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A weekly discussion among Vue developers about Vue and it's ecosystem.

    VoV 098: Gridsome and Gridsome Plugins

    VoV 098: Gridsome and Gridsome Plugins

    Lindsay has been working with Gridsome for a while and leads the discussion about what Gridsome is and how it works. A bit of time is spent comparing it to Gatsby from the React Ecosystem. Lindsay also walks the panel through the process of building a Gridsome plugin.


    Panelists


    Charles Max Wood
    Lindsay Wardell
    Deane Venske
    Austin Gil
    Devlin Duldulao
    Steve Edwards


    Sponsors


    Springboard | Promo code "JABBER" gives $500 off the job-guaranteed Course
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    Links


    The ultimate guide to comments for static sites – Shifter
    Views on Vue on Facebook
    Follow Views on Vue on Twitter @viewsonvue


    Picks

    Devlin Duldulao:



    Octotree


    Steve Edwards:



    King Kong Apparel


    Lindsay Wardell:



    Magic: Legends


    Austin Gil:



    Tailwind
    Particles
    Knife sharpener


    Deane Venske:



    Toggl - Free Time Tracking Software


    Charles Max Wood:



    The Man In the High Castle
    Magician: Apprentice


     

    • 1 tim. 13 min
    VoV 097: Views on Vue Live at Gitlab Commit 2019

    VoV 097: Views on Vue Live at Gitlab Commit 2019

    In this episode of Views on Vue, Charles Max Wood interviews speakers at GitLab Commit 2019. Eddie Zaneski from Digital Ocean talks about "Creating a CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab and Kubernetes in 20 minutes", Shamiq Islam from Coinbase talks about "Closing the SDLC Loop- Automating Security" and Jasmine James, from Delta Airlines, discusses " How Delta Became Cloud Native-Avoiding the Vendor Lock".


    Eddie, Shamiq, and Jasmine give the 5 min "elevator pitch" for the talks they gave at the conference.


    In his talk, Eddie deploys a fake startup going through the whole pipeline: building the application, containerizing an application and shipping it off to Kubernetes.


    Shamiq, talks about how the conventional approach to security is to consider it at the very end after all developer has wrapped up their work and why that should change.


    Jasmine explains more in-depth what it means for a big corporation like Delta to be in a Vendor Lock.


    Sponsors




    Cachefly




    Links




    Creating a CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab and Kubernetes in 20 minutes by Eddie Zaneski



    Hacktoberfest presented by DigitalOcean and DEV



    Commit Brooklyn 2019: Closing the SDLC Loop - A Security Panel by Shamiq Islam



    Commit Brooklyn 2019: How Delta Became Truly Cloud Native - Avoiding the Vendor-Lock by Jasmine James

    • 52 min
    VoV 096: Cordova and Vue with Daniel Purcell

    VoV 096: Cordova and Vue with Daniel Purcell

    In this episode of Views on Vue the panel interviews Daniel Purcell, asking him about using Cordova with Vue. He starts by explaining what Cordova is and how to get started with Cordova. The panel discusses using VueCLI with Cordova. Daniel explains how to make your app look like a mobile app and recommends some tools to help your app look more native. 


    The panel asks about the cons of using Cordova. Daniel explains how there is a small hit to the performance that rarely affects whether they use Cordova. The panel brings up the common complaint of camera problems, Daniel explains how to get past it. 


    The benefits of using Cordova are considered next. Daniel explains that debugging and building with Cordova is fast. It is also very economical because you can reuse much of your web apps in your mobile apps. He explains how easy it is to do this and walks the panel through it. They discuss push notifications. Daniel shares some of the apps they have built, the challenges they faced and how they overcame them. 


    The panel asks Daniel about testing Cordova apps, he walks them through beta testing in the Google play store and Testflight for iOS. The panel is intrigued by Codepush and how it allows you to dynamically update. Daniel shares resources for getting started and gotchas for developers to watch out for when using Cordova.


