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    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
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  • Step-by-Step: A Simple Vue.js App – Warren Francis –
    • Let’s build an app! It’s going to be simple and I’ll do a lot of explaining — a kind of Vue.js show-and-tell, for newbies. If all goes well, you’ll learn how Vue sees the world, feel inspired to…
    • JavaScript file, Simple Vue.js App, new Vue instance, single-user voting app, Vue event listeners
  • Parsing raw html in reactnative the right way – Technoetics –
    • Recently I was making an app for allowing users to read stories on their topics of interest even when they are offline.Now in some of this stories the text was sometimes in italics and bold to show…
    • raw html, react native markdown, html elements, json files, highlight important points
  • The TOAST UI Chart guarantees an identical look for all browsers.
  • The TOAST UI Chart will continue to support legacy browsers as MIT license No wonder the other open source charts stop supporting legacy browsers.
  • The TOAST UI Chart is an open source JavaScript library that can be used in legacy browsers including IE8.
  • The TOAST UI Chart provides many kinds of charts to visualize the various form of data.
  • The TOAST UI Chart can be used by creating an instance with the constructor function.

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  • For starters, you now have a JavaScript file, where you created a new Vue instance and passed it a configuration object.
  • After this step, the contents of your files should match this: – Step 4Looking at the JavaScript first, youve added a new entry to the Vue instances configuration object: methods.
  • Youll also define a method that the event listener can call, which will grab the inputs text from the event, build a new framework object, add it to the list, then clear the input.
  • So, you can use event.target.value as the framework name when you build the new object for pushing onto the frameworks list, and you can set event.target.value to the empty string when youre done, to start fresh for the next entry.
  • In the JavaScript, that remove function works by filtering frameworks to only include things that arent f. – Step 7: Persistence Using LocalStorageCurrently, each time you refresh the page, you reset the apps state to the hard-coded framework list.

Tags: JavaScript file, Simple Vue.js App, new Vue instance, single-user voting app, Vue event listeners

  • Parsing raw html in reactnative the rightwayRecently I was making an app for allowing users to read stories on their topics of interest even when they are offline.Now in some of this stories the text was sometimes in italics and bold to show highlight important points and even for names…
  • But I wanted to use native components to display my markup since my content was to be nested with other views and webview was not able to render raw html with padding on both sides within a scrollview.Additionally I wanted control over the font size of all html elements.I came…
  • Lets get started with implementation first – First you need to install react-native-htmlview: – npm install –save react-native-htmlviewImport the module and pass raw html as follows: – import HTMLView from value={stories} – stylesheet={htmlstyles} – onLinkPress={(url) = console.log(‘clicked link: ‘, url)} – /Here stories is a variable that contains your raw…
  • Now each story was about 300600 words long and I tried to render it using react native markdown modules like react-native-markdown and the rendering time was terrible and my app crashed unexpectedly so I gave up that option and switch to raw html.Also I used json files directly for offline…
  • Bonus Tip: – If you like to convert articles from rich text to raw html in the backend/content management side you can use react-rte module if your cms is in reactjs.

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