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React.js status issue 41




React v15. 6. 0 Released — A minor release on the road to React 16. 0 — fixes and cleans up many things.  Changelog here. Handling State in React: Four Immutable Approaches to Consider — State is perhaps “the most common point of confusion in React today”. 'Create React App' with Express in Production — How to build a React app with an Express backend and deploy it to Heroku. [Free For a Limited Time] Squash Common JavaScript Bugs — Learn from Todd Gardner (Co-founder of TrackJS) on Debugging and Fixing Common JavaScript Errors. In this course, you’ll be armed to find and squash JS bugs faster, and for good. — Free until June 26. Reducing Our Redux Code with React Apollo — Apollo allowed this team to hugely simplify their code by taking on all of the data fetching responsibilities. Understanding Higher Order Components — Making sense of the rapidly changing best practice. How to Build and Publish a React Component Library — There are 3 parts to this series, so far. How to Deploy a Live React and Redux Site in Under 10 Minutes — Using a React boilerplate and AWS to prototype quickly. Using Source Maps to Debug Errors — Let's talk JavaScript Source Maps. What are they? How to enable source mapping? Why aren't they working? Use Redux to Manage React Navigation State — Quickly covers how to store the state from React Navigation in Redux.  6 minutes. How Product Hunt Uses React — An overview of how Product Hunt’s frontend app is structured.  30 minutes. Why One Developer Chose React Over Vue — He prefers immutability and using JS instead of directives. Announcing React InstantSearch v4 Instant search for all your apps— New features make it easy to build an autocomplete search experience in your React apps. React Batch: A Component for Performant Frequent Updates — Batches and flushes renders based on the number of items available. React Native WebView Messaging This package is used in RN app as a glue for WebGL component rendered inside WebView. If you have any issues with usage/installation just submit an issue. I'd appreciate your feedback. READ MORE. React Native Basics: Build a Currency Converter Learn to Use Navigation, Setup Redux, Design Components, Work with a Remote API, and More

React.js status issue 49




Next. js 3. 0: The Universal React App Toolchain — The stable release of Next. js v3. 0 arrived this week, bringing with it dynamic import support, static export support, code splitting and more. All About React Router 4 — A dive into React Router 4, how it’s so different from previous React Router versions, and why that is. Finally manage your services like a developer  Manifold is the simplest way to implement the services you need in your app. Manage logging, mail, databases and more with a single account. Start building your stack today. React Animations in Depth — Nader Dabit looks at five options you have for doing Web-based animations with React including the pros and cons of each. React Simple Maps: SVG Map React Components — A library of React components to make SVG maps using d3-geo and topojson. Good demos on the homepage and associated repo here. StackBlitz: An Online VS Code IDE for Angular + React Dev — Get the VS Code experience in your browser.  Introductory post here. React Day (Berlin): Call for Speakers Now Open — Taking place in Berlin on December 2. Submissions are open until September 20. How to Do End-to-End React Native Testing with Detox — An end-to-end testing library that can emulate user behavior and test how your app reacts to it. Creating A Ride-Booking App with React Native and Pusher — Learn how you can create a ride-booking app similar to Uber, Lyft or Grab with React Native. Case Study: How TravelPerk Decreased Their Build Times With Codeship Prototyping with React VR — An overview of Airbnb’s recent VR experiments UiZoo. js: A Way to Showcase React Components — Related blog post here, and live demo here. Reduce time spent debugging by 90% — Instantly know what's broken and why. Rollbar is monitoring, alerting, analytics for production errors. Try it.  

React.js status issue 53, React-PDF: Display PDF Files in Your React App




React-PDF: Display PDF Files in Your React App — Lets you use a ‘Document’ tag with a URL, base64 content or Uint8Array containing a PDF.  Demo. A Simple Component Lifecycle Simulator — Deepen your understanding of component lifecycle by stepping through each method in slow-motion. Takeoff: A Rapid Development Environment Designed for Hack Days  Oriented around Hapi, React, React Router v4, Redux, Postgres, and NGINX.  GitHub repo. Explore the Powerful Features of the ExtReact Grid for React Web Apps — A grid can be one of the most frustrating UI components to build in React. Try ExtReact for free today and see how easy it is to add the grid and many other data-driven components like D3 charts, graphs, calendar and more, into your applications. react-imgpro: An Image Processing Component — Processes an image with filters supplied as props and returns a base64 image. Using SVG Patterns for Backgrounds with React ROBIN WIERUCH Using the React Children API ALEX YOUNG How Bitmovin Used React and Redux to Develop Its New Dashboard LUKAS KRÖPFL The React License for Founders and CTOs — A startup founder and ex-Facebook engineer’s story of the BSD+Patents license. JAMES IDE What WebAssembly Means for React LIN CLARK   VIDEO   Creating an Asynchronous Loading Image Component in React Native WYATT MCBAIN   NATIVE   Free MongoDB hosting for your next app — Get started with MongoDB in minutes with our free tier, sponsored by AWS. MONGODB   TOOLS  SPONSORED   react-toggled: Build Simple, Flexible, and Accessible Toggle Components KENT C. ​ DODDS   CODE   react-idle: Notifies Your App When The User Is Idle — Provides an opportunity to do things while your app isn’t actively being used. REACT TRAINING   CODE   React Chat: A Chat App Built with React and Ruby on Rails 5. 1 LEARNETTO   CODE   react-offline-hoc: Higher-Order Component for Detecting Network Offline State KEVIN LIN   CODE   Creating a ride-booking app with React Native and Pusher PUSHER   SPONSORED  

