Vue JS 2 Video Tutorial

I want to make a recommendation to anyone interested in learning Vue.js. If you are a video tutorial kind of learner, I encourage you to watch Laracasts’ Vue 2 Step-by-Step series.  Jefferey Way is an incredible teacher and will get you going in no time. I have watched several of his other tutorial series too.  I can say that he is a talented coder and a great teacher. Vue is easily one of the most exciting additions to the front-end world in many years. With its intuitive API, and the fact that it can be applied to any type of application, it’s no wonder whyRead More →

If you are the average website designer or developer, the word ‘security’ gives you an unshaken feeling. I know it has for me, that is until recently. I am by no means a security expert or novice. However, I want to do the very best I can for my clients and myself. I am willing to learn a little if it means I will achieve better security. Security Technologies Can Be Baffling But where do you start? The number of resources and initialisms in the world of IT and IS security is baffling. Here are just a few to scare you: DNS, DNSSEC, CAA, SMTP, STARTTLS,Read More →

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Are you loving Vue.js too? You’ll be happy to know that version 2.4 is on the shelf, ready to be used with 4 all new features: Lazy Load Vue Components with Async. Inheriting Attributes in Wrapper Components Automatic resolving of ES modules’ default exports when dealing with async components HTML comment preservation I could go into a lot more detail, but suffice it to say, other people have done the heavy lifting for me. I recommend reading this article from Vue JS Developers.com that goes into detail about these new features. http://vuejsdevelopers.com/2017/07/17/vue-js-2-4-important-features/Read More →