About the series Communication in Vue.js is one of the first topics you’ll have to learn about. I came from writing Rails front-ends mostly server side rendered and using a little bit of jQuery here and there when I was starting to write Vue.js code. … more
This is a code heavy article showing some very good basic on the use of Vue.
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Font Awesome is a great collection of Free ICONS but customizing them to look pretty for your application has been tedious. The website has been written using Vue.JS as one of its components. It is a great example of how Vue.JS can make the user interface look and perform “awesome”. Give it a test drive at the following link. I used it today for a handful of Blueish 128 pixel square ICONS for a quick project.
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Vue apps are a joy to write, and often fairly easy to debug. But do you know what would make debugging better? A dedicated way to hook into Vue apps and manipulate them from your browser’s devtools. What? Such a thing already exists? Oh. Well then. I … more
The Alligator knows these things. I trust the Alligator to tell me things about kits like Angular, Ionic and Vue. I was an Angular fanboy right up until the Version 2.0 “Let’s rewrite everything”, now they have gone right to version 4.0, kinda make me wonder. Then I was a React wannabe trying my best to muddle my way through it. Then a very wise person by the name of Chris, you know who you are, educated me about Vue.JS and now I at the point of where “I don’t suck at it” anymore. I have a long way to go to be using it professionally. I did have some questions about how do I look at my components in tree format like the DOM in the browser debugger? Your page changes over time, is there a time machine that I can roll back time and see what the page looked like? There is! Yea!!!
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TherModern Application Stack – Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack introduced the technologies making up the MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, Node.js) and MERN (MongoDB, Express, React, Node.js) Stacks, why you might want to use them, and how to combine them to build your web application (or your native mobile or desktop app). The remainder of…
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There has been some discontent when the migration from Angular 1/1.5 to Angular 2.o actually became a rewrite. I switched to React after seeing some very convincing presentations and talking with some somewhat rabid developers. I am also looking at Vue as a replacement for the Angular / React part of the full stack. I wonder how long it will be before we see the MEVN stack being discussed.