VueJS is the third of The Big Three™ SPA/VDOM Toolkits and it enjoys an ever growing following. Sort of a mix of the best of React and Angular, it has a distinct “ISO-certified hipster compliant” vibe about it and doesn’t fail to deliver on its “View!” promise.Hipster Compliant VDOM weiterlesen
Für die Webentwicklung ergibt es oft Sinn, sich mehrere Browser zu installieren, um in getrennten Sessions und Nutzerkonten seine Webapplikationen zu testen. Hier eine Übersicht über verschiedene Browser, die sich weitgehend kollisionsfrei nebeneinander installieren lassen:Browser für die Webentwicklung weiterlesen
While true Web Components are on the rise and the Google Polymer Project has ended its lifecycle and web component efforts are now continued with the super-light lit library, classic VDOM and PWA toolkits are still in wide use. The big three – React, Angular and Vue – have contenders, some of which have gained wider attention and have their own solid set of fans and hipster advocates. One of these libraries is Svelte, a build-time PWA library and toolkit with quite a large set of non-trivial libraries built for and on top of it.Svelte weiterlesen
Here’s a comprehensive list of React UI Libraries for your next complex non-trivial ReactJS project:
The VDOM craze may have you think that Bootstrap is dead. It isn’t. It’s as powerful as ever that the first-class citizenship of Popper.js and an ever evolving jQuery still make it the grandmaster of go-to toolkits for getting good Web-UIs done quickly. It also works very neatly together with virtual DOM libraries such as React. Check out ReactStrap to see how it’s done.
It doesn’t always have to be ReactJS or virtual DOM. For most tasks and functions, jQuery still is perfectly fine, especially if it’s a current version of the 3.x branch and allready integrated and loaded into your environment.
Here’s a cheat-sheet Overview of jQuery Ajax Call Parameters: Overview of jQuery Ajax Call Parameters weiterlesen
Nice. Check it out: Material UI.
Within the last decade React has become the de-facto standard technology for Web UIs, along with the concept of “Virtual DOM”. Now with the patents problem removed and React – just like jQuery – becoming a first-class citizen in WordPress with the release of WordPress 5.0 there is yet another solid reason to become familiar with this toolkit as it probably is here to stay for quite a while and remain one of the Big-Wig Toolkits for Web Application Development.
Here are some links to get you started if you haven’t already:
Update all global packages:
npm update -g
Show outdated packages:
npm outdated -g --depth=0