] Joel starts off by saying it's an exciting time for the
project with all the changes going on and he discusses some of these
changes. He also talks about why View Component is not going to be in
Rails 6.1 and is that a good thing or bad thing?
] Joel talks about having 126 components and goes into
further detail about them. Primer Design System and App Directory are
mentioned. He also goes more in depth about the different forms in the
] Andrew asks Joel to explain what are some things you should
use components for and what are some things you should not?
] Chris mentions how there is some kind of organizing
stimulus controllers with a component, but he wonders how does Joel look
] Joel mentions although it's been nerve wrecking for him to
work on this project, he makes it very clear that he's been phenomenally
well supported by several people who are mentoring him. There are also
so many people that are working with him internally and providing so
much support and guidance, which helps to create this welcoming
] Joel makes a comment that for an Open Source project, one
of the best gifts anyone from the community can give him is a failing
test. Find out why.
] Andrew asks Joel what's next for View Component and if he
had a dream of something it could become, what is next?
] Joel makes a great point by saying that the reason we need
to Open Source the components we are working on is that we learn so much
more from actual complex examples. Why is this?
] Joel makes a point to say that the most important skill for
a Rails engineer to have is good data modeling and understanding good
database design. He gives a shout out to the "High Scalability" site
that has done more for Joel's success in engineering interviews than any
] Joel has some final inspiring words about how much better
off humanity would be if we were all working on these problems together
and this is what Open Source is all about. It's about sharing what we're
learning with other people. Andrew also chimes in with some good advice.
] Joel wraps it up with one final thing to say about the
project and Andrew gives a homework assignment to those listening.