk about the Visibility of System Status heuristic and why that's so important for a SaaS like Vercel.