Testing code is a confusing practice for many developers. That’s understandable because writing tests requires more effort, time, and the ability to foresee possible use cases. Startups and developers working on smaller projects usually favor ignoring tests altogether because of the lack of resources and manpower.

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Building apps with Vue.js is easy, fun, and enjoyable. You can build a working app with minimum effort. To prove that, today I’ll show you how easy it is to build your own full-featured music player. To make things even easier, we’ll use Vuetify.js, a Vue.js powered UI library, which will speed up the UI construction. I can almost feel your impatience, so let’s get started.

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React has done a lot to simplify web development. React’s component-based architecture makes it easy in principle to decompose and reuse code. However, it’s not always clear for developers how to share their components across projects. In this post, I’ll show you some ways to fix that.

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It’s so easy to learn and use Vue.js that anyone can build a simple application with that framework. Even novices, with the help of Vue’s documentation, can do the job. However, when complexity comes into play the things get a bit more serious. The truth is that multiple, deeply nested components with shared state can quickly turn your application into an unmaintainable mess.

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Front-end web frameworks have taken component-based development and kicked it into high gear. Vue.js is one of the newest and most popular frameworks and is a great choice for new projects. But a lot of existing code has been written in older technologies, such as jQuery. You’ll learn how to deal with that problem in our new short course, Convert a jQuery App to Vue.js.

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In one of my previous Angular tutorial series, I covered the basics of Angular, starting from installing the CLI and then discussing how to create basic components and implement routing. Check out my post on Creating Your First Angular App: Basics, for a refresher on installing the Angular CLI and other recommended tools to create an Angular app with ease.

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In my previous article I covered Stimulus—a modest JavaScript framework created by Basecamp. Today I’ll talk about internationalizing a Stimulus application, since the framework does not provide any I18n tools out of the box. Internationalization is an important step, especially when your app is used by people from all around the world, so a basic understanding of how to do it may really come in handy.

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In one of my previous Angular tutorial series, I covered the basics of Angular, starting from installing the CLI and then discussing how to create basic components and implement routing. Check out my post on Creating Your First Angular App: Basics, for a refresher on installing the Angular CLI and other recommended tools to create an Angular app with ease.

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