React.js status issue 57




Lessons From Migrating A Large Codebase to React 16  React 16 was released last week and we included tons of related links in last week’s issue. Here, Discord shares their experiences in upgrading to it. Why There's No 100% Correct Way to Structure A React App — How one dev structures his React apps, but why there’s no universally ‘ideal’ approach. Build Better React Apps Faster with Kendo UI for React— Kendo UI continues to invest in new development to meet our customer’s changing needs, and we are now proud to announce support for the React JavaScript framework with our Kendo UI JavaScript wrappers for the React framework. Using Preact as a React Alternative — Ahmed Bouchefra takes a look at Preact, a lightweight version of React with a growing community that’s well suited to high-performance apps and slow 2G networks. Walmart Labs Open Sources Its Tool for Bringing React Native to Existing Mobile Apps 8 Key React Component Decisions — Standardize your React development with these key decisions. 'I’m Breaking up with Higher Order Components' — Why one developer is preferring to write declarative, readable and flexible React components using render props instead of HOCs. Redux: Architecting and Scaling A New Web App at The NY Times — How the NYT scaled a React app to serve more than a million users per month by leaning on Redux. React and React Native MORE React Slingshot: A Starter Kit for Rapid React App Development — React + Redux starter kit with Babel, hot reloading, testing, linting and a working example app. Create Beautiful, Dynamic React Apps with a Single Component Library - Try ExtReact for Free Today React Email Editor: A Drag-n-Drop Email Editor Component for React — Quite a significant project as it makes up the core of Unroll’s commercial service.

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Building an Android Game with Scala and Inkscape This is probably not a secret for anyone, but I am a big fan of the Scala programming language. I’ve been taught functional programming first in Scala, and since them I’ve never looked back. So when I decided to get into Android game development, choosing Scala was a no-brainer. GitHub - tferi/templateFX: TemplateFX is a JavaFX UI definition and reconcilation library, written in Scala. GitHub — templateFX TemplateFX is a JavaFX UI definition and reconciliation library, written in Scala. It brings React. js-like functionality to the JVM. The library offers a declarative, typesafe… Open in a new tab On Free Monads – Pere Villega Pere Villega — The concept of Free Monad is becoming popular, or at least I’ve seen plenty of mentions about it in the Scala Functional… Open in a new tab Top 10 Databases in the world - I'm Programmer When heedfully auricularly discerning developers verbalize about databases you will customarily aurally perceive buzz words like robust, scalable, efficient, etc. Discussions will fixate on the puissance of the DBMS (DataBase Management System) and how it integrates with other technologies. In our case, however, we don’t authentically care about most of those things. Instead we are going to be visually examining the cost of getting commenced, implements, the utilizer interface and availability of avail, especially avail for the abecedarian. Movio - Jobs: Go / Rust / Scala Engineer - Apply online https://www. workable. com — Movio is the global leader in marketing data analytics and campaign management software for cinema exhibitors, film distributors and studios. A company of Vista Group International Ltd…Open in a new tab BFG Repo-Cleaner by rtyley rtyley. github. io — The BFG is a simpler, faster alternative to git-filter-branch for cleansing bad data out of your Git repository history: git-filter-branch The git-filter-branch command is enormously powerful… Open in a new tab

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Functional Programming, Simplified   Hi, my name is Alvin Alexander. I wrote the Scala Cookbook for O’Reilly, and this is a website for my new book about Functional Programming in Scala. Scala Cookbook I haven’t settled on a final name for the book yet, but I’ve been using “Functional Programming, Simplified” as a working title. That name reminds me that the purpose of this book is to simplify the process of learning functional progr . . . READ MORE Scala Standard Library 2. 12. 0-91346c5-nightly scala-lang. org — This is the documentation for the Scala standard library. The scala package contains core types like Int, Float, Array or Option which are accessible in all Scala compilation units without… Open in a new tab UniCredit powers “Fast Data” customer-insight platform with Apache Spark, Scala,… Lightbend — UniCredit is a leading European financial group with an international network spanning 50 markets. With circa 8,500 branches…Open in a new tab Queries and Aggregations w/ Scala, part 2 As we saw in part 1, it took 2+ minutes, on my laptop, to run an aggregation across 6+ million crime cases. READ. Scala 2. 8 Collections API -- Views scala-lang. org — In summary, views are a powerful tool to reconcile concerns of efficiency with concerns of modularity. But in order not to be entangled in aspects of delayed evaluation, you should restrict… Open in a new tab 2016 Goals Update: Functional Programming Principles in Scala - SOFIACOLE As I mentioned in ‘One Year In’, I have a set of goals I’d love to achieve this year. READ. Why Scala? A look at introductory programming at Lund University   Recently, I was invited by Professor Björn Regnell at Lund University in southern Sweden—an hour from where I grew up––to give a seminar about one of my favorite topics: Scala––the programming language, platform, ecosystem and community that I am fortunate to have been a part of for the past nine years. Lund University Prof. Regnell told me that they're starting to use Scala as the introductory pr . . . READ MORE Dockerizing Scala - Codacy   A working docker installation (boot2docker is fine) Typesafe’s activator (or use . /activator found at the root of the git-repo – it will download the dependencies) Typesafe’s You can find/fork the sourcecode for all of the following on Github Github The sbt plugin sbt-native-packager provides a really easy way to deploy your sbt project as a docker container. sbt-native-packager In the following w . . .  READ MORE Scalafmt - code formatter for Scala "Hardest Program I've Ever Written" Scalafmt turns the mess on the left into the (hopefully) readable, idiomatic and consistently formatted Scala code on the right. Scalafmt Scalafmt is quite new. Still, it already seems to be useful for some people so it might also be useful for you. Scalafmt can format almost all of Spark, Akka, Scala. js and the IntelliJ Scala plugin. It's quite fast, too. Over . . .  READ MORE

