Sharing Data in a Laravel/Vue Application

There are multiple good ways to pass data from Laravel to Vue. In a new blogpost Jesse Schutt covers all the options. It has been helpful to think of my application as “layers” or separate sections of code each with varying responsibilities. I like to think of Laravel as the intermediary between the persistent data […]

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A collection of vue.js components

For a client project I’ve been doing some vue.js lately and I just love it. So you might see a few more vue.js related stuff appear on this blog in the future. Here’s a nice site I stumbled across that contains a lot of useful components. http://vuejsexamples.com/ Freek Van der Herten Freek Van der Herten […]

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An Animated Intro to RxJS

On css-tricks David Khourshid wrote a good introduction to RxJS. According to ReactiveX.io: “ReactiveX is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs by using observable sequences.” That’s a lot to digest in a single sentence. In this article, we’re going to take a different approach to learning about RxJS (the JavaScript implementation of ReactiveX) […]

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Glossary of Modern JavaScript Concepts

Don’t know what the difference between stateful and stateless is, or what higher order functions are? On the auth0.com site Sebastián Peyrott explains these terms and other modern JavaScript concepts. Modern JavaScript has experienced massive proliferation over recent years and shows no signs of slowing. Numerous concepts appearing in JS blogs and documentation are still […]

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Dealing With Templates in Vue.js 2.0

Sebastian De Deyne, my colleague at Spatie, wrote a very nice overview of all different methods in Vue to define a template. This article isn’t about Vue’s template syntax, but about where and how to define your templates. I wrote this because at the time of writing there aren’t really resources that consolidate all the […]

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Human Readable AJAX Requests

Zach Silveira made a new JavaScript library that aims to make ajax requests much more readable. Under the hood template literals are used. Anyone familiar with HTTP requests knows what each line in chrome’s network tab means. It’s too bad we can’t copy and paste this into our code and do that exact request….. But […]

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Stupid ES6 tricks

Emil Ong shares some cool ways you can leverage ES6. Here are a few ES6 techniques that aren’t really tricks, just exploiting some of the new syntax either to reduce code, improve readability, or possibly just have fun. I’m planning on collecting more here, so please feel free to bookmark and check back every once […]

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