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Routing and Analyzing Request Data with Node.js

From Get Programming with Node.js by Jonathan Wexler

This article covers routing and how a few more Express.js methods allow you to send meaningful data to the user before building a view. We’ll also walk through collecting a request’s query string. The article ends touching on the MVC design pattern.

How Does GraphQL Make Web Development Better?

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From Learning Clientside GraphQL with Apollo by Azat Mardan

Testing Events in Vue.js, Part 2

From Testing Vue.js Applications by Edd Yerburgh Part 2 covers: Testing input forms Limitations of jsdom Save 37% off Testing Vue.js Applications. Just enter code fccyerburgh into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com. Continuing on with how to… Continue Reading →

Testing Events in Vue.js, Part 1

From Testing Vue.js Applications by Edd Yerburgh

Part 1 covers:

  • Testing native DOM events
  • Testing custom Vue events

Become a CSS Master


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From CSS in Depth in Motion
By Chris Ward

Building your First Web Component

From Web Components in Action by Ben Farrell

This article walks you through the creation of your first web component.

Creating your Own Web Components

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From Web Components in Action
By Ben Farrell

Examining Update Events with Computed Properties in Vue.js

From Vue.js in Action by Erik Hanchett

Because computed properties are typically calculated using instance data, their return value is updated automatically when the underlying data changes. Any view markup bound to the computed property is updated to reflect the new value as well.

This behavior is at the heart of the update cycle within the greater Vue instance lifecycle—let’s have a look…

Flux Application Architecture and React

 

From React in Action by Mark T. Thomas

This article is about Flux application architecture and where Redux fits in.

Poor API Design Has Terrible Consequences.

From The Design of Everyday APIs by Arnaud Lauret

Why should we care about the design of an API? It’s quite simple. What do you do when you use an everyday thing, whether it’s a microwave oven, a web site, a mobile application, a TV remote or an ATM? You use its interface.

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