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A significant productivity milestone in my programming career was learning to debug correctly.
They do tell you it's important at school. But like programming, you won't get better unless you put in the hours.
Debugging happens at all stages of the dev cycle. Be it when you develop from scratch, maintain or refactor code, you'll need to debug.
We will mainly use Vue.js in this post, but some of the tips are broad enough to apply in any dev context, even to life if you squint hard enough.
Ecommerce web applications offer a whole range of new opportunities to business; it helps businesses reduce the costs and can do with fewer overheads & fewer Risks; e-commerce is more comfortable & more Convenient.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a "heart clicker" interaction/game!
This article is an extension of the info present in the
README.md file and focuses on the explanation of various code snippets from this application. This article assumes that you've already read through the
This kit uses Node JS worker threads to create new quiz rooms so various people can host their quizzes independently.
In this article, we'll see how to use Airtable to store realtime messages using a group chat app as an example. We'll use Ably's realtime infrastructure to power the chat app and make use of WebHooks to publish messages to Airtable directly in the correct order from Ably.
Vue JS is a very progressive framework for building user interfaces created by Evan you and some community lovers with more than 121,000 stars on GitHub. It consists of an approachable core library that focuses on the view layer only, and an ecosystem of supporting libraries that helps you tackle complexity in large Single-Page Applications. In this post, you will be introduced to an exciting concept, filters which will help you build mastery in presenting data in Vue JS.
VueJS ecosystem has form validation libraries like vuelidate and VeeValidate. These libraries are great, but I would like to show you an alternative way of handling validations using a schema-based validation library called yup.
Learn how to render lists of items without repeating your code structure and how to work with conditional rendering items and event handling. Containing all you need to know to get started with Vue.js, this book will take you through using build tools (transpile to ES5), creating custom components, state management, and routers.
With Getting to Know Vue.js, you'll see how to combine reusable code with custom components, allowing you to create snippets of reusable code to suit your specific business needs. You'll also explore how to use Single File Components and the Vue.js Command Line Interface (CLI) to build components in a single file and add in build tools as you see fit.
The goal of this course is to teach you the fundamentals to make Vue.js components that are simpler, more flexible and most of all fun to build and use!This course is the fastest way to get up to speed with advanced Vue.js concepts and is guarantueed to jump start your learning.
The book begins with a brief overview of Vue.js. You’ll learn to work your way through the Vue command line interface CLI 3, and use the Vue Router library to navigate between the different views of your application. As you advance through the topics, you’ll explore the use of DevTools to improve the quality of your applications and how to implement server-side rendering in your application through the Nuxt.js framework. Toward the end of the book, you’ll read about the future of Vue.js and its growing popularity.
This ebook helps you get the philosophy of Vue 3 (currently 3.0.6), the new tools (like ES2015, TypeScript, Vue CLI...), the essential libraries (vue-router, @vue/test-utils, axios...), and each part of the framework in a pragmatic way. You will be able to kickstart your project by the end of the reading, and build your amazing apps!