These three options can be confusing for a beginner and it takes a while to know how and when to use then. Here are some quick tips to help. Methods Always use these when binding events. In other words when something (aka an event) happens such as a user has clicked a button. An example… Read More »
If you’ve come across the @ and : symbol in Vue and you have forgotten what they mean, then there is an easy way to remember them. Imagine @ looking similar to an ‘o’ (aka the letter). This letter is contained in v-on. Therefore v-on can be replaced with @. We can also get rid… Read More »
Heat is a killer for all things electronic, non more so than a laptop. Recently, Australia has hit a heat wave where it’s been over 35 degrees C for several consecutive days peaking at about 39 degs. Inside the house without AC, the temperature is around 30 degs. Combining this with ClickUp which recently has… Read More »
This is a neat video that explains very clearly what arrow functions are. How does become Here are the steps: Another advantage is when using anonymous functions. But the main difference is when using the “this” keyword.