You’re ready to make your new application.
You take Vue 2 as your framework
But you want your application to be:
Vue.js is a solid option for building web applications.
To use it we have two major tools:
But how dœs Nuxt differ from a Standard Vue Application?
In this era of libraries needing a build step (even if you can use them without it, c’mon it’s better to do so) I want to talk about the parcel bundler.
The baseline is: Blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler.
How this holds up?
Having used both of them lately, here is my opinion on the main differences between them.
I’m not trying to convince anyone of which one is better here, but more to describe how comfortable I was while learning & using them.
When it’s about making stuff, just choose your preferred tool (if you have the choice of course).
[TL;DR] Vue feels more webby and React more tecky (If that means something 🙃)
And coming from a web-developer background, I feel using Vue is more natural for me.
It’s a nice ORM with a promise based API that makes it easy to:
But I find it hard to handle
SUM functions inside instances even
after reading issues, trying without success to find the Sequelize way®.
Nothing was working for me 😭
And so this is the story of how I solved it with squel, a SQL query generator
So I wanted to build an isomorphic/universal web-application…
This will be a long document about the how and the why
The web-app was greatly influenced by this Viktor Turskyi’s post.
Unlike most articles, I won’t produce here any code example.
I will try to focus on how different piece of code put together will solve building an universal applications problems.
It’s my first take on this kind of application, so I’m sure there are many flaws & rooms for improvement.
But hey! we need a start in order to advance 🏃♀️
With html basic (part 1) we’ve seen how to:
Now we will see how to build more upon that!