Vue News Sunday, March 11 Minimum viable product, Non-js languages, Visual studio code & more…
Vue News TLDR / Table of Contents
- Sorry Brendan, I love JS but I have some other ideas too.
- minimum viable product, non-JS languages, Framework Class Library, compiler target, .NET Framework
- Getting Started: Vue.js and Visual Studio Code – Daniel Cook –
- Web development in 2018 can feel like it is moving at supersonic speed. For a new developer who is coming at building their own web site for the first time it can be confusing to know exactly where…
- Visual Studio Code, web application, , ,
- Generate authorized-short-living URLs in rails
- A simple way to generate authorized, short-living URLs in rails using JWT
- on-the-fly generated file, client app, client app request, save file dialog, short living URL
- NET Framework I was honestly amazed.
- WebAssembly produced a great MVP but for WASM to really take off I would say that this issue is the most important.
- This issue describes interoperability with existing ES modules and giving WASM access to the Web APIs everyone knows and loves.
- With this, you could feasibly write a web app in any language*.
- Should WASM stick to doing math, or should the web get its own Framework Class Library?
- This will launch VSCode in the current directory, VSCode is a folder-based editor, it does not require project files like some larger IDEs such as visual studio.
- You should also have received a recommendation popup from VSCode prompting you to install the Vetur extension.
- Vetur is an amazing extension for VSCode, it gives the following for your Vue single-file / Error CheckingFormattingAuto CompletionDebuggingSo click on install and the extensions tab will open and Vetur should install, once that is done there should be a blue reload button next to the Vetur icon, click this…
- Now, go back to your console and start up the server again: – npm run devThe vue-cli has configured hot module reloading as part of the web server install, this means that you can change your application in VSCode and these changes should be visible immediately in your browser.
Top Vue Courses
Vue JS 2: From Beginner to Professional (includes Vuex) (1,798 students enrolled)By Bo Andersen
- How to build advanced Vue.js applications
- How to build single page applications (SPA)
- Understand the theory and how Vue works under the hood
- How to manage state in large applications with Vuex
- Communicating with servers with HTTP
- Use modern tools for developing and building applications (e.g. webpack)
Vue JS 2 - The Complete Guide (incl. Vue Router & Vuex) (38,295 students enrolled)By Maximilian Schwarzmüller
- Build amazing Vue.js Applications - all the Way from Small and Simple Ones up to Large Enterprise-level Ones
- Understand the Theory behind Vue.js and use it in Real Projects
- Leverage Vue.js in both Multi- and Single-Page-Applications (MPAs and SPAs)
The Ultimate Vue JS 2 Developers Course (3,882 students enrolled)By Anthony Gore
- Understand all Vue concepts from beginner to advanced
- Build three real world applications using Vue.js utilising every Vue feature
- Use the Vuex statement management library
- Write basic Vue with ES5 and also modern Vue with ES6
- Setup VueJS environment with development tools including Webpack
- Create a universal application with server-side rendering
- Use popular plugins from the Vue ecosystem like vue-router and vue-resource
- Cutting-edge features like Single File Components, Render functions and Server-Side Rendering
Vue JS 2.0 - Mastering Web Apps (52,495 students enrolled)By David Katz
- Build entire Vue JS, VueRouter, and Vuex applications from scratch.
- Develop apps that deal with APIs and web requests.
- Create web apps with a full authentication service, and real-time database.
Learn by Doing: Vue JS 2.0 the Right Way (1,437 students enrolled)By Dejan Stošić
- Build your own VueJS application of any size
- Plan and structure your project
- Write maintainable code
- Use smart development tools like vue-cli