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Scala 2016 - Scala 2016 conf. researchr. org — We welcome submissions on topics related to Scala, including (but not limited to): All deadlines are “Anywhere on Earth” (AoE) “Anywhere on Earth” (AoE) To accommodate the needs of… Open in a new tab davegurnell/shapeless-guide github. com — Content for my Scala World 2016 workshop on shapeless. This is a very early release of this material. The title, repo location,… Open in a new tab GitHub - regb/cafesat: The CafeSat SMT solver for Scala GitHub — CafeSat This is the official repository for the CafeSat source code. CafeSat is a SAT/SMT solver written entirely in Scala. The aim of CafeSat is to provide an efficient command-line tool to… Open in a new tab Announcing Doobie for Scala Exercises 47 Degrees - Reactive, scalable software — Good news, you can now learn Doobie the easy way by completing the new specialized exercise set in Scala Exercises! Scala Exercises Doobie, a Typelevel project originally developed by Rob…Open in a new tab How to make the Scala compiler review your code - Codacy Codacy | Blog — This is a blog post by our own Pedro Rijo on how to make the Scala compiler help you in reviewing your code. The original post can be found here. Pedro Rijo original post can be found here… Open in a new tab Scala Starter Kit Tudor Zgureanu — Mastering Scala seems to be an impossible mission. But taking the right approach will make the challenge way easier.   In this article I am going to share some resources and tips my friends… Open in a new tab BigData Development Consultant (Hadoop / Scala / Java) in Dublin, Ireland bullhornreach. com — Big Data Development Consultant Dublin City Centre, Ireland  BBBH9780Job Ref: We are assisting a high profile International Company with a new Software Development Centre in Dublin City… Open in a new tab java - What is the recommended way to do multithreading in Scala - Stack Overflow I am rather confused about what approach to take while writing multithreading code in Scala. I see three options:- Use Java style. . and use Scala where there are syntax issues. . e. g. there is no volatile keyword in Scala but fields can be marked volatile with @volatile, and there is no synchronized allowed on functions, but this. synchronized can be used As far as possible, use scala. concurrent. imp . . .  READ MORE Book of week  MORE  

Top 10 JavaScript Open Source




For the past month, we ranked nearly 250 JavaScript Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10. We compared projects with new or major release during this period.  Mybridge AI ranks projects based on a variety of factors to measure its quality for professionals. Average number of Github stars in this edition: 2,547 ⭐️ “Watch” JavaScript Top 10 Open Source on Github and get email once a month. Topics: Calendar, Validation, Face detection, 3D Game, Monetary values, Hotkeys, Carousel, AWS Amplify, VS Code theme, Magenta. js Open source projects can be useful for programmers. Hope you find an interesting project that inspires you. Rank 1 Tui. calendar v1. 0: A JavaScript calendar that everything you need [4772 stars on Github]. Courtesy of NHN Entertainment Rank 2 Ow: Function argument validation for humans [1795 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Sindre Sorhus ……[Tweet] Rank 3 Picojs: A face detection library in 200 lines of JavaScript [3849 stars on Github]. Courtesy of tehnokv ……[Blog Post] Rank 4 Babylon. js: a complete JavaScript framework for building 3D games with HTML 5 and WebGL [6701 stars on Github]. Courtesy of babylon. js ……[Announcing Babylon. js v. 3. 2] Rank 5 Dinero. js v1. 0: An immutable library to create, calculate and format monetary values.  [1191 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Sarah Dayan Rank 6 Hotkeys v3: A robust Javascript library for capturing keyboard input. It has no dependencies.  [1580 stars on Github]. Courtesy of kacper Rank 7 Glide 3. 0: A dependency-free JavaScript ES6 slider and carousel. It’s lightweight, flexible and fast. Designed to slide. No less, no more [3064 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Jędrzej Chałubek Rank 8 AWS Amplify GraphQL Client: A declarative JavaScript library for application development using cloud services.  [2544 stars on Github]. Courtesy of AWS Amplify …. . [Introducing the AWS Amplify GraphQL Client] Rank 9 Subliminal: An opinionated minimalistic VS Code theme for JavaScript [463 stars on Github]. Courtesy of Dan Abramov ……[Tweet] Rank 10 Magenta-js: Magenta. js: Music and Art Generation with Machine Intelligence in the Browser [109 stars on Github]. Courtesy of

Top Five Books to Learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud for Java Developers




