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  • Step-by-Step: A Simple Vue.js App – Warren Francis –
    • Let’s build an app! It’s going to be simple and I’ll do a lot of explaining — a kind of Vue.js show-and-tell, for newbies. If all goes well, you’ll learn how Vue sees the world, feel inspired to…
    • JavaScript file, Simple Vue.js App, new Vue instance, single-user voting app, Vue event listeners
  • My first open source project using Vue.js –
    • Last year I decided to start working on version 2.0 of WebIssues, an open source, multi-platform system for issue tracking and team collaboration. The first version that I wrote in 2005 was a desktop…
    • Vue, Vue components, large HTML file, basic Vue components, Vue single file
  • A Brief Intro to Using Vue.js with NativeScript
    • Welcome to a week of Vue.js on the NativeScript blog! Today we are taking our first look at NativeScript-Vue and how we can easily get up and running using the NativeScript Playground.
    • native mobile app, NativeScript, NativeScript Playground app, mobile app development, Angular
  • For starters, you now have a JavaScript file, where you created a new Vue instance and passed it a configuration object.
  • After this step, the contents of your files should match this: – Step 4Looking at the JavaScript first, youve added a new entry to the Vue instances configuration object: methods.
  • Youll also define a method that the event listener can call, which will grab the inputs text from the event, build a new framework object, add it to the list, then clear the input.
  • So, you can use as the framework name when you build the new object for pushing onto the frameworks list, and you can set to the empty string when youre done, to start fresh for the next entry.
  • In the JavaScript, that remove function works by filtering frameworks to only include things that arent f. – Step 7: Persistence Using LocalStorageCurrently, each time you refresh the page, you reset the apps state to the hard-coded framework list.

Tags: JavaScript file, Simple Vue.js App, new Vue instance, single-user voting app, Vue event listeners

  • The second phase was splitting this large HTML file into a few basic Vue components: the header, sidebar, toolbar and grid.
  • As a result, I had the same prototype, but instead of one large HTML file, it consisted of a few Vue components.
  • I recommend using Vuex in almost every Vue project, unless its just a very simple widget.
  • Also if the logic of a component becomes complex, its probably a good idea to separate it from the presentation and move it to a Vuex module.
  • Generally, routing is often very tightly coupled to the application state and its not just a matter of swapping components.

Tags: Vue, Vue components, large HTML file, basic Vue components, Vue single file

  • This week we are bringing you loads of Vue-related content, focusing on the NativeScript-Vue plugin that brings the world of Vue.js to native mobile app development.
  • Since Vue.js doesn’t (directly) interact with the browser’s DOM (similar to React and Angular), code you might have thought was only meant for the web works just fine in a NativeScript app (save for different template syntax): – – Now if you’re here, you probably: – – Transitioning from the…
  • NativeScript is an open source (Apache 2 licensed) framework for building native, cross-platform mobile apps from one codebase.
  • Think along the lines of JavaScript + CSS + XML-flavored markup with a bit of NativeScript UI magic turns this: – – With the pleasantries out of the way, let’s take a quick look at using NativeScript-Vue to create a quick app that will work equally well on iOS and…
  • With the NativeScript Playground open, click the New menu and choose to create a new Vue.js instance (if you’re not already using a Vue template): – – Next, click the QR Code menu option and scan that code using the previously downloaded NativeScript Playground app on your device.

Tags: native mobile app, NativeScript, NativeScript Playground app, mobile app development, Angular

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