Every time I talk to a recent grad I hear a variation of the phrase, “I know how to code, I can code in anything.” This is, on the surface, true for some bits like boolean logic and loops. Where it starts to fail for me is when I need to leverage a language’s ecosystem.…
I have learned to respect the learning curve on any new “Language”. I appreciate the YouVideo and subscription to Udemy that I have. It still takes time, more time than getting on a bicycle after 10 years.
I now know twelve languages and the last two took almost as much time as the first ten.
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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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Making HTTP requests is a core functionality for modern languages and one of the first things many developers learn when acclimating to new environments. When it comes to Node.js there are a fair amount of solutions to this problem both built into the … more
If you’re using Node to develop applications or servers you will need to handle HTTP requests. The standard Node HTTP library is good but there are some options including promises, Super Agent and Ajax to name a few. While it’s not rocket science this article comes from the experiences with NASA.
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It takes a few libraries to create dashboards that look like
Gridster.JS is a jQuery plugin that when combined with Chart.JS to create the charts and jsPDF to snapshot the page into a PDF file you can build a custom dashboard quickly. If you have used Tableau or Microsofts Power BI and wondered, “Could I write something like this in code for a specific solution”, me thinks the answer is “Yes”.