Vue News Monday, June 18
- Vue Native: Build Beautiful Native Apps Using Vue.js
- ‘Submit’ button with built-in progress indicator powered by Vue.js
- Lumen – A simple invoicing solution
- Vue Native is a mobile framework to build native mobile app using Vue.js.
- The Vue Native CLI is used to generate a Vue Native app, which is a React Native API wrapper.
- If you are looking to use Vue Native, you will first need to install React Native on your system.
- You can now run this Vue Native app on an iOS or Android Simulator using the npm run command.
- Also, Vue Native uses vue-router for implementing navigation in your mobile apps and state management using Vuex.
- Using the component you can create buttons with loading indicators, which can be used to let users know that they have to wait for a response, like when submitting a form for example.
- To be able to use this component you will have to add the file into your project.
- After this, you can use it in your single file components.
- The above code snippet can be considered a single file.
- The progress bar will never reach 100%, however, and will be stuck at 95% until you set it manually to either 0 or 100, in which case the button will return to its normal state.
- Lumen is a simple invoicing solution for freelancers and small business owners.
- You will need to make sure your server meets the following requirements: – – Lumen utilizes Composer to manage its dependencies.
- So, before using Lumen, make sure you have Composer installed on your machine.
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