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Vue News Monday, May 7 Ui kit, Useful library, Template literals & more…


What’s new?

  • You may find UIV as a very useful library when dealing with legacy projects written in JQuery and Bootstrap 3.
  • This UI kit provides Bootstrap 3 components implemented with Vue 2, resulting in an easy way to integrate VUE with Bootstrap and getting rid of JQuery without introducing too much noise in the UI and saving programming efforts at the same time.
  • Dependencies only Vue Bootstrap CSS.
  • NPM – $ npm install uiv –save – – – Browsers – You can load install UIV package directly in browsers.
  • For example: – – – Vue.use(uiv, {prefix: ‘uiv’}) – – – Bootstrap 3 UI Components Available – As of April 2018, these are the UI components available in this browsers supported by Vue 2 and Bootstrap 3 CSS are supposed to be also supported by this library.

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  • 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: -…

Tags: template literals, arrow functions, Vuex state properties, Vue configuration object,


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  • A common constraint in component-based frameworks like Vue.js is that each component has to have a single root element.
  • This means that everything in a particular component has to descend from a single element, like this: – – Try to build a component with a template like this: – – and you will get the dreaded error: Component template should contain exactly one root element.
  • Logically, they were a single component, but I couldn’t just wrap them in a wrapper because elements need to be direct descendants of a to work properly.
  • For simplicity, I wrote each of my paired elements as its own single-file component, and then simply wrapped them in a functional component that passed along props to both of them.
  • and are standard Vue single file components, each with a element as the root.

Tags: single root element, template rendering mechanism, component, abstract syntax tree, awesome Front-end News


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