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A Deep Dive into Vue 3.0

  • Node.js 10+ pre-installed
  • Editor: VSCode or an editor with built-in TypeScript support is recommended. We are not going to ask everyone to write TypeScript, but Vue 3's typing will benefit even JavaScript code!

Proven Patterns for Building Vue Apps

@tomhicks
tomhicks / plink-plonk.js
Last active March 18, 2024 02:23
Listen to your web pages
@stettix
stettix / things-i-believe.md
Last active March 20, 2024 17:45
Things I believe

Things I believe

This is a collection of the things I believe about software development. I have worked for years building backend and data processing systems, so read the below within that context.

Agree? Disagree? Feel free to let me know at @JanStette. See also my blog at www.janvsmachine.net.

Fundamentals

Keep it simple, stupid. You ain't gonna need it.

@arei
arei / 10ThingsWrongWebComponents.md
Last active February 20, 2024 03:16
10 Things You Are Doing Wrong in your Web Components

10 Things You Are Doing Wrong in your Web Components

Web Components enable custom element creation and sharing on a whole new level that has not really been seen to date but is so desperately needed. Developers of everything from simple webpages to complex applications are using Web Components to deliver new functionality, new behaviors, and new designs. Web Components are a big part of the future of the web.

There are lots of articles detailing how to build a basic Web Component, but almost no article details how to solve some of the gotchas once you start down that road. That's what this article serves to do; point out some of the things every Web Component developer is overlooking and to which they should probably be giving more consideration.

1). Not Using a Web Component Framework

The APIs which make up the Web Components standards (Custom Elements, ShadowDOM, etc) are intentionally low level APIs. As such they are not always the most clear or concise in their understandability. Additionally,

@Rich-Harris
Rich-Harris / what-is-svelte.md
Last active March 27, 2024 06:09
The truth about Svelte

I've been deceiving you all. I had you believe that Svelte was a UI framework — unlike React and Vue etc, because it shifts work out of the client and into the compiler, but a framework nonetheless.

But that's not exactly accurate. In my defense, I didn't realise it myself until very recently. But with Svelte 3 around the corner, it's time to come clean about what Svelte really is.

Svelte is a language.

Specifically, Svelte is an attempt to answer a question that many people have asked, and a few have answered: what would it look like if we had a language for describing reactive user interfaces?

A few projects that have answered this question:

@nicbet
nicbet / _Webpack-Fontawesome-Bootstrap-Phoenix.md
Last active April 28, 2020 05:43
Sass versions of Bootstrap 4 and Fontawesome 5 with Elixir / Phoenix Framework 1.3.x and 1.4.x using Webpack

SASS Versions of

  • Fontawesome 5
  • Bootstrap 4

in Phoenix 1.3 and 1.4 via Webpack

@RobertFischer
RobertFischer / Description.md
Last active October 14, 2023 16:47
Benchmarking is Hard, Yo.

So, I was reading Why You shouldn’t use lodash anymore and use pure JavaScript instead, because once upon a time, I shifted from Underscore to Lodash, and I'm always on the lookout for the bestest JavaScript stdlib. At the same time, there was recently an interesting conversation on Twitter about how some of React's functionality can be easily implemented in modern vanilla JS. The code that came out of that was elegant and impressive, and so I have taken that as a message to ask if we really need the framework.

Unfortunately, it didn't start out well. After copy-pasting the ~100 lines of code that Lodash executes to perform a find, there was then this shocking claim: Lodash takes 140ms, and native find takes 0ms.

@praveenpuglia
praveenpuglia / shadow-dom.md
Last active March 28, 2024 15:06
Everything you need to know about Shadow DOM

I am moving this gist to a github repo so more people can contribute to it. Also, it makes it easier for me to version control.

Please go to - https://github.com/praveenpuglia/shadow-dom-in-depth for latest version of this document. Also, if you find the document useful, please shower your love, go ⭐️ it. :)

Shadow DOM

Heads Up! It's all about the V1 Spec.

In a nutshell, Shadow DOM enables local scoping for HTML & CSS.

@remarkablemark
remarkablemark / README.md
Last active June 8, 2024 21:48
Classes - ES5 vs ES6

JavaScript Classes - ES5 vs ES6

An example that shows the difference between creating a JavaScript class and subclass in ES5 and ES6.

Reference

Here's how to make jQuery DataTables work with npm and webpack. DT checks for AMD compatibility first
which breaks when you're using CommonJS with webpack.
Install DT core: npm install datatables.net
Install a DT style: npm install datatables.net-bs (bootstrap)
Install the imports-loader webpack plugin: https://github.com/webpack/imports-loader#disable-amd
Create a loader "exception" just for DT in webpack.config.js:
module: {
loaders: [