    Panelists



    Charles Max Wood



    Lindsay Wardell



    Deane Venske



    Austin Gil




    Guest



    Daniel Purcell




    Sponsors  



    CacheFly




    ____________________________________________________________

    "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today!


    ____________________________________________________________

    Links



    https://github.com/m0dch3n/vue-cli-plugin-cordova 



    https://ionicframework.com/ 



    Announcing the Ionic Vue Beta 



    https://microsoft.github.io/code-push/ 



    Hero Kids - Fantasy RPG 



    https://www.velocitywebworks.com



    https://getyourmarriageon.com/



    https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue



    https://twitter.com/viewsonvue




    Picks

    Charles Max Wood:




    Terry Brooks



    The MaxCoders Guide To Finding Your Dream Developer Job




    Lindsay Wardell:




    https://zapier.com/



    The Terrible Two




    Deane Venske:




    The Santa Clause



    The Santa Clause 2



    The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause



    Raymond E. Feist




    Daniel Purcell:




    Brandon Mull



    It's a Wonderful Life



    https://www.vim.org/




    Austin Gil:




    Settings Sync 



    Web Accessibility Extension - Visual Studio Code



     Polacode 


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    • 58 min
    VoV 095: New to Vue with Mirjam Bäuerlein

    VoV 095: New to Vue with Mirjam Bäuerlein

    In this episode of Views on Vue the panel interviews Mirjam Bäuerlein, a developer who is new to Vue. Mirjam starts by explaining her coding journey. She has been coding as a hobby since she was 11 and about 3 years ago decided to make it a career. Her work at the time moved her to frontend development in React; giving her the shot that she needed to get a jump on her new career path. Her newest job is using Vue and is the reason she switched to Vue. 


    The panel asks Mirjam about her first impressions of Vue and how she is enjoying the language. She shares with the panel what she enjoys about Vue and what she misses about React. Mirjam tells the panel what it has been like getting into development in recent years since most of the panel has been coding for a much longer. She explains how overwhelming it is learning code in the technology-saturated environment. 


    They discuss the challenges Mirjam faced, deciding where to start, staying focus on one thing and stemming the desire to try everything she found. They discuss the power of starting with basics such as CSS and HTML. They consider all the things you can do just by knowing CSS and HTML. 


    Mirjam gave a talk on how dog training relates to test-driven development. She trained dogs for years before becoming a developer and is very passionate about testing and test-driven development. These two passions drove her to give this talk. The panel asks her a few questions about training developers and how training dogs relate to test-driven development. 


    They continue to discuss testing and what tests are best. Mirjam loves unit tests. She explains why she thinks they are the best. The panel brings up a tweet explaining that integrations were the best. They debate what are the best types of tests but they all agree in the end. Just test your applications. She shares tips for writing and debugging tests. She finishes by explain what conference buddy is. 


    Panelists



    Charles Max Wood



    Lindsay Wardell



    Steve Edwards



    Austin Gil




    Guest



    Mirjam Bäuerlein




    Sponsors  



    CacheFly




    ____________________________________________________________

    "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today!


    ____________________________________________________________

    Links


     

    https://www.duolingo.com/ 



    https://www.cloudflare.com/products/cloudflare-workers/ 



    RuhrJS2019: Mirjam Bäuerlein: Reinforce yourself: a tale of dog training and test-driven development 



    https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue



    https://twitter.com/viewsonvue




    Picks

    Charles Max Wood:




    https://adventofcode.com/ 



    https://javascriptforum.net/




    Lindsay Wardell:




    Paleo Maple Pecan Apple Crisp {Vegan} 




    Steve Edwards:




    https://www.needtobreathe.com/




    Mirjam Bäuerlein:




    https://www.conferencebuddy.io/ 



    https://exercism.io/




    Austin Gil:




    https://www.cloudflare.com/



    https://www.duolingo.com/

    • 1 tim. 1 min.
    VoV 094: Head to Toe Development Set Up

    VoV 094: Head to Toe Development Set Up

    In this episode of Views on Vue the panel shares what their set-ups look like. They start by discussing IDE and text editors. Most of them use VScode for their setups but they like to use others when they need them. The panelist list some of their favorite plugins, Vetur, Prettier, Vue peeks, NPM, word counters, and spell checkers. They talk about Vue CLI and other CLIs they use. 


