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  • Starting with Webpack 4 and VueJs — A quick-start tutorial.
    • Webpack4 is officially here! Did you know they’re calling it Legato! There are a lot of new features and improvements. Sean T. Larkin’s 😎 game has been upped 3 levels in Webpack 4. You can read…
    • Sean T. Larkin, loader, webpack, test, config object
  • Redesigning Redux –
    • Shouldn’t state management be a solved problem by now? Intuitively, developers seem to know a hidden truth: state management seems harder than it needs to be. In this article, we’ll try to answer…
    • Redux, state management, , ,
  • sdras/vue-vscode-snippets
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 79 million projects.
    • real world, kitchen sink approach, open source project, welcome github, seamless manner
  • How to build a realtime chart in iOS
    • From the DEV community. Sharing ideas that makes us all better developers.
    • application, pusher, realtime chart, realtime chart application, Pusher application
  • How to Create an Accessible Autocomplete Component with Vue.js
    • Transform a Vue.js autocomplete component into an accessible one with the help of ARIA attributes
    • assistive technology, aria, ARIA attributes, autocomplete 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

  • Assuming that a reducer is matching on action type, we can invert the params so that each reducer is a pure function accepting state and an action.
  • This might call a Reducer action, but async functions do not directly change any state.Making a distinction between these two types of actions would be more helpful and less confusing that the above usage with thunks.
  • No More Action Types As VariablesWhy is it standard practice to treat action creators and reducers differently?
  • Action creators and reducers are two sides of the same coin.const ACTION_ONE = ‘ACTION_ONE’ is a redundant side effect of the separation of action creators and reducers.
  • Every action passes data through a payload key.Now from count.increment we can generate the action creator from just the reducer.

Tags: Redux, state management, , ,

  • This repo was built particularly for real world use.
  • Rather, it focuses on developer ergonomics from the point of Vue of real world use.
  • Included are the pieces I personally get sick of typing, have to keep looking up, or forget to consider while developing that I make more use of when they’re at my fingertips.

Tags: real world, kitchen sink approach, open source project, welcome github, seamless manner

  • Running this command will install all the third-party packages we need to build our realtime iOS chart application.
  • We will use this property to track the visitors: – – Next, we will add the function that will do the actual update to the chart view: – – In the code above, we declare where we intend to store all our chart data.
  • In the import the Alamofire package right under the Charts package: – – Now replace the function with the code below: – – In the code below, we use Alamofire to send a POST request to http://localhost:4000/simulate which is a local web server (we will create this backend soon).
  • We can do this right under the declaration line: – – Then after declaring the property, we need to add the function below to the class so it can listen to the events: – – In the code above, we instantiate Pusher and pass in our key and the cluster…
  • This article has shown you how you can combine Pusher and the Charts package to create a realtime iOS chart application.

Tags: application, pusher, realtime chart, realtime chart application, Pusher application

  • Note that you can choose to provide the instead, but because most autocomplete components have a label element nearby, Im going to take advantage of that: – – Ive made it a required attribute to make sure no one ever forgets to add it.
  • We just need to add an to our label and to provide it as a prop: – – And now the assistive technology is able to tell us that the input text intent is to choose a fruit: – – Although labels can improve the usability tremendously, they are not…
  • The more suitable one for our autocomplete is the one: – – Because the input of text in our component will display a list of results for the intended value we also need to set the attribute in the textbox element.
  • The attribute allows three different values, an value which defines that the value completion will happen inside the text input and a value which means the values will be present in a separate element that pops up adjacent to the text input or a value which means that a list…
  • With these attributes the assistive technology software is now able to understand we are presenting the user with a combobox that will show a list of suggested values.

Tags: assistive technology, aria, ARIA attributes, autocomplete component,

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