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Vue News Monday, March 12 Yandex translate api, Root component, Sean t. larkin & more…

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  • Before we start writing code for this component, I want us to quickly explore the Yandex Translate API and retrieve a free key if you haven’t already done that because it’s essential to the further parts of this project.
  • After creating an account with Yandex : – – You will be able to create a free key : – – The root component doesn’t need so much so we will only write a few lines in which we would plug in the translate component as a custom tag :…
  • Let’s pull in and a small wrapper for integrating to : – – To actually use and , we need to import and use them into the file : – – Now that we have set up , we can request for the object of supported languages and their codes…
  • From the earlier section above, we know that the root component has to handle three events emitted by the translate component: – – Let’s write the methods to handle these respectively: – – This handler receives a value from the translate component and updates the value of the variable with…
  • Lastly, behold the method for handling click events to the submit button of the translate component: – – This handler simply updates the variable with the value of the parameter received from the translate component, then it translates the text by calling the method.

Tags: Yandex Translate API, root component, , ,

  • { – name: webpack-4-quickstart, – version: 1.0.0, – description: Webpack 4 tutorial: VueJs starter-kit, from 0 Conf to Production Mode, – main: index.js, – scripts: { – start: cross-env NODE_ENV=development webpack-dev-server –inline –hot, – dev: webpack –mode development, – build: webpack –mode production, – test: node_modules/.
  • true : false; – }const buildingForLocal = () = { – return (NODE_ENV === ‘development’); – };const setPublicPath = () = { – let env = NODE_ENV; – if (env === ‘production’) { – return } else if (env === ‘staging’) { – return } else { – return ‘/’;…
  • ‘development’ : ‘production’, – devServer: { – historyApiFallback: true, – noInfo: false – }, – plugins: [ – extractHTML, – // extractCSS, – new webpack.DefinePlugin({ – ‘process.env’: { – isStaging: (NODE_ENV === ‘development’ || NODE_ENV === ‘staging’), – NODE_ENV: ”+NODE_ENV+” – } – }) – ], – module: { -…
  • extractCSS.extract({ – fallback: style-loader, – use: [‘css-loader’, ‘autoprefixer-loader’, ‘sass-loader’] – }) : – [{ – loader: style-loader // creates style nodes from JS strings – }, { – loader: css-loader // translates CSS into CommonJS – }, { – loader: sass-loader // compiles Sass to CSS – }] – },…
  • // extractCSS.extract({ – // fallback: style-loader, – // use: [‘css-loader’, ‘autoprefixer-loader’, ‘sass-loader’] – // }) : – [{ – loader: style-loader // creates style nodes from JS strings – }, { – loader: css-loader // translates CSS into CommonJS – }, { – loader: sass-loader // compiles Sass to CSS…

Tags: Sean T. Larkin, loader, webpack, test, config object

  • One of the great features of Vue.js is that you can easily access data properties, computed properties and methods as from within the context of the Vue configuration object.
  • In the computed property, we need to declare a variable so this value can be used in the callback: – – An arrow function uses the object from the enclosing context.
  • In this case, it’s from the computed property, which has the Vue object bound to , which simplifies the callback: – – While arrow functions can be used effectively in many situations, it doesn’t mean we should use them all the time when developing Vue.
  • Indeed, you should never use arrow functions as function properties on Vue configuration object as these need access to the context from the Vue constructor.
  • For example: – – Vuex provides the function which returns an object with all the Vuex state properties that you specify by providing their keys: – – Using in conjunction with the spread operator, we can combine local computed properties with those from Vuex in a very succinct way: -…

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