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  • What’s inside Fullstack Vue? 🦌 – Hassan Djirdeh –
    • We’ve received a few questions on the details within the book so we thought we’d create this post highlighting what’s inside in a little more detail. The first half of the book covers the…
    • vue, Fullstack Vue, default Vue directives, Vue watch property, Vue library
  • robsontenorio/vue-api-query
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • export default class, default class User, , ,
  • Integrating and Using CSS Frameworks with Vue.js
    • A quick tour about installing and using Bootstrap 4, Bulma or Foundation for Sites in a Vue.js app.
    • Bootstrap, Bulma, CSS framework, css frameworks, row-column based frameworks
  • Fullstack Vue has: – 8 chapters in total and8 unique completed applications withmore than 430 pages of contentHeres a little more detail of the applications built within the book.
  • With this app, well gain an understanding of the Vue instance, default Vue directives, data binding, and an introduction to reusable components.
  • Single-file Components and State ManagementWell use Vues unique single-file components to create an app interface that manages events within a weekly calendar.
  • Weekly Calendar App…A Vuex Integrated ShoppingCartWell use the flux-like library Vuex to manage data for a shopping cart application that persists information on to a local server.
  • Fullstack Shopping Cart IIBulletproof TestingWell use Vues official vue-test-utils library to create meaningful tests for a daily weather app that interacts with a third party API.

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  • Just give me the first occurrence from response: – – Edit this and send it back: – – Let’s create a new object and post it: – – We can use relationships: – – And register it on – – Your base model should extend from Model.
  • Of course you can add extra methods and computed properties like this: – – You can set up relationships: – – It’s ok if in some situations you need to call a custom resource from a already defined model.
  • If the backend responds with … – – We can do this: – – Then method will send back the new payload: – – You also can do that: – – If you like the promise way just do it like this: – – And in some page/component: – -…
  • If your backend responds with a single object as a ROOT ELEMENT like this: – – So, and methods automatically will convert the backend response into an instace of model.
  • An array of items from backend would be converted in the same way, ONLY if it responds in these formats: – – works – `data` exists in the root and contains the array of objects { data [ { id , firstname , lastname , age }, { id ,…

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  • CSS frameworks are great for many reasons; code is more universally understood, web applications are easier to maintain, and prototyping becomes less of an extra step and more part of the development process.
  • Generally speaking, integrating each framework is generally the same so the installation process will work with either Bootstrap, Bulma, or Foundation.
  • Before you begin downloading a CSS framework, be sure to install and create a new project with the Vue CLI and follow the prompts: – – After you initialize a new Vue project, download Bootstrap 4 with npm.
  • Instead of creating your own button with its own classes, just create a button using Bootstrap, Bulma, or Foundation.
  • Bootstrap, Bulma, and Foundation are just the three widely used frameworks right now.

Tags: Bootstrap, Bulma, CSS framework, css frameworks, row-column based frameworks

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