Looking to learn more about Spring Boot and Spring Cloud? Then check out these five books to help get you started! If you are a Java developer and want to learn more about Spring Boot and Spring Cloud frameworks, you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared some of the best Spring Boot and Spring Cloud courses. Today, I am going to talk about some of the best books to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. But, before that, let's try to understand what are microservices and how Spring Boot and Spring Cloud help with the development of microservices in Java. Microservices are nothing but an extension of RESTful web services with the main objective being to break up your code into small, distributed, and independent services for better management. However, it does require a thoughtful design and a significant amount of preparation. Fortunately, Spring Boot and Spring Cloud simplify your microservice applications by providing common features and allowing you to focus on business logic by abstracting away details required for cloud-based development. Just like the Spring Framework simplifies Java development, Spring Boot removes the friction and boilerplate code involved with developing a REST-based service. Similarly, Spring Cloud provides a suite of tools for the discovery, routing, and deployment of microservices to the enterprise and the cloud. This is so that you don't need to focus on cloud-related details and can keep writing the Java application as you do now. Since Java development is now moving towards a cloud and microservice world, it's probably the best time to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, so that you can be ready for great opportunities in the near future. Best Spring Boot and Spring Cloud Books for Java Programmers Unfortunately, there are not many good books available on these frameworks, so we don't have many choices. At the same time, some of the available books are really awesome. As more and more Java developers are learning Spring Boot and Spring Cloud for developing cloud-based Java applications, you can expect more books to be written and released on these topics. For now, here are some of the best resources for learning Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. 1. Spring Boot in Action This is the best book to learn Spring Boot from none other than Craig Walls, who has taught most of Java developers' Spring Framework through his classic book Spring in Action. Craig has a wonderful ability to explain the complex and tedious concept in simple language with beautiful analogies. Along with that, you will find many beautiful examples in this book as well. The book covers almost all the essential topics in Spring Boot, starting from auto-configuration and starter dependencies with a general idea of how Spring Boot simplifies Java development. The book further explores advanced concepts — like the Spring Boot Actuator — to find out what's going on inside a Spring Boot application. It also looks at the Spring Boot CLI for even simpler Java Spring development with Groovy. In short, Spring Boot in Action is one of the best books to learn Spring Boot and a must read for any Java developer who wants to master the Spring Boot framework. 2. Cloud Native Java This is a gem of the book on cloud-based Java development . I don't think there is any other book that successfully covers the cloud-based Java development and building of a resilient distributed application using Spring, such as this book. Both authors, Josh Long and Kenny Bastani, are an authority on Spring framework and it shows in this book. The introductions of different aspects of Spring, e. g. MVC, configuration, and cloud, are very good. They have tried their best to keep this complex topic as simple as possible. In the beginning, cloud terminologies and services may seem overwhelming, but if you stick around and finish the book, you would have to build a strong foundation on building cloud-based Java applications using Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry . The book is divided into four major sections which covers the basics, developing distributed web services and microservices, data integration and deployment of a cloud-based application into production, and some guidelines on continuous integration and delivery. In short, this is one of the most comprehensive guides for developing cloud-based Java applications. 3. Spring Microservices in Action This is another great book on cloud-based Java development, but it focuses on microservices. Actually, this is the first book I read on this topic before starting with Cloud-Native Java. The author, John Carnell, is a senior cloud engineer with twenty years of experience in Java and it really shows in this book. He has done an excellent job of explaining the key microservices concepts and patterns like configuration, routing, scaling, and deploying your service with real-life examples. This book will also teach you how to build microservices-based applications using Java and the Spring platform. You will not only learn these concepts, but you will also get hands-on experience with microservices design while you build and deploy your first Spring Cloud application. Overall, this is an ideal book for Java developers with Spring experience who want to develop microservices applications in Java. 4. Learning Spring Boot 2. 0 This is another awesome book for learning Spring Boot 2. 0. This is the latest version of the popular Spring Boot framework. The author, Greg Turnquist, is an authority on Spring and works at Pivotal, the company behind the Spring Framework. He is a member of the Spring Data team and the lead for Spring Session MongoDB. He is also involved with the development of Spring Boot, Spring HATEOAS, and Spring Data REST, while also serving as editor-at-large for Spring's Getting Started Guide. All these experiences are apparent in this book. I particularly liked how he explained things in up-to-minor-level-details. For example, in the first Spring Boot examples, he explains what a @SpringBootAppliation is doing in terms of scanning for Spring component recursively, enabling auto-configuration and stating that the class itself can be a source of Spring beans. He then goes out and explains log and proves his points, which really consolidates the information. The book not only covers Spring Boot, but it also is very rich in testing Spring applications. The author is a bit of a test junky, having written the Python Testing Cookbook. Learning Spring Boot 2. 0 explores the landscape of developing microservices with Spring Boot and deploying the Spring Boot application into production. In short, this is a perfect book to learn Spring Boot for Java developers. 5. Mastering Spring Boot 2. 0 This is another relatively new book on Spring Boot by Dinesh Rajput. He is a fellow Java blogger and Spring enthusiast. He is also a Pivotal Certified Spring Professional and the author of Spring 5 Design Patterns, another fantastic book on the Spring framework. The full title of the book is "Mastering Spring Boot 2. 0: Build modern, cloud-native, and distributed systems using Spring Boot. " As the extended title explains, it also covers Spring Cloud and cloud-based Java development. In this book, you will start with Spring Boot 2. 0, the latest version of the Spring framework and then learn essential features, e. g. auto-configuration, starter dependencies, Actuator, Spring Boot CLI, etc. Once you are familiar with the basics, you will explore advanced things like customizing auto-configuration to meet your expectation. After that, the book explores the microservice and cloud landscapes by introducing key Spring Boot tools and services. In short, the book covers everything you need to know for developing Spring-based Java microservices applications, starting from development to testing and deployment. That's all for now regarding the best books to learn Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. These are the two  leading Java frameworks for developing cloud-based Java applications. These books will not only help you to learn the basics, but they also gives you the hands-on experience you need to create and deploy your own Java application on cloud. These books should be enough to learn cloud-based Java development, but if you need more assistance, you can also refer to Master MicroService development with Spring Boot for a more instructor-led learning. https://dzone. com/articles/top-5-books-to-learn-spring-boot-and-spring-cloud#mce_temp_url#

Vue.js Feed 80




  Hello there! This week we have seen many tutorials worth your attention, and mostly the tutorial by Firebase about SSR with Nuxt. js. Over 90% of the Vue. js Conference Amsterdam tickets are now sold out! Don’t miss your chance to be there! Also, more volunteers are needed, check below. So many new stuff every day we are trying to catch them all if we miss something give us a nudge. Enjoy!   vue-meteor v1. 0. 0-beta. 3 release GITHUB. COM – Share @Akryum has some updates for us, execute `meteor update` and upgrade your npm packages.   Vue NYC VUEJS. NYC – Share Want to get involved in VueNYC? Always interested in speakers, sponsoring, or hosts.   Server-Side Render Vue Apps with Nuxt. js (Server-side Rendering with JavaScript Frameworks) WWW. YOUTUBE. COM – Share Server Side Rendering Vue apps with Nuxt is super awesome!   Vuetiful Tabs (Part I) MEDIUM. COM – Share See how you can use Vuetify’s Tab Component to enable faster navigation between views, documents or commands, and are styled according to the Material Design Guidelines.   Easy Form Validation with VueJS + Boostrap MICHAELSORIANO. COM – Share A simple tutorial on how to achieve form validation with ease.   Deploy Vue to GitHub pages-the easy way! MEDIUM. COM – Share In this article, learn how to take the standard Vue Webpack template and modifying it to deploy to GitHub pages with ease.     Vuex Object-Relational Mapping Example Application VUEJSFEED. COM – Share Vuex ORM is a plugin for Vuex to enable Object-Relational Mapping.   real-time-earthquakes GITHUB. COM – Share A real-time visualization of earthquakes.   vue-cute-timeline GITHUB. COM – Share A cute timeline component for Vue. js.   WP_Image GITHUB. COM – Share Save images to WordPress.   Closing In case you’ve created or seen something awesome, related to Vue. js, submit it here to share it with the community.

