Hello.
I'm Markus Oberlehner,
a Web Developer working at Akarion.

Open Source is my passion. I'm the creator of vuex-map-fields, vue-lazy-hydration and node-sass-magic-importer.

Personal Projects

  • vuex-map-fields is a package which enables the usage of two-way data binding when using Vue.js in combination with Vuex.

    The vuex-map-fields module is also available as a npm package.

  • vue-lazy-hydration is a renderless Vue.js component to improve Estimated Input Latency and Time to Interactive of server-side rendered Vue.js applications. This can be achieved by using lazy hydration to delay the hydration of pre-rendered HTML.

  • node-sass-magic-importer is a custom node-sass importer for selector specific imports, node importing, module importing, globbing support and importing files only once.

    The node-sass-magic-importer module is available as a npm package.

  • avalanche is a modular, package based CSS framework.

    The avalanche framework establishes the foundation for a package based CSS workflow. avalanche provides building blocks for you to handpick and integrate into your workflow.

Latest Articles

Popup Overlays with Vue Router and Portal Vue

If we like it or not, modal dialogs and overlays are a recurring pattern on many websites and apps. In this article, we take a look at how to implement popup overlays with Vue Router so that they have a URL. We attach great importance to making our solution accessible so all of our users can use it without frustration. Also, we want to keep it simple but still create a reusable solution...

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Dynamic Vue.js CRUD Applications

Often it seems like we build the same applications again and again. And at least sometimes it feels like that because indeed we do. Again and again, we build the same CRUD applications with their generic list views, edit forms, and previews. Throughout this article, we examine how to create a generic and reusable structure for a traditional CRUD application. Our primary goal is to keep our codebase DRY...

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Decouple Vue.js components from the Vuex Store

One of the main concerns I have when building Vuex-based applications is the tight coupling of components with the Vuex store that seems inevitable when using Vuex. Ideally, I want to be able to switch the data layer of my application at any time without having to touch all my components that rely on data from an external resource...

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