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Visual Studio Code: essential editor

Posted by in Databases, Programming

From time to time, it is good not to accommodate what you know and you have to leave the comfort zone. This is my case with text editors, who have always worked a lot with Notepad ++, but for certain things, I found it insufficient. Atom was a good test, especially since lately I have been developing with TypeScript 2.x, and CATS 2.x in my day to day. It doesn’t work very well on Windows 7. And now, I venture to know if Visual Studio Code does I have to…read more

Basic notions about AngularJS

Posted by in Frameworks, HTML5

Sooner or later, I had to try AngularJS, a front-end framework created by Google, and which we already presented here a few months ago. I have already commented many times that the front-end part is not in which I stand out and that I feel more comfortable in the backend, but how you have to know a bit of everything … Several months ago version 1.3 was published of this framework, and AngularJS 2.0 is underway, already on TypeScript (of which we will also talk shortly and we will expand…read more

Anaconda and PyScripter

Posted by in Python

Afetr a long time with no post related to Python, I am back. Now it is turn to go back with the PyScripter IDE and Anaconda3, a Python’s distribution. A few weeks ago, I come back to work with this IDE that I really like a lot because, for some time, I moved to PyScharm. One issue I suffer since quite a lot, when I work with Anaconda 3 was the error that PyScripter could not load a Python engine. Trying to solve this issue, I search for some advices,…read more

Conditional with VueJS

Posted by in Javascript and TypeScript

Let’s keep on learning VueJS, and now it is turn for conditionals in VueJS. Let’s learn how to use if … then, or if … else if … else … the exercise is very easy, and inside the HTML code, We are using the directive v-if, v-else-if o v-else. The target Today’s exercise is to display two buttons, one for “Like” and another for “Do not like”, both controlled by like and notlike variables. If I ckick in one button,I will change the valeo of the property assigned. If True,…read more

Tools for developing with VueJS

Posted by in Javascript and TypeScript

There is no doubt that VueJS is a fantastic framework that it is having tremendous acceptance in web development, and I’m one of them. Normally, the success of a framework is usually accompanied by development tools linked to it, and just as Facebook is at the forefront of React and tools have been developed, something similar happens with the tools to develop with VueJS. Vuejs DevTools In Firefox there exist an extension called Vue.js devtools that you can add: When adding VueJS to developer tools, you will find an icon above…read more