vue.js feed issue 47




Vue. js feed Issue 47 News Will Vue. js Become a Giant Like Angular or React? 10CLOUDS. COM – Share Vue. js is a close partner of Angular and React in more and more article titles, taking the world by a storm. What makes Vue. js win developers’ hearts?   Using Mixins in Vue. js CSS-TRICKS. COM – Share Enter mixins. Mixins in Vue are useful for writing in a functional style because ultimately, functional programming is about making code understandable by reducing moving parts.   XSS in Vue. js VUEJSFEED. COM – Share An article about XSS in general and Vue. js in particular.   JavaScript’s new #private class fields MEDIUM. COM – Share What they are, how they work, and why they are the way they are. “JavaScript’s new #private class fields” is published by James Kyle in Thinkmill.   Tutorials Create and publish a Nuxt. js powered website on Github pages HACKERNOON. COM – Share How to build and share a static site from scratch in 5 minutes.   Introduction To Server Rendered Vue. js Apps With Nuxt CODINGTHESMARTWAY. COM – Share How to work with Nuxt by starting a new project from scratch.   Vue. js popover component VUEJSFEED. COM – Share A plugin that helps create messages in different positions when clicking on elements.   Let’s build a real-world app with Components and Templates MICHAELSORIANO. COM – Share Build a small application that demonstrates the simplicity of Vue.   Drag and Resize elements with VueDraggableResizable VUEJSFEED. COM – Share A Vue related component to create resizable and draggable elements, without any external dependencies.   Video Background component for Vue. js VUEJSFEED. COM – Share Add a video as the background of your page with the videobg component for Vue. jsprojects.   Add a headless CMS to VueJs in 5 minutes WWW. STORYBLOK. COM – Share In this short article, you can find out how you can use an api based CMS for components in combination with the progressive JavaScript Framework “Vue. js”.   Showcase Vulma Docs VULMA. ORG – Share Vue UI component library based on Bulma.   AutoServicePro WWW. AUTOSERVICEPRO. RO – Share Auto service software website in Romanian, based on Vue. js.  

Vue.js Feed Issue 48




    Greetings everyone, The past week, the first Vue. js conference took place in Poland and it was awesome. We had a great time meeting a lot of you guys and learned a ton of stuff by the awesome speakers. We expect the recordings from VueConf to be uploaded online soon. In the meantime, you can find some of the presentations in this issue. In other news, express-vue, the Vue rendering engine for Express. js, had a huge performance increase and NativeScript has launched a cool competition. News   Make your Apps Realtime with Firebase and Vue - Slides DOCS. GOOGLE. COM – Share A presentation created by Eduardo San Martin Morote for his talk “Make your Apps Realtime with Firebase and Vue” at VueConf. Animating Vue - Slides SLIDES. COM – Share A presentation created by Sarah Drasner for her talk “Animating Vue” at VueConf. Vue + Apollo + GraphQL - Slides SLIDES. COM – Share A presentation created by Guillaume Chau for his talk “GraphQL made easy with Vue. js” at VueConf. Express-Vue v3. 14. 1 GITHUB. COM – Share The Vue rendering engine for Express. js had a huge performance increase, in the latest release 3. 14. 1. 2017 Sweetness and Light Summer App Contest WWW. NATIVESCRIPT. ORG – Share NativeScript has launched a cool competition in the light of the release of the new Vue. js integration with NativeScript.  Participants have to create any kind of app and submit it, but it needs to use the Vue + NativeScript repo. Tutorials Building a 90 Day Planner with Laravel and Vue. js MEDIUM. COM – Share Multi-part tutorial for building a 90 Day Action Planner using Laravel and Vue. js to create a single page application. TDD with Vue. js BLOG. OCTO. COM – Share The point of this article is to explain the basics of developing Vue. js apps using TDD.   Stub file dependencies in Vue unit tests EDDYERBURGH. ME – Share Learn how to stub dependencies in Vue unit tests. This tutorial walks through 2 different ways of passing stubs to dependencies in unit tests.   Building an extendable calendar in Vue. js: Part 1 MEDIUM. COM – Share In this series of tutorials, you will learn how construct a lightweight, extendable calendar component in Vue. js.   4 Ways To Boost Your Vue. js App With Webpack VUEJSDEVELOPERS. COM – Share Webpack is an essential tool for VueJS apps, but is notoriously hard to understand.     Diggr - powered by Vue. js WEAREDIGGR. COM – Share Diggr is a website that analyzes tags on songs hosted on YouTube, and based on that it sorts them by genre - never miss a beat again.     Code & Plugins tastejs/hacker-news-pwas GITHUB. COM – Share Hacker News readers as Progressive Web Apps Vue, SVG, and TRON CODEPEN. IO – Share Moving around some SVGs with Vue events and perspective with style bindings, by Sarah Drasner. sdras/nuxt-type GITHUB. COM – Share Small demo showing custom page animations with a fake typography site Vuebar GITHUB. SERAFIN. IO – Share Vue 2 directive for custom scrollbar that uses native scroll behavior.   vanderleisilva/vue-bootstrap-validate GITHUB. COM – Share A bootstrap integrated validation component for Vue. js alidcastano/vue-content-loader GITHUB. COM – Share Converts markdown files with front matter into Vue components with a metadata property. David-Desmaisons/Vue-Semantic-Modal GITHUB. COM – Share Vue modal component for Semantic-Ui no jquery vue-a2b WWW. NPMJS. COM – Share Split testing for Vue. js. halebopp/vue-pomo GITHUB. COM – Share A progressive web app for the Pomodoro Technique, built with Vue 2. 0, Vuex and Firebase.  

