Modern web development has brought forth two main types of applications: Single Page Apps (SPA) and Server Side Rendered apps (SSR). While each has its advantages, Nuxt offers a unique approach that combines the benefits of both types. This article delves deeper into the workings of SPAs, SSRs, and the innovative Universal Rendering of Nuxt.
Many developers (myself included) were excited when Vue.js version 3.3 introduced several functionalities from Vue Macros, the collection of proposed additions to Vue.js that extend its basic functionalities with syntactic sugar. In this post, you will learn about Vue Macros that became a part of Vue version 3.3 and how you can use them if you are not yet on version 3.3.
Using breadcrumbs can be beneficial for a complex site since it provides users a clear visual understanding of the site hierarchy and a more straightforward approach for a user to retrace their steps, improving their experience and engagement while reducing the bouncing rates for our sites. In this post, we will discover the step-by-step process of creating an intuitive Breadcrumbs component with Nuxt and Storefront UI in our comprehensive guide.
Reactivity is one of the key features that make Vue.js a powerful framework for building interactive and dynamic web applications. It allows developers to declaratively define relationships between data and the UI, ensuring that changes in data are automatically reflected in the UI and vice versa. This article will explore the concept of reactivity in Vue 3, discussing the reactivity model, reactive data, computed properties, and reactivity caveats.
When developing a large application with multiple components, it is important to prioritize creating components that are customizable, scalable, and reusable. In this blog post, we will discuss how to create an outside click wrapper component in Vue.js. This component will enable users to open a popover by clicking on a specific element and close it by clicking anywhere outside the popover.
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