     


    Next, they talk about what machines they are all using. Most are currently using a Mac Book Pro. They discuss the pros and cons of using Mac products. Charles Max Wood talks about the desktop he built and how his next computer will be a PC. They consider Linux on Windows. They also compare Linux and Mac. Source code and deployment are discussed as well. 


     


    They finish by sharing the physical set-ups in their offices. They discuss furniture, how many monitors they use, how big their monitors are and the tools that make their day more comfortable. They discuss the merits of sitting and standing while working. Desk treadmills are considered. They also talk about working at home compared to working from the office. 


    Panelists



    Charles Max Wood



    Devlin Duldulao 



    Lindsay Wardell



    Steve Edwards




    Sponsors  



    Sentry– use the code “devchat” for two months free on Sentry’s small plan



    CacheFly




    Links



    https://system76.com/pop 



    https://desktop.github.com/ 



    https://jfrog.com/artifactory/ 



    https://about.gitlab.com/



    https://www.sharemouse.com/ 



    Conquer Under Desk Portable Electric Treadmill Walking Pad 



    Anti Fatigue Standing Desk Mat 



    https://vuetifyjs.com/en/



    https://github.com/nuxt/create-nuxt-app



    https://nuxtjs.org/



    https://github.com/vuejs/vetur



    https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue



    https://twitter.com/viewsonvue




    Picks

    Charles Max Wood:




    A Christmas Story



    Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer



    The Little Drummer Boy



    Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town



    The Ultimate Gift




    Lindsay Wardell:




    https://thedangercrew.com/




    Steve Edwards:




    https://laughingsquid.com/mouse-cleans-up-tool-shed/ 




    Devlin Duldulao:




    Rhinos

    • 1 tim.
    VoV 093: Vuetensils with Austin Gil

    VoV 093: Vuetensils with Austin Gil

    In this episode, the panel interviews Austin Gil, author of Vuetensils. Austin begins by explaining that Vuetensils is and why he wrote it. Vuetensils is a UI library filled with naked components that make it easy to build accessible apps. The panel explains that it is not as opinionated as other libraries making it easy to style yourself. 


    The panel discusses the need for accessibility and how painful it can be to write accessible apps. Austin explains that developers are what make accessibility hard. The web was designed to be accessible but incorporating design and style complicates it. Austins shares some of the components in Vuetensil and what they do for your app. 


    Vuetensils, Austin explains is designed to be as out of the way as possible while still giving you what you need. He explains how it differs from libraries like Vuetify and Bootstrap, with these tools you get everything. Vuetensils makes you choose the components you want, forcing you to stay lightweight. Vuetensils is ideal for small projects where you don’t need a lot of UI components. 


    Finally, the panel discusses the testing of Vuetensils. Austin explains that the library is still young and that he is still working on testing. He explains his plans for the future of Vuetensils and what it will take to get to a version 1 release. The panel discusses how to get started with Vuetensils and how to support it. 


    Panelists



    Charles Max Wood



    Lindsay Wardell



    Steve Edwards




    Guest:



    Austin Gil




    Sponsors  



    Sentry– use the code “devchat” for two months free on Sentry’s small plan



    CacheFly




    ____________________________________________________________

    "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today!

    ___________________________________________________________


     


    Links



    https://vuetensils.stegosource.com/ 



    https://www.w3.org/



    https://www.facebook.com/ViewsonVue



    https://twitter.com/viewsonvue




    Picks

    Charles Max Wood:




    White Christmas 



    Holiday Inn 



    The Court Jester 



    The MaxCoders Guide To Finding Your Dream Developer Job 




    Lindsay Wardell:




    https://typora.io/




    Steve Edwards:




    Death Nut Challange 2.0 




    Austin Gil:




    Get involved in the Vue community

    • 47 min

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