Vue.js Feed Issue 49




Greetings everyone! Back to base for us, and with a clear mind we decided it’s time to write some thoughts down about our experience at VueConf, read below. The “Majesty of Vue. js 2”, is now complete with over 1700 readers, a big thank you to everyone who supported us, enjoy a discount coupon! Also, Vue. js chat is moving to Discord from Gitter after some discussions, and Voten goes opensource! Read more below. Stay tuned: The recordings of VueConf will be published for free on YouTube.   NEWS What we learned at VueConf VUEJSFEED. COM – Share The first official Vue. js conference is over and it has left us only good memories. Great talks, heartwarming community & a beautiful city. By looking back at the event, we decided to write down a few words for the most memorable things, those who made us think of new ideas and got us saying “I want to go home and code”.   The book "The Majesty of Vue. js 2" is 100% complete LEANPUB. COM – Share The book about Vue. js is 100% complete now.  Here is a discount coupon for everyone, thank you!   Gitter chat for Vue. js is moving to Discord VUEJSFEED. COM – Share The Vue team has decided to switch from Gitter to Discord.   vue-meteor has now code splitting support GITHUB. COM – Share Lazy-load your Vuejs components in your Meteor. js app! Code splitting has arrived.   Voten goes open-source VUEJSFEED. COM – Share The real-time community site Voten is now an open source project and recently made its first public beta.   GraphQL in the browser with Apollo-graphql - no build steps required GITHUB. COM – Share The apollo-client-browser as a browser-ready version of apollo-client now improved, by @Akryum.   Vue-Multiselect stable release MONTERAIL. GITHUB. IO – Share The selecting solution for Vue. js, vue-multiselect got a stable release, new features, changelog v2. 0 in progress.   GitLab was at VueConf 2017 sharing how they use Vue. js. ABOUT. GITLAB. COM – Share FilipaLacerda recaps her time at VueConf, explaining how we included Vue. js in our stack.   TUTORIALS A Progressive Web Application with Vue, Webpack & Material Design [Part 3] BLOG. SICARA. COM – Share This article is part of a series that aims to build a basic but complete Progressive Web Application with Vue. js, Webpack & Material Design, step-by-step and from scratch.   Migrating from KnockoutJS to Vue JES. AL – Share Some guidelines and examples on how to migrate from KnockoutJS to Vue.   Build a realtime chart with Vue and Pusher BLOG. PUSHER. COM – Share A tutorial on how to build realtime charts with Vue and Pusher.   Users authentication with Vue. js & Lumen MEDIUM. COM – Share User authentication is an important part of many web apps.   Migrating from Angular to Vue. js MEDIUM. LUCASKATAYAMA. COM – Share A solution to migrate from a Angular 1 application to Vue.   SHOWCASE iView WWW. IVIEWUI. COM – Share A High quality and rich functions, friendly APIs, free and flexible UI Toolkit based on Vue. js.   JOBS Full time Javascript developer - Full Time (Remote) VUEJOBS. COM – Share Regily: Our solution allows our partners to grow faster by removing friction in the sign-up process. It is super simple to integrate, globally localized and uses smart data to keep typing to a minimum.   Full Stack Developer - Full Time (Indianapolis, USA) LARAJOBS. COM – Share FORCE Communications: We are actively seeking a developer to assist with our growing development tasks. We seek coders who stay up-to-date with current trends, enjoy the challenges of development, that have the passion and drive to push themselves, and are fiercely loyal to finding the best solution. Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): requirements, systems analysis, code creation, testing, build/release technical documentation, and customer technical support. We use Laravel and Vue. js as our frameworks of choice and would prefer a developer with experience in these frameworks (or similar MVC and JS frameworks).   CODE AND PLUGINS Vue. js devtools for Firefox ADDONS. MOZILLA. ORG – Share DevTools extension for debugging Vue. js applications, finally for Firefox.   react-vue GITHUB. COM – Share Run Vue in React and React Native.   VueXcode GITHUB. COM – Share Color highlighting for . Vue components in Xcode   vueniverse GITHUB. COM – Share Vueniverse is a full-stack JavaScript starter project.   vue-paper-dashboard GITHUB. COM – Share Creative Tim Paper Dashboard made for Vue.   vue-croppa GITHUB. COM – Share A simple straightforward customizable image cropper for Vue. js.   vue-lite-scroll GITHUB. COM – Share vue-lite-scroll - A lightweight Vue component for scrolling content (with sexy scrollbars).   nativescript-vue-webpack-template GITHUB. COM – Share NativeScript Vue. js template with webpack and . vue file support.     Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis & Alex Kyriakidis. Looking forward to the next issue, until then, stay cool.  

