If you've ever wondered how to use Axios, the lightweight HTTP library inside of your Vue.js applications, here's the guide for you! We'll start with a blank Vue.js application and add json-server for local data storage and axios for HTTP interaction. New Vue.js applicationAssuming you have Node.
Continuing the NativeScript and Vue series, let's create an application that takes advantage of the nativescript-toast plugin. We'll start off by creating a new NativeScript Vue application: # Install the NativeScript CLI npm install nativescript -g # New NativeScript Vue project tns create NSVueToast --template nativescript-vue-template # Change directory cd NSVueToast # Run on
I'm a big fan of NativeScript as it allows me to make native mobile applications with ease. My go-to front end framework is Angular, so naturally I use NativeScript Angular quite a bit... but I've been experimenting with Vue.js in a lot of the work I'm doing, so NativeScript
In this article, we'll be taking a look at Nuxt.js, a framework that focuses on creating universal Vue.js applications. As well as using Vue, it also uses Webpack and Babel to provide an extremely powerful toolset with a bundle size of only 28kb. If you prefer to watch