SPAs typically provide a page to the browser that has no meaningful content. Content is instead loaded by AJAX as the user navigates the site. Can a search engine index this content? Does it rank as well as static HTML? This article will attempt to bring clarity to these questions.
Vue.js is a framework that combines many features from other popular frameworks into a unique mix and adds some of its own cool features. In this post I will show you how to create simple a review app with vue.js and compare the process with other frameworks, I have experience with.
Because completely rewriting an existing production application would be very time consuming and prevent the application roadmap of moving forward, we’ve found it’s almost always better to make small changes and release often. The only requirement here is to have a clear vision about where you want to be when it’s done.
Nearly a year ago I blogged my review of "No Man's Sky", a game that garnered near universal hate or love, with not many people in the middle. Since that time, the game has been updated a few times and it has become incredibly rich. I'm now on my second play and I see myself dedicating all of my game playing time on it for the next few months. (This is also the first game I bought for both console and PC.
A few days ago an article surfaced on Medium titled “Why we moved from Angular 2 to Vue.js (and why we didn’t choose React)”. It finally made it to my circle of peers today, so I finally managed to read what the article is all about. What started out as a promising article quickly derailed into an endless stream of bad takes, to the point where I had to write a counter-critique.
Vue.js has become the framework of the year. It's very flexible, performant and easy to learn that lead to a massive adoption.Here I'll show you how can you test Vue.js components using the official vue-test-utils. Here I'll show you how can you test Vue.js components using the official vue-test-utils.
Imagine if there was a build tool that you could use for Vue.js projects that compiled faster than Webpack, gave you a smaller bundle size and required only a few lines of configuration. Brunch is that tool.
If we only load the CSS that's useful for the initial page render, our users will see the page quicker. Isolating critical CSS and loading non-critical CSS in idle time is something that can be done programmatically in your Webpack pipeline.
TL;DR Vue.js is getting its high interest for a valid reason. Its 1st official conference has proven that it's backed up by the active & open community, its ecosystem is developing in interesting directions & in the end - there are valid (& safe) JS web app development
At Spatie we have a tv screen against the wall that displays a dashboard. This dashboard displays the tasks our team should be working on, important events in the near future, which music is playing at our office, and so on. Here’s what it looks like: We’ve opensourced our dashboard, so you can view the […]
Imagine a Web Application that you can browse in the subway, that keeps engaging its user through notifications, up-to-date data and that offers app-like navigation, and you get an overview of PWAs capabilities.