I finally got around to working with React a UI framework that I was always curious about. This blog post describes me playing around with it. It's meant to be unofficial so don't quote me on any of this stuff.
I created an app for work to manage some of the internal websites, credentials and web apps that I needed to access. Its kinda like a bookmark manager but better ( at least I think so). I built it using electron and since I saw that my electron app tutorial gets a lot of views … Continue reading Creating an advanced bookmark manager with electron
In this short tutorial we look at working with pipes in angular. Pipes allow us to transform data. So I have some examples below of using pipes and the different default pipes available. You can also create custom pipes but I'm not going so far. This tutorial continues my dive into angular as I continue to explore the framework.
Social logins help users incorporate single sign on in their lives. They have a google account and they can access many services with that one account. This article goes through creating a social login with google.
So in this tutorial we are going to create a table and have our table be filtered automatically. The first thing we do is include our vue.js script. We are using it as a script and not compiling it. <script src="https://email@example.com/dist/vue.js"></script> This tutorial is more of a continuation from some vue.js with php tutorials I … Continue reading Table filtering in Vue.js
In this tutorial we walk through the steps to add a database connection to our rest api. Previously we created a rest api using spring. We used mock data but now we use real data from a database.
In this tutorial we look at creating a JSON web service using Spring. Spring can using simple java classes to create a application quickly. Annotations do all the hard work for you. Here we create a rest controller which responds to GET, PUT, POST, DELETE request.