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Read articles about Vue.js, JavaScript, CSS, Test Driven Development and Front-End Architecture in general. My blog focuses heavily on Web Development but occasionally I also write articles about personal topics.

Implementing the Builder Pattern in Vue.js Part 1: Listings

Recently I've seen a great talk by Jacob Schatz about Phenomenal Design Patterns in Vue. One of the patterns he mentioned in his talk was the Builder Pattern. I found his example very interesting, so it was clear to me that I had to experiment with this pattern myself...

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HTTP/2 Server Push with Netlify

Everyone I know who uses Netlify for the first time is blown away by its simplicity. But sometimes there are situations where we need to do some advanced server configuration in order to serve our web applications as fast as possible. But as I recently discovered, configuring advanced techniques like using HTTP/2 server push is also quite easy to set up with Netlify...

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The IoC Container Pattern with Vue.js

In this article we will experiment with implementing the IoC container pattern in Vue.js. The IoC container pattern is very popular in other languages and frameworks, but not so much in the JavaScript world – we'll also take a look at why that might be so...

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try...catch: The Right Way

Because of a recent bug hunting session where it took me a couple of hours to drill down several levels of npm dependencies in order to finally find a try...catch statement with the catch part being empty, I decided to write an article about this topic. Although, I have to admit, my first instinct was to be angry at the developer who did this...

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Dependency Injection in Vue.js Applications

I often wonder how to best decouple certain parts of an application. At first this seems pretty straightforward in the context of Vue.js applications. You have components and components pass down properties and emit events, that's it. Right? Yeah, kinda. But also kinda not...

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Distributed Vue.js Applications Part 1: Loading Components via HTTP

Imagine the following scenario: We have a central content distribution server responsible for pushing new content (think of news articles for example) to a variety of Vue.js-based client applications. But we not only want to push new content but also describe the shape of the content via Vue.js components...

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Vue.js Error Handling with Renderless Components

Solid error handling is one those things which can make the difference between a good application and a great application. In todays article we'll take a look at how we can build renderless components to help us capture errors in our Vue.js applications...

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