It's likely that your single-page applications could work more effectively as a monolith, bundled together with backend code. How's this possible? We can use a bridge to span the gap between traditional backends and modern SPA frameworks. Let's talk Inertia.js.
The release of Vue 3 introduced two new ways of adding reactivity to data in your components, ref and reactive. There's been a bit of confusion surrounding which one's better, or when either should be used. I'm here to hopefully shed some light on their differences, and show how I use them in my applications.
You keep hearing about this composition API in Vue. But it's a little scary and intimidating, and why it's so much better isn't really all that clear to you. In this article you'll see exactly why you should learn to use it by comparing the old way to the new way. The examples also start out simple and get more complex, so you can see that the composition API isn't really all that different from what you're used to.
Augmented Reality seems like it’s everywhere. Between Snapchat filters, Google stickers, IKEA’s furniture preview, and now Shopify’s AR Quick Look feature, putting 3D objects in the physical world seems to be more desirable than ever.