Vue, anyone?
#1
Hey ... 


Just wondering, has anybody come across Vue.js, or better yet, has/is used/using it recently?

I started getting into it a few weeks ago, and at first it was a little confusing, coming from an AngularJS background, but I'm starting to understand it.

I've got a idea for an extremely large project... the likes of which I have yet to see.

I've done my research, and I humbly think it would dominate the software industry quite well, it all depends on the finished product of course, but the concept is notoriously promising, I'd say.
I've got 2 brilliant people working alongside myself, and an ambiguous connection with an experienced (and trustable) business guy who has connections to some US marketing network. Tongue Out


It involves a lot of dynamic operations etc. a lot of reactivity required on a front-end level.
So anyway, so far so good, I learn something every day.


I'm asking because it would be nice to know somebody from Ubers who could participate if necessary, but if not, I'd still like to have a discussion about the framework Tongue Out


I don't know why, but I sorta doubt anybody here (except maybe Coddr and TES) has had any exposure to this yet, I hope I'm wrong.




... might start a tutorial series on it.
#2
Never heard of this before, looks pretty interesting. I don't do a lot of front-end developing though. I keep myself busy with the back-end most of the time.

I'm not sure if I like the structure of it though, using JSON to render a page doesn't really seem like the best idea to me, and makes the code very unreadable.
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#3
(06-29-2017, 12:24 PM)TheEvilSocks Wrote: Never heard of this before, looks pretty interesting. I don't do a lot of front-end developing though. I keep myself busy with the back-end most of the time.

I'm not sure if I like the structure of it though, using JSON to render a page doesn't really seem like the best idea to me, and makes the code very unreadable.

Using an awesome back-end framework allows me time to focus on front-end :3

Yea, it can be a little hard to understand for beginners - I myself struggled, still do lol, but as with anything, you simply learn as you go, over time.

I wouldn't call it JSON >.>


What do you prefer instead? Angular?
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(06-29-2017, 05:35 PM)Baredee Wrote: I wouldn't call it JSON >.>

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You're literally loading a JSON object into Vue, or am I missing something important somewhere?

(06-29-2017, 05:35 PM)Baredee Wrote: What do you prefer instead? Angular?
Call me crazy, but I use Express without any addons. But then again, the only time I've done a webserver in nodejs was because I was bored and wanted a better version of online youtube downloaders.
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(06-30-2017, 10:43 PM)TheEvilSocks Wrote:
(06-29-2017, 05:35 PM)Baredee Wrote: I wouldn't call it JSON >.>

[Image: vylhiml.png]
You're literally loading a JSON object into Vue, or am I missing something important somewhere?

(06-29-2017, 05:35 PM)Baredee Wrote: What do you prefer instead? Angular?
Call me crazy, but I use Express without any addons. But then again, the only time I've done a webserver in nodejs was because I was bored and wanted a better version of online youtube downloaders.

That's an ES6-type JS object,  "JSON is serialised text derived from the object literals of it (JS)" - I had that drilled into me, too; but on the most fundamental level, they cannot be interchangeable and thus are not equivalent. Otherwise, we wouldn't need to do a JSON.parse.

There is more background persistence and delicacy in the behaviour of these objects, than mere JSON or JS objects.

But I get what you mean, it looks like you can literally modify these properties in the console lol, but that's just not the case.

Express can be fun too. 

I don't know why I kinda drifted away from the MEAN stack :/ - I think it's mainly because Google rewrote AngularJs, then now recently released Angular 4, lmao.

Too hectic for me, personally.

Laravel is beautiful.


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tf?

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#ItsNotABugItsAFeature
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#6
O hell yea Vue. Im into Vue a bit since I work a lot with Laravel and Vue and laravel are gold together. A lot of Web Developers arent familar with this yes but I think people should get into this.
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#7
(09-05-2017, 11:57 PM)Coddr Wrote: O hell yea Vue. Im into Vue a bit since I work a lot with Laravel and Vue and laravel are gold together. A lot of Web Developers arent familar with this yes but I think people should  get into this.

They're a rly powerful combo
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