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  • Building a Budget Manager with Vue.js and Node.js (Part I)
    • In this tutorial series you’ll learn how to build a complete Vue.js and Node.js Budget Manager application. For simplicity we will not be using Vuex and try to stay as simple and clean as possible…
    • user, User model, admin account, file, response time
  • 📢 Broadcasting with Laravel Echo & Vue.js – Daniel Alvidrez –
    • Broadcasting routes are basically simple guards with will check an entity before allowing a private connection. Users must be authorized before connecting to private channels. We only need the…
    • public function, return, Built-in Token Auth, return new BroadcastMessage, notifications
  • A Progressive Web Application with Vue JS, Webpack & Material Design [Part 2]
    • This article is part of a serie that aims to build a basic but complete Progressive Web Application with VueJs, Webpack & Material Design, step-by-step and from scratch. If you have not yet read it…
    • firebase, Firebase Console, Firebase package, firebase hooks, Firebase instance
  • Image Upload in Vue Apps
    • It’s just a couple of steps to upload any file (including images) via Vue.js. Here they are!
    • upload progress, change handler, handler methods, file, Vue component
  • Vuetify Audio – Made with Vue.js
    • Vue.JS sound audio player based on the Vuetify UI framework
    • Laravel Vue Pagination, Vue Switches Simple, Vue.js pagination component, Vuetify UI framework, sound audio player
  • Now lets finally create our app.js file inside BudgetManagerAPI/config folder – Well start by requiring our packages: – const express = require(‘express’), – app = express(), – bodyParser = require(‘body-parser’), – mongoose = require(‘mongoose’), – morgan = require(‘morgan’), – consign = require(‘consign’), – cors = require(‘cors’), – passport = require(‘passport’),…
  • /index.js’), – database = config);In this line: – passportConfig = import our passport configuration file and we pass passport as an argument because of this part in our passport.js file: – We do it like this so we can access passport inside our passport.jsfile without needing to require it.
  • Now lets head back to our auth.js: – const mongoose = require(‘mongoose’), – jwt = require(‘jsonwebtoken’), – config = require(‘@config’);See that?
  • /config);After requiring our packages do this: – Note: I used a GitHub gist here because Mediums code block was messing with the indentationWe create an empty object named api and we will store every method we want inside of it.
  • Now we need another method to get the token and parse it: – api.verify = (headers) = { – if (headers headers.authorization) { – const split = headers.authorization.split(‘ ‘); if (split.length === 2) return split[1]; – else return null; – } else return null; – }This method verifies the headers…

Tags: user, User model, admin account, file, response time

  • script – import Echo from ‘laravel-echo’ – import Pusher from ‘pusher-js’ – export default { – name: ‘laravel-echo’, – data() { – return { – echo: null – } – }, – computed: { – //Add computed properties – currentUser: { …}, – isConnected: { …}, – notifications: { …},…
  • See: How to use Laravels Built-in Token Auth for setup details – /** Connect Echo **/ – connect(){ – let vm = this – if(this.echo){ – return } – this.echo = new Echo({ – broadcaster: ‘pusher’, – key: ‘XXX’, – cluster: ‘us2’, – encrypted: true, – authEndpoint: auth: {…
  • * @param mixed $notifiable – * @return BroadcastMessage – */ – public function toBroadcast($notifiable) – { – $timestamp = return new BroadcastMessage(array( – ‘notifiable_id’ = $notifiable-id, – ‘notifiable_type’ = get_class($notifiable), – ‘data’ = $this-object, – ‘read_at’ = null, – ‘created_at’ = $timestamp, – ‘updated_at’ = $timestamp, – )); – }…
  • * @param mixed $notifiable – * @return array – */ – public function toArray($notifiable) – { – return (array) $this-object; – } – } Review: toBroadcast() MethodBecause our notification has not been saved to the database yet, well need to mock our notification object to matched whats loaded from our…
  • $timestamp = return new BroadcastMessage(array( – ‘notifiable_id’ = $notifiable-id, – ‘notifiable_type’ = get_class($notifiable), – ‘data’ = $this-object, – ‘read_at’ = null, – ‘created_at’ = $timestamp, – ‘updated_at’ = $timestamp, – )); Add: function(){ – $user = \App\User::findOrFail(1); – $data = (object) array( – ‘test’ = 123, – ); – $user-notify(new…

Tags: public function, return, Built-in Token Auth, return new BroadcastMessage, notifications

  • We are going to: – Setup a new Firebase database;Connect our Vue App to Firebase with Vuefire;Post and retrieve pictures from Firebase.CropChat with freshdata[PART 2] A Realtime PWA withFirebaseFirebase is a NoSQL Realtime Database developped by Google.
  • Vuefire: release the power of Firebase +VueJSConfigure VueFireWe will use VueFire, a node package built to wrap firebase hooks in a vueJS application.
  • js: – We just created a hook between our app prop cats and the firebase node cats.
  • Open an second tab with the app, post a cat, and see the magic happening: – Hot-syncedUpdate the detailviewAdd lodash: – npm install lodash –saveAnd update hope I have convinced you of the capabilities of Firebase and VueJS to improve your app with fast and fresh datas.
  • To cut a long story short: – Vuefire offers an quick way to integrate a Firebase Database in your VueJS app;Firebase is a very powerfull tool for creating a real time data in an app, and make sure that your users always have fresh and up-to-date data.We checked a new…

Tags: firebase, Firebase Console, Firebase package, firebase hooks, Firebase instance

  • Before we can upload it, we have to select a file.
  • To allow the user to pick a file, we have to add input type=file to our component template code.
  • We also have to listen to any changes to that file.
  • Such a change handler will trigger whenever the user picks a new file.
  • Like this: – – input type=file @change=onFileChanged – button now need the two handler methods in our Vue component: – – methods: { – onFileChanged (event) { – const file =[0] – }, – onUpload() { – // upload file – }To upload the file, we should store it…

Tags: upload progress, change handler, handler methods, file, Vue component

    Tags: Laravel Vue Pagination, Vue Switches Simple, Vue.js pagination component, Vuetify UI framework, sound audio player

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