Jake Paris

Tagged: vue.js

Using a Vue app within a WordPress plugin

Creating a full-fledged Vue.js application inside a WordPress plugin takes a little bit of special setup to the two code libraries working together. Here I’ll show the way I’ve been solving this, though I’m sure it’s not the only way. I’m going to skip a number of prerequisites: I’ll assume you already have the vue-cli […]

Soma FM player

I often listen to Soma FM internet radio while at work, but I do not like their radio UI. So this seemed like a good opportunity to stretch my Vue.js muscles. This is a project I’ve been working on little by little for some time. I invite you to try it out and let me […]

Building an After-Market API for a library catalog

Recently, as a fun way to work on my Vue.js skills, I built an interface for the library catalog of our local libraries. Sadly, the system that the libraries use doesn’t have an API component (meaning a javascript interface like what I built would have no way to digest the data from the catalog). So […]

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Wiring a Paging Element in Vue.js (or, how are they building things these days?)

If you don’t know Vue, read the Vue.js introduction first. The short answer is that it’s a framework to build your page by data/information rather than markup. It allows you to wire data together so that when one thing changes, another part will automatically change. We can use an paging element as an example: In […]

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