Vue News Monday, June 4
- From VanillaJS to Vue.js: A refactoring tale – Hacker Noon
- Inside the book — Full-Stack Web Development with Vue.js and Node
- How to use the Vue.js DevTools – Hacker Noon
- If you want to follow along, you can download the source code in Vanilla JS while I show you how I added in Vue (follow this link if you want to read about how I built the app in Vanilla JS, Hoodie, and Service Worker).
- Below is the code in this file, which creates a Vue instance with needed properties to handle the form event and collect data.
- Transitioning to Vue I removed the script template from the page and updated the table element to use Vues directive which will loop through data property that contains the items.
- The same function from the Vanilla JS version is added to the methods property of the Vue object.
- Inside it I defined a Vue component for the navigation bar as follows: – – In the code above we registered a Vue component named with an options object similar to what we used when creating a Vue instance.
@vuejsfeed: From VanillaJS to #vuejs – Refactor & Compare side by side the differences in code https://t.co/5QtjwSFs7b https://t.co/qIUO7Yqdvq
- The book guides you through the technology stack called MEVN which just replaces the frontend layer of Angular.js from MEAN or React.js from MERN and introduces Vue.js.
- This book guides you through building a web application with Express.js which is a Node.js framework followed by adding the database layer with MongoDB and then the frontend layer with Vue.js to create a robust application.
- This book is suitable for people who have the basic understanding of the following things: – – Throughout the book, we will be building a movie rating application with the following features: – – You can grab yourself a copy from Amazon from the following link: Full-Stack Web Development with…
- This makes sure no one can use them to interact with your production app (and will make Vue more performant because it does not have to care about the devtools) – – There are 3 ways to install the Vue Dev Tools: – – Safari, Edge and other browsers are…
- To use the devtools, we must open the Developer Tools panel, using View Developer Developer Tools, or – – You can find the Firefox dev tools extension in the Mozilla addons store: Add to Firefox and the extension will be installed.
- As with Chrome, a grayed icon shows up in the toolbar – – And when you visit a site that has a Vue instance running, it will become green, and when we open the Dev Tools we will see a Vue panel: – – Alternatively you can use the DevTools…
- now, paste the script tag it shows you: – – inside the project file, and wait for the app to be reloaded, and it will automatically connect to the app: – – As mentioned, the Vue DevTools can be activated by opening the Developer Tools in the browser, and moving…
- Another option is to right-click on any element in the page, and choose Inspect Vue component: – – When the Vue DevTools panel is open, we can navigate the components tree.
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