The first part covering semantics in a series about creating forms for the web, how to approach each step, and considerations to make along the way.
The latest release of Vuetensils is out, and there's a lot of great things coming with it. New component, new directive, and several improvements/bug fixes.
There are already tons of articles out there predicting which emerging technologies will take over, and which current leaders will be de-throwned. This is not one of those articles. Rather, I am going to focus my predictions around my own use of technology, and how things are looking for me going into 2020.
Create a lazy-loading image component in Vue.js that speeds up our apps, has zero dependencies, and works as a drop-in replacement for an HTML image tag.
The latest Vuetensils includes 2 new components, and handy directives. These make it faster and easier to create robust, accessible UIs with Vue.js.
Another year, another Zoohackathon; 48 hours in the same building with a bunch of nerds, all working together to address wildlife conservation. This year was a blast.
Vutensils 0.3.10 supports custom CSS classes. Combine it with TailwindCSS for semantic and accessible Vue components with totally custom style and no bloat.
This post covers the minimum to create a Serverless function on AWS Lambda which generates PDFs using Node and PDFKit. No Express, HTML parsing, or S3 uploads.
Every once in a while in Vue, you want to prevent the user from navigating away from a route or reloading the page. This post covers how to do just that.
Checkout Vuetensils if you care about building accessible and lightweight Vue projects, but prefer to use your own custom styles.