In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Steve Ruiz about how he built tldraw, how he manages state, what was done to support mobile, and more.
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- 00:34 Welcome
- 03:23 Who is Steve Ruiz?
- Steve Ruiz
- 04:45 What is tldraw and what was your inspiration for it?
- tldraw on GitHub
- 11:04 Why didn't you use canvas?
- 16:15 How do you make an algorithm?
- Perfect Free Hand
- 19:33 Do you use pointer events?
- 23:44 What are you using to manage state?
- 29:42 How do you handle zooming?
- Creating Zoom UI
- 32:28 Where do you store the data for tldraw?
- Project Fugu
- 37:08 Why use indexdb?
- 38:05 Sponsor: Gatsby
- 39:49 How difficult was it to make it work on mobile?
- React Use Gesture
- 41:59 Does it work offline?
- 43:25 Supper Club Questions
- Monokai Pro
- Framer Classic
- Hacker News
- One Lone Coder on YouTube
- Displaced Gamer
- Coding Secrets
- 52:28 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××
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- Steve: tldraw.dev