If you’re working with the Vue CLI and you’re trying to import global JS/CSS libraries you’re not alone. Some solutions will tell you to just add the package with a require statement or an @import statement. That’s fine but there is a time and a place to use the @import statement in Vue and importing a global CSS library isn’t one of them. Instead, let’s use an ES6 ‘import’ statement.
The more I work in React, the more I love it. It’s a very mature framework that is immensely popular. While working with the Vue CLI, there was one thing that I really liked; default alias for the src directory. Having an alias for a commonly referenced directory eliminates fragile relative paths, produces cleaner code, and is much easier to read. Let’s dive in.
The second CodePen Cincinnati meetup will be Wednesday, January 10th! This time, it’ll be at Rhinegeist Brewery in OTR. Let’s get together, talk shop, and drink great beer.
So…if you’ve worked in field for a few years you’ll know that blogs can sometimes be overly verbose when you just want them to be simple. Which, can be good, but if you’re looking for a brief explanation for something, this can become frustrating. So, here is my attempt at giving you what you may be looking for upon your Google search. For this article, I assume you know how to create a Firebase account, a Firebase project, and have a basic idea of what a REST service is.
Lately, I’ve been getting asked the same question by a lot of web developers that are just starting out: “What should I do next?” So, in a cliché post, here are my five things every new web developer should be doing.