Vue.js

Stack Overflow 2019 Survey – PHP Loses & Microsoft Wins

Each year since 2011, Stack Overflow has been conducting a global developer survey. Their questions range from what position you occupy and the languages you use to your life outside of work. This year’s results are in and I’ll be sharing some interesting takeaways with you that I’ve noticed while reading through it. 🧐 Interpreting …

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Angular vs React vs Vue – A Framework Comparison

As a frontend developer, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the big three: Angular, React and Vue. These days, it’s hard to come across a project that doesn’t use one of them. As per usual, the developer is plagued with the decision of choosing one over the other. Particularly as a beginner, this can be a daunting …

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Understanding The Nuxt.js Folder Structure – The Basics

Building a Vue app is fun, right? And it just got better with Nuxt.js, which is a another framework for Vue.js (frameworkception?! 🤭). Its main purpose is to create a more streamlined development process. It’s particularly powerful for creating a universal, static generated or single page application. In case you aren’t familiar with these first …

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Server Side Rendering And Pre-Rendering With Nuxt.js

In my previous article titled Single Page Applications vs. Multi Page Applications, I discussed the tradeoffs using each type of application. One major drawback to using SPAs is that they aren’t particularly Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) friendly. This makes it hard for search engines such as Google to index them. Fortunately, two methods have been …

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Vue.js Form Validation With Vuelidate – An Introduction

Form Validation is one of those icky subjects that doesn’t tickle my fancy and I’m quite certain many others feel the same way. While Vue.js enables you to implement form validation on your own, it can quickly become a hot mess the more fields and the more complex your validations become. But don’t worry! Vuelidate …

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Drag And Drop In Vue.js With Vue.Draggable

Adding some drag and drop functionality to an application can greatly enhance the user experience. However, creating such a feature from scratch on your own may pose a significant challenge. Fortunately, there are a few libraries that make this task as easy as pie. Thank God for those hard working bees 🐝. In this article, …

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Introduction To Vuex And State Management

This article provides you a quick and high-level understanding of how Vuex works. State Management can be a hard topic to grasp at first. However, once you start building larger applications with more components, you’ll realise that it is an indispensable tool in many of your projects. Fortunately, I have found Vuex’s implementation of Flux …

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