Teleport is a new feature introduced in Vue 3. Teleport provides better control to developers on where exactly an element is rendered. Get Teleporting Let us create a new Vue 3 app to start playing around with teleport. We will use Vite, because it is 2021. 1 npm init @vitejs/app Provide a project name (teleport) and select vue as the template.
Hello everyone! Hope you are all set for the new year. While you are waiting for the Y2020 to end with bated breath, here’s a post to kick start your Vue 3 journey. We will create a Reddit reader using Vue3 and Vite! This post is more useful for someone with basic knowledge of Vue and Vue 2.
We have previously seen how a div element can be saved to a file. In this post we will see how we can save div tag contents as an image in Vue. How do we print the div? Here are the steps at a high level - Draw contents of div to canvas.
In this post we will see how to create a simple timesheet app using Vue and Vuetify. This is not quite a comprehensive tutorial on Vue or Vuetify, rather a demo of front-end features, see how easy it is to build an usable app, and in general, how modern app development makes the whole process enjoyable.
Tooltips are omnipresent, or rather have to be. While there have been excellent standardisation of user experience since we saw what Bootstrap was capable of, there are days and applications that can throw off users with strange icons, buttons and navigation. Ergo, tooltips. The humble tooltip can provide helpful hints, short messages and guide user on what a particular button, text box or any other element will do before clicking the thingy and causing destruction of a planet.
Dialogs are those thingies that popup on your UI and are handy to allow users to perform actions without navigating away from the screen. For example, here’s one that enables users to create new request.. .. and here’s an example from Vuetify site that shows a short message. The v-dialog component is the recommended way to show confirmation dialogs too.
Redirection can be easy enough on Nginx. Let’s see how we can utilise that for our single page applications coded in Vue, React, etc. Nginx and Redirection Nginx configuration is simple but powerful. All we need is a couple of lines to setup our server. Add the below lines to the Nginx configuration files (e.
Enabling social share buttons in Vuetify is quite easy. All you have to do is stitch together three components provided out of the box - Speed dial Buttons Icons We will create a quick demo on Codepen. Create a new Codepen, click on Settings, navigate to JS and add the below libraries -
Firestore can make up for a great backend application. You can get started quite easily, scale it up nicely, and in general, worry less about the “server” side of things. While it is quite easy to use Firestore as-is, using it in Vue opens up a whole new universe. But, first - let’s go through the grind of knowing why we would want to do this?
Vuetify is a God-send for lazy developers like me. Thanks to Vuetify I have all styles standardized, customise UI to my heart’s content and create an app that is ready to take on any device. But, Vuetify does not support masonry layout for your grid. Here’s a look at available options if you need masonry layouts in your projects.
I am a big fan of Vuetify - it has far too many components available out of the box and makes my life as easy as it gets. But that does not prevent me from getting annoyed by small “stuff” that matter. Take tooltip as an example. Vuetify has v-tooltip component to enable tooltips -
Nuxt enables automatic routing. All you need to do is - Create the Nuxt app Create Vue pages under pages root directory All pages will automatically be routes in the app - no need for a distinct Vue router definition. Automatic Routes in Nuxt Consider the below pages in an example app https://my-app.
I have always struggled with new projects. Don’t get me wrong - we live in exciting times and all that. But, there is this thing called “conundrum of choice”. There are just too many ways to get things done and the “next shiny thing” syndrome rears its head each and every darn time.