Design Principles of Vue 3.0 by Evan You - VueConfTO 2019

Evan You explains the principles behind the changes in Vue 3.0 at VueConf Toronto 2019 — Read on

December 14, 2019 · 1 min · anvyst

VueJS Plugins: developing with HRM

I’ve never being a fan of keeping backend and frontend codebase together, though some of the well known project achieve it quiet well like Discourse. Keeping JavaScript aside for backend solutions, as part of standalone UI elements seemed as decent solution. But when you have to develop Vue components as plugins and keep the project running - testing becomes messy. I spent half a day trying to figure out the ways how you can use symlinks to pick local packages to work in dummy VueJS app, but no luck....

June 26, 2019 · 2 min · anvyst for Vue: No more custom scripts

Few years, ago, I had to dance around library to get it working nicely in VueJS framework. Some wrappers, custom components and lots of external jQuery code to make it work. No more of it! Now, cakephp-[calendar]( can be re-written using fullcalendar-vue package. And it sound like a perfect weekend task: Getting rid of custom event treating RFC all the way with Recurrences Clean State Management and stand-alone JS npm package (instead of all-in-one solution) Congratulations to developers from fullcalendar community, who did a great job moving away to TypeScript, and making the codebase more incorporating with modern frameworks like Vue/React/Angular....

June 21, 2019 · 1 min · anvyst

VueJS.London - Jest for Vue testing

Images Copyright In September, I was lucky to attend VueJS London conference. It was an amazing experience, with lots of interesting talented people from different corners of the EU and the States. I’ll slowly start assembling the info on the talks that took place there. Once the slides become available I will start adding them here as well. One of the greatest talks at the conference was by Roman Kuba....

October 10, 2018 · 1 min · anvyst

ReactJS: BSD + Patents licensing model

The devil is in details, so people say. Few months ago, while working on prototype of cakephp-calendar, we had an interesting debate over front-end stack for Calendar component. At the same time, WordPress community was buzzing about their text editor - Gutenberg whether to use ReactJS vs VueJS libraries. One of the reasons of choosing VueJS, was licensing agreement. The license granted hereunder will terminate, automatically and without notice, if you (or any of your subsidiaries, corporate affiliates or agents) initiate directly or indirectly, or take a direct financial interest in, any Patent Assertion....

August 23, 2017 · 1 min · anvyst

VueJS watchers for MomentJS

It took me some time to figure out what’s been going wrong with the watchers working on datepicker integration for CakePHP-Calendar plugin. Problem domain On loading modal window for creating calendar event, one of the dropdowns pass default start/end time for the event interval (start/end dates). This config object is passed to as a property into interval component that contains two child datepicker components. Whenever the config property changes, it adjusts startMoment and endMoment objects and passes them into datepickers....

August 2, 2017 · 2 min · anvyst