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Manager: "Team, we've not made any changes in UI recently.. we've to do something".
UI: "Let's switch right pane to left."
On the presentation for my database project my team and I showed a NodeJS + Mongo + VueJS project with cloud storage capability, nothing fancy but did everything from scratch (from token auth and system encryption to the frontend CSS and the database) the teacher made some questions and meh'd at it.
Behold team two's project, WordPress with a standard template and phpMyAdmin, teacher loves it because "it's so beautiful"
Guess who just failed that class?
God I love college, it's the best time investment I've ever done and it'll surely pay out.12
I always had this mentality that I shouldn’t rely on a certain library or framework for my entire project because what if one day they stop supporting it. (Yeah I’m talking to u vuetify) That’s why I came up with this code structure that for everything that I wanna do I have a ‘driver’ library all coded by myself that interacts with that third party framework or library so if they stop supporting it I could just change a couple of lines of code in my driver file and my codebase should be working again. But I feel like this ‘driver’ approach is not the most efficient way of going in terms of memory usage. Do you guys think I should keep it simple and directly use those libraries or this is actually not a bad approach.7
After contemplating on it so long, I finally made a blog for code snippets:
Completely written by myself, except, I mean, the vuejs and tailwind css part.
It’s so beautiful
Open to suggestions for code snippets to add!11
Ok so hear me out, a project that uses React but remove JSX and replace with a VueJS style of conditional rendering. JSX is so gross and I can’t believe people still use it.16
With these requirements
500 gb hard drive HDD
What can i learn and develop apps?
That feeling when you get the job because of the JS but most of the work is fixing server side xml to play nicely with several vuejs components on the client side.
Or vice versa. Probably the vice versa.2
SO, after finishing uni I joined a startup.
"We'll cover devops stuff! Aws certifications for everyone! And later k8s!"
So I'm here, learning VueJS.
(Tbf, the situation is better than it seems, like being here, boss is a honest person. Still, fuck.)4