Vue.js Feed Issue 50




Hello! Already 50 issues, how time flies! The Quasar team has released version 0. 14 Beta, check it out! In VueConf related news, the first recordings have been uploaded (everyone can watch them for free), and 2 more related articles are out, one coming from the guys who organized the whole thing, Monterail. Also, in this week’s newsletter, you can find tutorials about role authentication, a location-based app and other resources about Vue. js. News A Whole New Quasar Released as 0. 14 Beta BETA. QUASAR-FRAMEWORK. ORG – Share Quasar Framework has an ingenious new Layout component, which makes working with the layout an incredible breeze. There are two themes to choose from: iOS or Material and both can be customized completely to your app’s CI. The version 0. 14 Beta represents a huge milestone in the evolution of the framework. Also, there is a great article to help you get started “Introduction for Beginners”. Perks and highlights of VueConf 2017 WWW. MONTERAIL. COM – Share With this piece, we will explain you what is the main idea behind the conference and give you a recap of VueConf itself in case you missed it. Onsen UI for Vue. js is officially released ONSEN. IO – Share Onsen UI has full Vue. js support - build awesome mobile apps! Lots of components, docs & samples.   After months of grooming the Vue. js bindings to a sweet and stable spot, the Onsen UI team is happy to announce that our bindings for Vue. js are now available as a permanent product. The first recordings of VueConf released VUEJSFEED. COM – Share Videos of VueConf 2017 have been uploaded. You can watch Evan You, Chris Fritz, and Sean Larkin. TUTORIALS Role Based Authentication using Vue. js MEDIUM. COM – Share Role-based authentication is an approach to restricting system access to authorized users.  Learn how to implement this feature using Vuex. Building a custom Google Map component with Vue. js MEDIUM. COM – Share The Google Maps API is a great service for displaying location-based data such as marker points. Take the steps described in the tutorial to create your own GoogleMap component in Vue. js. A Progressive Web Application with Vue. js, Webpack & Material Design [Part 3] BLOG. SICARA. COM – Share This article is part of a series that aims to build a basic but complete PWA with Vue. js, Webpack & Material Design, step-by-step and from scratch. Build a Location-based Chatroom with Firebase and Vue. js CODEBURST. IO – Share How to make a location-based chatroom and have fun. CODE AND PLUGINS vuejs-firebase-shopping-cart GITHUB. COM – Share Shopping cart demo using Vuejs and Firebase. vue-docgen-api GITHUB. COM – Share Toolbox to extract information from Vue component files for documentation generation purposes. v-img GITHUB. COM – Share Directive for creating fast image galleries. SemVue GITHUB. COM – Share Semantic-ui components for Vue projects. vue-multilanguage GITHUB. COM – Share Plugin for multilanguage usage. vue-content-loader GITHUB. COM – Share Converts markdown files with front matter into Vue components with a metadata property. vue-tippy GITHUB. COM – Share Vue. js component for the Tippy. js tooltip tibrary.

Week in Spring - 4.7.2017.




Introducing Spring Cloud Function Spring Cloud Function is a new project with the following high-level goals: Promote the implementation of business logic via functions. Decouple the development lifecycle of business logic from any specific runtime target so that the same code can run as a web endpoint, a stream processor, or a task. Support a uniform programming model across serverless providers, as well as the ability to run standalone (locally or in a PaaS). Enable Spring Boot features (auto-configuration, dependency injection, metrics) on serverless providers. READ Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! If you’re in the US, then let me wish you a happy 4th of July! We’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it! Spring Data ninja Thomas Risberg has just announced Spring Cloud Data Flow 1. 2. 2. This new version improves compatibility with Spring Boot 1. 5. 4 which in turn brought in a new version of Spring Data. The Spring Framework Guru web portal has an interesting look at what’s new in Spring Framework 5! Check it out! I liked this post on Bozho’s Tech Blog on setting up the epic Spring Boot Admin for monolithic applications, eschewing some of the more common, albeit more complex, setups. our friend Petri Kainulainen is back at it again this time with a new newsletter that looks to capture discussions of testing in Java. This seems like a no-brainer thing to follow for interesting content! Nice job, as usual, Petri! I love this nicely illustrated look at what constitutes a Spring bean. Baeldung has a nice Spring Cloud tutorial that’s worth checking out. I was very honored to be nominated as one of the top java influencers by JAX 2017 along with Spring Data lead Oliver Gierke. This is an honor. Thank you. :) don’t miss reactive web ninja Arjen Poutsma’s talk introducing functional reactive Spring! Speaking of reactive, this upcoming webinar on reactive Spring Data Couchbase looks promising! - check it out! I liked this demo of a (reactive) Spring WebFlux application that connects to Twitter’s streaming API Spring Cloud Data Flow 1. 2. 2 Released On behalf of the team, I am pleased to announce the general availability of Spring Cloud Data Flow 1. 2. 2. Local Server: Quick Start, Getting Started Guide Due to the popular demand from the community, the primary goal of this maintenance release is to bring Spring Boot 1. 5. 4 compatibility in Spring Cloud Data Flow. READ MORE. . .    

When Will Java 11 Replace Java 8 as the Default Java?




