Vue News Friday, July 27
- Configuration Reference
- How to build a simple blog using Vue, Cosmic JS and deploy to Netlify
vuejs, webdev, cosmicjs
- What is Directive (EU) 2016/2102?
- LARA LAND Laravel / Vue.js もくもく会です！ 初心者・一人参加歓迎！ (2018/08/25 18:30〜)
- Vue.js + Reactもくもく会@東銀座#41 (2018/07/31 19:30〜)
- Construyendo una red social con Laravel & TDD
- Which is better to learn first, Vue.js, Angular, or React?
- Using a Mobile friendly Vue.js Modal – Vue.js Feed
- Extracting a data component in Vue – rossta.net
- By default Vue CLI assumes your app will be deployed at the root of a domain, e.g. .
- If you want your dev server to be served at root instead, you can use a conditional value: The value can also be set to an empty string ( ) so that all assets are linked using relative paths, so that the bundle can be used in a file system…
- can be a string pointing to the development API server: This will tell the dev server to proxy any unknown requests (requests that did not match a static file) to .
- Unlike or the field in , this config file does not use a file-location based resolution, and is applied consistently to any file under project root, including dependencies inside .
- To disable the hashed filenames, the following can be added to : – – When using Vue CLI with an existing backend, you may need to disable the generation of so that they generated assets can be used with another default document.
@cheezenaan: vue-cli でﾎﾟﾝとできたアプリの webpack.config.js ってどうやっていじればいいねん…と思ったら vue.config.js とかいう謎ファイルを作るのか(困惑 https://t.co/2EoxMXwrBJ
- In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a simple but amazing blog using Vue, Vuex, Cosmic JS and deploy to Netlify.
- First of all, replace package.json with this: – – Open the folder in Terminal and do After doing that, we need to setup Cosmic JS configuration in order to communicate with API.
- As this blog application is static, so if you want to deploy it to Cosmic JS hosting you need to create a simple Node.js Express server.
- Go to your bucket in Cosmic JS dashboard and click Settings->Deploy Web App.
- This is a simple blog app built using vue, vuex, and Cosmic JS.
@cosmic_js: How to build a simple blog using Vue, Cosmic JS and deploy to @Netlify https://t.co/GJVfBbH2HX #vuejs #webdev #cosmicjs
- This website is a private, non-official project – and by no means a complete neither a legal reflection of EU Directive 2016/2102.
- I, a web developer living in Europe interested in web accessibility, tried to wrap my head around this directive.
- Since this project is open source and on GitHub feel free to join and correct formulations if necessary.
@EryouHao: Day 1 / #100DaysOfCode – I completed the radio component today, and I will continue to develop Live UI for the next period of time. I have learn a new vue.js api `model`, it’s great! https://t.co/B58xqEy223 https://t.co/9pPovppJnZ
@hukuzatsu: LARA LAND Laravel / Vue.js もくもく会です！ 初心者・一人参加歓迎！ に参加を申し込みました！ https://t.co/51P1twhmff #laraland
@nappan23: 最近社内のRailsエンジニアの中でフロントちゃんと勉強してやっていこうな！な盛り上がりを感じる私もたまには自社主催のVue.js + Reactもくもく会でようかなhttps://t.co/YkDabhDtn5（主催がツイッターやってないっぽいので代わりにステマ）
@aprendible: 41 – Componente de Vue.js reutilizable |Construyendo una red social con #Laravel & TDDEn esta lección modificamos el componente ‘LikeBtn’ de tal forma que nos sirva para poder reutilizarlos para dar likes a los comentarios también.https://t.co/8dZ7I4pIRN
- In this post, we’ll show how to build a component whose main job is to simply fetch data for other components.
- To achieve this, we’re going to wrap both the and in another component, whose only responsibility will be to respond to events to request page data, which it will pass to its children as props.
- For our viewer, either our document or future preview components can trigger data fetching.
- The data component needs to know nothing about the scrolling behavior or the logic that determines when additional pages are needed.
- Our new data component will show up separately in the Vue dev tools extension for better debugging.
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