We have been working on making our Laravel / Vue / JS app more efficient and smoother. Based on analysis and console warning we had been making tweaks. We had
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In this part nine we are going to discuss how to set up backend routes and controllers, but before we start let me get a few things out of the
As mentioned in part one of the series we are using Mongoose so we can work with schemas and models like we are used to working with relational database models.
Let’s create a Vue Project with the Vue Command Line Interface and work with Vue files in this post. We will start with the whole setup explaining a few things
Undo Git Commits, how do you do these easily? Do quickly undo a few commits so you can go back a few version you can use: git reset –hard HEAD~1
The default Visual Studio Code theme is pretty darn good. But you sometimes want some small tweaks. Here some basic Visual Studio Code Changes that I like. You can use
There are many git commands you need to run your Laravel projects well. Here are Laravel Git Tricks that I am sure you cannot live without List all branches of
Been having Hostnet.nl MainWP Issues lately. The MainWP Dashboard cannot connect to the child theme. Never been happy with hostnet really as they throttle RAM all the time. This causes issues
To do a Laravel Sync Remote Files to local Homestead Vagrant box you can use rsync. And you should use it over scp or sftp because it is way more efficient.
We need to now implement the Express API so we can connect our Vue Store to the MongoDB database. We do this setting up Express with the CLI tool, creating
A Node, Express, MongoDB Backend Stack is chosen for our Vue Shop. Other options are available of course, but this is the choice made. We will now work out how
To enter data for our products we will be needing Product Form Fields. In Vue you can use v-model for two way form binding. In the linked blog post we created