Excellent Coverage of Vue.js and the Beard CSS Framework through Episode 33 of the Full Stack Radio Podcast

The Full Stack Radio podcast had an excellent episode covering Vue.js and a CSS framework named Beard through a discussion with David Hemphill. I’ve mentioned Vue.js before. In this case, I like Hemphill’s discussion (starting at 11:19 of JavaScript fatigue and his reasons for using Vue.js. This discussion reminds me of the old days of … Continue reading Excellent Coverage of Vue.js and the Beard CSS Framework through Episode 33 of the Full Stack Radio Podcast

QP: More Vue.js goodness on the Changelog podcast including a great discussion about the nature of open source and personal projects

Yet another great discussion about Vue.js on the Changelog podcast (http://5by5.tv/changelog/184). Whereas the Fullstack Radio interview (https://eli4d.com/?s=Fullstack+vue.js) focuses on where to begin with Vue.js, the Changelog’s interview focuses on Vue’s origin as well as its comparison with other frameworks. One additional aspect that this episode touches on is the nature of open source and the … Continue reading QP: More Vue.js goodness on the Changelog podcast including a great discussion about the nature of open source and personal projects

QP: About Vue.js from its creator

I initially heard about Vue.js (http://vuejs.org) in one of the episodes from the Laravel Podcast (http://www.laravelpodcast.com/episodes/19454-episode-37-i-love-the-things-you-are-saying) where the hosts praised Vue’s clarity and closeness to plain ‘old JavaScript object. This week the Full Stack Radio podcast (http://www.fullstackradio.com/30) had an excellent interview with the creator of Vue.js (Evan You) covering Vue’s origin, as well as best … Continue reading QP: About Vue.js from its creator

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 064: State of JavaScript Report for 2018 and Google’s Flutter

Check out the State of JavaScript Report for 2018 The yearly “State of JavaScript” report has come out. It’s a survey of over twenty thousand developers and this year’s survey is beautiful in terms of visualization and succinctness. The results of this year’s survey show through amazing periodic table type of charts with conclusions through … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 064: State of JavaScript Report for 2018 and Google’s Flutter

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 046: Programming Language Affordance and DHH’s Reason for StimulusJS Creation

Tech Pick (Programming Language Affordance) I am a huge fan of Sandi Metz. She’s like one of those Zen masters that snap their students out of their current perceptual ruts. In a recent article (‘What Does OO Afford’) Sandi goes into a great reflection about Object Oriented programming and the affordances that this approach provides. … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 046: Programming Language Affordance and DHH’s Reason for StimulusJS Creation