I have been using VueJS for many projects. For some reasons, I enjoy working with VueJS more that React. Both frameworks are good enough for simple to complex web apps (and SPAs).
To embed third party content using
iframe, the WebExtension may need to intercept HTTP response and modify headers but isn’t it bad in terms of security? That’s what I thought.
Too many ducks? Let’s replace them to make the web a better place for duck lovers.
While building a social automation and management tool, I wanted to test Twitter Streaming API on NodeJS.
Simulating a simple browser agent and executing GET or POST requests can be done by any HTTP Client. But what will you do if your target is something only a real browser can do?
Vue.js is often compared to other libraries like React, Angular, Knockout, Ember etc. If you are a React fan, chances are that you may not agree with me but that is fine.
There are a lot of things you need to do each day. You need to make sure you finish your tasks in a timely manner. You are fully focused on your computer and don’t know what is happening around you.
This is the very first post on this blog. Unable to find a cool title, I just kept it “Hello World”.