This project is written to share the usage of Web Work in the Nuxt3 app. Web Work is a fantastic feature of modern front-end web development which can provide the possibility of multithread computing on the web frontend. The combination of Web Worker and the popular SSR framework Nuxt3 can provide unlimited possibilities.
When writing a TypeScript code, you will often see the "extends" keyword. But please be careful! This keyword works differently according to its context. In this article, explore how to use "extends" in three different ways in TypeScript.
One of the most powerful features of modern single-page web applications (SPA) is routing. Modern single-page apps such as a Vue application can transition from page to page on the client-side (without requesting the server). Vue Router which is the official library for page navigation in Vue applications is simple to use, yet powerful. In this article, we will deep dive into using Vue Router 4 (with Vue 3).
In the Vue.js ecosystem, Nuxt.js and Vuetify have emerged as popular frameworks that offer incredible capabilities for building robust and visually stunning web applications. This article contains A Comprehensive Guide for Vue Developers and beginners to create stunning user experiences.
In Nuxt.js, middleware are custom functions that run before rendering a page or group of pages. Its use-cases may include checking authentication, modifying the server response, or accessing cookies. In this article understand the various types of middleware and how they work in Nuxt 3.
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