The latest version of the Java Development Kit, Java 11, is out. Ever since JDK Beta made its debut back in 1995, there has been continuous development of the platform for this high-level, general-purpose programming language. The release of Java 11 followed Java 10 only by 6 months. This is in line with the proposal made by Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of the Java platform, back in 2017. He proposed to replace the two-year schedule with a twice-a-year release cycle. At the moment, Java 8 and Java 11 are the LTS (long-term support) versions. The end of public updates for Java 8 is scheduled for January of 2019 for commercial use. For non-commercial use, the same is scheduled at an unspecified date in December of 2020. What’s interesting with Java 11, aside from all the added, removed, and deprecated features, is that it won’t be supported by Oracle. In its place, the OpenJDK community will provide long-term support, most probably in the form of AdoptOpenJDK. What About Other Java Releases? With the release of Java 11, support for Java 10 ended. This is because it was a rapid release version, like Java 9, which contained support that has also been removed. Though JDK versions prior to Java 8 are still supported by organizations on a commercial basis, it is highly recommended to uninstall pre-Java 8, especially from Windows computers. Before answering the question: “when will Java 11 replace Java 8 as the default version of Java?,” let us first get to know Java 11 better. New in Java 11 Each release of Java introduces a number of new features. However, this time, it’s bigger and better. Java 11 adds a multitude of new features to the existing feature list. Here are some of the most important ones: Additions 10 new scripts, including Adlam, Newa, Tangut, and Zanabazar Squar A scalable, low-latency garbage collector, ZGC or Z Garbage Collector, is added along with Epsilon GC, an experimental No-op Garbage Collector Accessible via JVMTI, a low-overhead heap profiling is now available Addition of a new default method toArray (IntFunction) to the java. util. Collection interface ChaCha20 and ChaCha20-Poly1305 ciphers are available. ChaCha20 is a new stream cipher meant to replace the old, and insecure as well, RC4 stream cipher Combines Unicode 9. 0. 0 and 10. 0. 0 Enhanced SunEC provider, supporting 4 additional Brainpool curves Implementation of a new key agreement scheme using Curve25519 and Curve448 Improved Java launcher to run a program supplied as a single file of Java source code Includes the implementation of the TLS 1. 3 Introduction of  jceks. key. serialFilter, a security property JVM now supports the arrangement of classes and interfaces into a nest, a brand new access-control context New command line flag, -XX:+UseDynamicNumberOfCompilerThreads. It is added to dynamically control compiler threads RSASSA-PSS signature algorithm support is added to the SunMSCAPI provider Standardized HTTP Client Support for the Kerberos 5 encryption types of aes128-cts-hmac-sha256-128 and aes256-cts-hmac-sha384-192 Updated locale data based on the Unicode Consortium’s CLDR (Common Locale Data Registry) var, a reserved type name, is usable when declaring the formal parameters of a lambda expression Removals Not only has the latest iteration of the Java Development Kit introduced a plethora of features, but it also has axed some of its older features. Most of them have been deprecated in previous Java releases. Features and options that are no longer available in JDK 11 include: The  appletviewer tool. It was depreciated in JDK 9 Bundled fonts. Hence, JDK 11 relies solely on fonts installed on the operating system com. sun. awt. AWTUtilities class, which received depreciation in JDK 10 CORBA and Java EE modules JavaFX modules, now available as a separate set of modules Java Plugin and Java WebStart technologies. Java Control Panel, for configuring the deployment technologies, is removed along with the shared system JRE and the JRE Auto Update mechanism jdk. snmp module JMC (Java Mission Control). However, it is available as a separate downloadable module Specification for JVM monitoring and management through SNMP, JVM-MANAGEMENT-MIB. mib sun. misc. Unsafe. defineClass class. Its replacement is java. lang. invoke. MethodHandles. Lookup. defineClass  sun. nio. ch. disableSystemWideOverlappingFileLockCheck and  sun. locale. formatasdefault properties Support for images with alpha is no longer available to the javax. imageio JPEG plugin  Thread. destroy() and Thread. stop(Throwable) methods Depreciations With the release of every major version of the Java platform, there are some depreciations alongside inclusions and exclusions. JDK 11 deprecates: Command line arguments -XX:+UnlockCommericalFeatures and -XX:+LogCommercialFeatures jcmd commands: VM. check_commercial_features and VM. unlock_commercial_features Nashorn JavaScript engine, corresponding APIs, and jjs tool Pack200 API in java. util. jar and pack200 and unpack200 tools Stream-based GSSContext methods, including acceptSecContext, getMIC, initSecContext, unwrap, verifyMIC, and wrap ThreadPoolExecutor, the finalize method that shut down the thread pool does nothing VM option –XX:+AggressiveOpts Check this for in-depth details about additions, removals, and deprecations made in the JDK 11. So When Will Java 11 Replace Java 8 as The Default Java? The simplest answer is: not anytime soon! We already discussed that some organizations, and individuals as well, still rely on pre-Java 8 versions for continuing their operations. This will be true for Java 8 also. Moreover, it is an LTS version that means it will outlast the rapid release versions. Another argument that supports this idea is that Java 11 is relatively new. Therefore, it will take some time to gain traction. Most of the businesses that are already mushrooming with the deployment of Java 8 will continue reaping benefits from it. Can’t decide which one to use for using Java 11? OpenJDK or Oracle JDK. Well, here’s a contrast between the two to help you make your selections. OpenJDK Vs. Oracle JDK Attempts for making OpenJDK and Oracle JDK binaries as similar as possible are in action. Nonetheless, there are still several dissimilarities between the two in the 11th major release of Java. Some of the most important ones are: APIs, like javafx and resource management, are not included in OpenJDK binaries but in Oracle JDK binaries OpenJDK allow the use of unsigned third-party crypto providers, whereas Oracle JDK requires that such providers be signed with an Oracle-provided certificate OpenJDK comes with only Java Development Kit while Oracle JDK additionally offers Java Runtime Environment OpenJDK is available as a compressed archive (tar. gz or . zip). On the contrary, Oracle JDK is available as installers (deb, msi, deb, etc. ) OpenJDK is available under GPLv2wCP license while Oracle JDK is released under the OTN license Output for java -version is different in OpenJDK than in Oracle JDK The contents of \legal\java. desktop\freetype. md are different for both OpenJDK and Oracle JDK Usage logging is exclusive to Oracle JDK Using –XX:+UnlockCommercialFeatures flag will result in OpenJDK throwing an error and halting. On the contrary, using the same in Oracle JDK will print a warning but execution will continue While OpenJDK offers Alpine Linux, Oracle JDK offers Solaris Hope this helps you make your JDK selections! Start Learning Java today! by  Vijay Singh ORIGINAL  
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