Starting Out Wit Vuejs

Starting Out With VueJS Part 2

/ Javascript / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

In this short bolt-on tutorial we are going to look at how to change where the data is coming from in our Film Watch list example. Instead of the data being hard coded into the Vue instance we are going to pull it in from a separate location using an AJAX request. Now creating a REST API is well beyond […]

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Starting Out Wit Vuejs

Starting Out With VueJS

/ Javascript / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Today we are going to take a look at a brilliant JavaScript library that allows you to quickly create a View layer for your application. It is easy to work with and exceptionally fast. That doesn’t mean it can only be used for your View layer though, there are components out there such as vue-router that add features that easily […]

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AngularJS and Laravel Shopping List Application – Part 2

/ Javascript, PHP / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

As promised here is the second part of building our Shopping List Application with the excellent AngularJS the JavaScript MVW framework. In this final part we are going to look at how to extend our application so that it can receive data (via JSON) from a REST based application to populate our shopping list with items. This is as opposed […]

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AngularJS: Shopping List Application – Part 1

/ Javascript / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

I’ve been getting a lot, and I mean a huge amount, of requests for a tutorial on some form of JavaScript framework. I tried Backbone, but honestly? I just couldn’t get to like it. It is brilliant, but not for me. So someone suggested AngularJS instead & it was love at first sight. Super simple and it even feels like […]

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jQuery Tabs Script With HTML 5 History (PushState)

/ jQuery / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

You can find quite a few jQuery tabs scripts around the web, including jQuery’s own tabs. However I thought I’d do a little tutorial showing how to build your own, and how to include support for the HTML 5 history system (AKA: PushState). Important Note This tutorial will probably get a little complicated. It involves using the HTML 5 history […]

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HTML Compatible jQuery Typewriter

HTML Compatible jQuery Typewriter

/ jQuery / by Paul Robinson / 0 Comments

Going back to my jQuery Typewriter posts I’ve had a few requests in the comments, and via email, to make it work with HTML. Previously I thought this would be near impossible, but a bolt of inspiration hit me & this code was born.

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