HTTP 203

HTTP 203

developers.google.com/web/shows/http203/podcast
Where Surma and Jake occasionally talk web.


Observables, board games, and ‘Artechulate’
Jan 21 • 60 min
Also, top fashion and career advice.
It takes two to tangent
Dec 19, 2019 • 67 min
Also cache invalidation, server rendering, and learning curves.
Stability, TODOs, and the HTTP 203 census
Oct 17, 2019 • 60 min
Also how do you do TODO?
The block-drop-n-swap
Sep 2, 2019 • 75 min
Also, font loading, feature phones, and webpack vs Rollup.
Chatting Edge & CSS with Greg Whitworth
May 21, 2019 • 47 min
Also, PROXX, forms, and auto.
Performance, trailers, and dentistry mishaps
May 1, 2019 • 65 min
Also camping, compositing, and building games.
Rotating an image… TO THE EXTREME
Feb 20, 2019 • 67 min
Also clip-path, bread, and urinals again.
When laptops go bad… ON STAGE
Dec 19, 2018 • 78 min
Also share target, shadow parts, and streams.
Stress, canvas, and jam
Nov 7, 2018 • 56 min
Also zombie optimizations and alphabets
Transforming, transpiling, and urinaling
Sep 11, 2018 • 58 min
Also page-lifecycle, WASM, and massages.
CORB, BroadcastChannel, and the resting Switch face
Aug 7, 2018 • 33 min
Also spices, screen-touchers, and lasers.
I/O chat with Vinamrata Singal and Eric Bidelman
Aug 1, 2018 • 18 min
Lighthouse and automation.
I/O chat with Sathya Gunasekaran and Mathias Bynens
Jul 25, 2018 • 22 min
Exciting things appearing in V8.
I/O chat with Martin Splitt
Jul 23, 2018 • 16 min
Making search and JavaScript better friends.
I/O chat with Emily Schechter and Chris Palmer
Jul 16, 2018 • 14 min
Making Chrome secure.
I/O chat with Paul Irish and Jason Miller
Jul 10, 2018 • 19 min
What’s new in DevTools.
I/O chat with Ewa Gasperowicz
Jun 18, 2018 • 15 min
Getting performance right.
I/O chat with Darin Fisher
Jun 12, 2018 • 13 min
How Chrome began.
I/O chat with Mariko Kosaka
Jun 5, 2018 • 22 min
How we got started on the web.
I/O chat with Rob “the bobdod” Dodson
May 28, 2018 • 14 min
Shipping new a11y features.
I/O chat with Monica Dinculescu
May 22, 2018 • 15 min
Informative mouth-words.
I/O chat with Dion Almaer & Ben Galbraith
May 20, 2018 • 29 min
The state of the union of the web.
Smooshes, WASMs, and conversational call stacks
Apr 16, 2018 • 52 min
Also quizzes, privilege, and screen readers.
Cooties, symbols, and shaders
Mar 14, 2018 • 58 min
Also webpack + workers, observables, and resize observers.
EventTarget, imports, and nudists
Jan 23, 2018 • 50 min
Also 120hz screens, JSON vs HTML, and a fox.
Twelve things for 2018
Dec 13, 2017 • 25 min
With a limit of two minutes per topic.
WebRTC again, and about:blank weirdness
Dec 7, 2017 • 16 min
WebRTC again, and about:blank weirdness.
Web-whispers and sleepy thoughts
Nov 21, 2017 • 51 min
Iframes, WeakMaps, and WebRTC.
Wet Nose Cough
Oct 5, 2017 • 62 min
Viewports and message ports.
A is for Effort
Sep 5, 2017 • 64 min
Alarms, upcoming CSS stuff, impostor syndrome, and the death of Flash.
Slippers and chips
Jul 27, 2017 • 66 min
Custom elements, matrices, TypeScript, and omg Paul is leaving
Quizzing, animating, and canceling
Feb 28, 2017 • 47 min
Jake is worse at quizzes than Paul.
Legs, Wasps, and Eventually Some Web Stuff.
Jan 16, 2017 • 45 min
Paul’s been booting frameworks, and unfortunately Jake connected his brain to Twitter
Springy CSS, Storage, and Bisecting.
Jul 2, 2016 • 59 min
Paul has been playing with springy animations in the Safari Tech Preview, and Jake loves pubs that are also… windmills?
Promises, Mistakes, and Door Handles
Feb 23, 2016 • 52 min
“Jake’s discovered display: contents, while Paul is concerned about people microbenchmarking ES2015 features.”
Poetry and Delegated Event Listeners
Oct 23, 2015 • 32 min
Jake brings his A+ poetry game, and Paul muses over the performance implications of event delegation.
CORS, Forced Layouts, and Raptor Kebab Shops.
Oct 5, 2015 • 30 min
Why does nobody seem to include CORS headers on their files? And can Paul answer Jake’s dreaded CORS pre-flight quiz?
Making Burgers and Maintainable Code
Sep 19, 2015 • 30 min
How can writing code be like making a burger? Turns out, by the power of weird segues, it can!