The simple example from Vue Testing Library (1/2) can be used to build a wide range of complex test scenarios. For this we often need additional resources, which we will look at in more detail here.
For the testing of a current lottery project we were looking for a testing library that focuses on testing close to the expected user behavior.
Forms sometimes feel like different USB formats: Some are intuitive, but many require three rotations until they finally fit.
Even though NuxtJS helps with the complexity of Server Ride Rendering (SSR), error messages will appear sooner or later. Sven (Wagner) explains in his article when the problem occurs, what hydration is, what the causes are and how these errors can be monitored automatically.
Sophie and Hannes were present at the CSS- and JSConf EU 2019 in Berlin. They talk about a visiting tradition, talks without much fuss, open cultures and an exemplary fight against discrimination.
We know what Kerstin and Johannes (and Fabian) did the other weekend.
We like Vue and we work with Vue and we went through our favorites to share what we deem most helpful, to learn and master Vue.
sum.cumo shares two solutions for the Vue ecosystem: Vue States allows the mapping of global and local states through the Provide-Inject Pattern, for seamless integration with respective application. Meanwhile, Vue History can be used to automatically generate traces of all method invocations.
For the third time in a row, sum.cumo sponsors JSUnconf, and four sum.cumos – Sven, Kathy, Kerstin und Johannes – share why they look forward to the next edition.
Axel Schaffrath, Do-Yeung Rhee, Johannes Lamberts, Marcel Jahn and Thomas Nohl are Vue developers, and here they share their insights and views visiting the most recent Vue.js conference.
Sven Wagner with the basics as well as resources for one of the fundamental approaches to modern frontend code.
Vue specialists Hannes and Johannes spoke at the Hamburg Vue.js Meetup and now share their views and slides.