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  • Code Splitting With Vue.js And Webpack
    • The longer it takes for your app to load, the more frustrating it’s for the user, especially on mobile. In this article I’ll show you how to ‘code split’ a Vue.js app with Webpack so users can see and interact with your app much quicker.
    • code splitting, single page app, Vue.js app, ,
  • Vue.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Nov 2017)
    • For the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 700 Vue articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (1.3% chance).
    • ui lib implement, Github, Vue articles, Mybridge AI,
  • Build CRUD operations in SPA using Vue.js, .NET Core 2.0 and Azure Cosmos DB
    • Storing data is key aspect of every application out there. Learn how to use Azure Cosmos DB with .NET Core to deliver CRUD operation capabilities to application of any kind, and how to handle those operations in real time on front-end using Vue.js.
    • div, div v-else class, div class, todo,
  • 8 React conditional rendering methods –
    • Esteban covers 8 conditional rendering methods in React and concludes that the ternary operator isn’t always the way to go.
    • complete fiddle, conditional rendering, ternary operator, component, conditional expressions
  • Scroller Component for Vue.js
    • Scroller Component for Vue.js in Laravel, Laravel & VueJs, VueJs
    • Vue Scroller, foundational component, smooth scrolling, Vonic UI, infinite loading
  • The key to code splitting a Vue.js app is async components.
  • This function has two notable features: – – Async components are the first step for code splitting because we now have a mechanism for abstracting sections of our apps code.
  • Say we abstract our component definition into an ES6 module file: – – How could we get our Vue.js app to load this?
  • On the initial load the page will be rendered as: – – When main.js runs it will initiate a request for the async component module (this happens automatically because Webpacks implementation includes code that will load the module with AJAX!)
  • If the AJAX call is successful and the module is returned, the Promise resolves and the component can be rendered, so Vue will now re-render the page: – – Heres a diagram to help you visualise it: – – The idiosyncratic way to achieve code splitting in Vue, however, is…

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  • Vue.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Nov2017)For the past month, weve ranked nearly 700 Vue articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (1.3% chance).
  • Mybridge website is now built with Vue.JS 2.
  • We moved from Angular 1.
  • x to improve the performance and make the sitelighter!News of themonthTopics in this list: Budget Manager, State of Vue.js, ReactiveConf 2017, Guestbook, Vuex Plugins, SEO for Vue.js, Blog, Server-side RenderingJavaScript, React, Node, Angular are posted separately: HereVue.JS Top 10 for the previous month: HereOpen source of the month is included…
  • This is a competitive list and youll find the experience and techniques shared by the Vue.JS leaders useful.

Tags: ui lib implement, Github, Vue articles, Mybridge AI,

  • NET Core to deliver CRUD operation capabilities to application of any kind, and how to handle those operations in real time on front-end using Vue.js.
  • Cosmos DB is one of available Azure PaaS (Platform as a Service) databases.
  • Cosmos DB is simply said a document database which stores its data in JSON format.
  • Those APIs include – – Biggest advantage of using databases like Cosmos DB is that they will scale better than databases but also offer great pay as you go model which means for small applications the cost is much lower than the one of full-fledged database.
  • Next step is to create a web app backbone that will allow for creation of new to-do items and a web api that will handle the request.

Tags: div, div v-else class, div class, todo,

  • This tutorial covers the most popular conditional renderings methods: – If/ElsePrevent rendering with nullElement variablesTernary operatorShort-circuit operator ( )Immediately-Invoked Function Expressions (IIFE)SubcomponentsHigh Order Components (HOCs)As an example of how all these methods work, a component with a view/edit functionality will be implemented: – You can try and fork all the…
  • So lets simplify it by extracting all the conditional logic to two render methods, one to render the input box and another one to render the button: – Heres the complete fiddle to try it out: – Notice that the method renderInputField returns an empty div element when the app…
  • Back to our example, change the renderInputField method to look like this: – Heres the complete fiddle: – One advantage of returning null instead of an empty element is that youll improve a little bit the performance of your app because React wont have to unmount the component to replace…
  • Im going to remove renderInputField and renderButton and in the render method, Im going to add a variable to know if the component is in view or edit mode: – Now you can use the ternary operator to return `null` if the `view` mode is set, or the input field…
  • /span/IfThese libraries provide more advanced components, but if we need something like a simple if/else, we can do something like what Michael J. Ryan showed in one of the comments of this issue: – Heres the complete fiddle: – Higher-order componentsA higher-order component (HOC) is a function that that takes…

Tags: complete fiddle, conditional rendering, ternary operator, component, conditional expressions

  • Vue Scroller is a foundational component of Vonic UI.
  • For vue 1.0, please refer to branch v1.

Tags: Vue Scroller, foundational component, smooth scrolling, Vonic UI, infinite loading

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