Vue.js tutorial

Vuejs is JavaScript framework for building user interfaces.It is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks.
Want to create a web UI? Vue.js is a good choice for your frontend. Vue.js is inspired by AngularJS and created by a Google engineer.
See also: What is vuejs?
Build web appsYou can make interfaces with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Unlike AngularJS, you can use this to even make single page apps.
Vue.js is a progressive javascript framework: You can include it in existing application to provide a more interactive experience.
Build incredible user interfaces?Create completely new apps or even include Material Design to make amazing apps. It supports dynamic themes, blazing fast. Make your apps work on Mobile, Web and Desktop.
Yes, your apps can look like this:


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Amazon Polly Plugin for WordPress Update – Translate and Vocalize Your Content

Earlier this year I showed you how to Give Your WordPress Blog a Voice with Amazon Polly and walked you through the steps involved in installing, configuring, and using the Amazon Polly for WordPress plugin. Today we are making this plugin even more powerful, adding the ability to translate your content into one or more languages and to produce audio versions of each translation. The translation is implemented using Amazon Translate, a neural machine translation service that is part of our portfolio of machine learning services.
The original version of the plugin works like this:

And the new version works like this:

This version of the plugin supports translation of English-language web content into Spanish, German, French, and Portuguese, with plans to support other languages in the future.
Updating and Configuring the Plugin My earlier post covered the steps involved in launching an Amazon Lightsail instance and setting


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BitTorrent has been sold to blockchain startup for an alleged $140M

BitTorrent, one of the most recognisable brands in the world of decentralised computing and peer-to-peer networking, has been sold to a blockchain-focused startup – Tron – helmed by Justin Sun, formerly of Ripple Labs.

Tron’s mission seems to be the creation of a decentralised internet computing platform aimed at entertainment using blockchain technology. The company’s plans go beyond just the entertainment sector, however, with the hopes of becoming, perhaps, a real-life Pied Piper and creating a truly decentralised internet.

With this in mind, the BitTorrent acquisition does make a lot of sense, given the company is not only well-versed in the technologies necessary for decentralised, peer-to-peer networking through its software and protocols but also has a foothold in the entertainment industry via BitTorrent Now, helping independent artists and musicians promulgate their work using the same technology used to pirate the latest episodes of your favourite TV shows.

While initial reports about the sale


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Amazon EC2 Update – Additional Instance Types, Nitro System, and CPU Options

I have a backlog of EC2 updates to share with you. We’ve been releasing new features and instance types at a rapid clip and it is time to catch up. Here’s a quick peek at where we are and where we are going…
Additional Instance Types Here’s a quick recap of the most recent EC2 instance type announcements:
Compute-Intensive – The compute-intensive C5d instances provide a 25% to 50% performance improvement over the C4 instances. They are available in 5 regions and offer up to 72 vCPUs, 144 GiB of memory, and 1.8 TB of local NVMe storage.
General Purpose – The general purpose M5d instances are also available in 5 regions. They offer up to 96 vCPUs, 384 GiB of memory, and 3.6 TB of local NVMe storage.
Bare Metal – The i3.metal instances became generally available in 5 regions a couple of weeks ago. You can run performance


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Hand-drawn graphics library Rough.js has new fill styles

TypeScript
With this release, Rough.js code has been ported to TypeScript. Moving to a typed language helps a lot as the codebase evolves and gets more complex.
Filling Shapes
I also added a few more fill types when filling shapes. In the previous versions, the shapes could be filled with a solid color or sketchy hachure parallel lines. Now there are a few more options:
hachure(default), solid, zigzag, cross-hatch, or dots

Code example
rc.rectangle(140, 130, 100, 100, {
fill: ‘rgba(255,0,0,0.5)’,
fillStyle: ‘zigzag’,
hachureGap: 8
});

rc.rectangle(270, 130, 100, 100, {
fill: ‘rgba(255,0,0,0.5)’,
fillStyle: ‘cross-hatch’,
hachureAngle: 60
});

rc.rectangle(660, 130, 100, 100, {
fill: ‘rgba(0,0,0,0.6)’,
fillStyle: ‘dots’,
hachureGap: 5,
fillWeight: 2 // affects the diameter of the dots
});


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Google updates Android Messages so you can send texts from the web

Google is rolling out a series of changes to Android Messages, one of which makes it possible to send text messages from the comfort of your computer. Called “Messages for web” the feature enables users to use a desktop web browser to send SMSes rather than their phone. While this is almost certainly the biggest and most exciting changes for Messages, Google is also pushing a number of other new features to the app, including Smart Replies, GIF search and link previews. See also: Google enters ‘strategic partnership’ with China’s JD.com Android emulator Andy OS seems to be secretly installing… [Continue Reading]


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MySQL 8.0: New Lock free, scalable WAL design

The Write Ahead Log (WAL) is one of the most important components of a database. All the changes to data files are logged in the WAL (called the redo log in InnoDB). This allows to postpone the moment when the modified pages are flushed to disk, still protecting from data losses.
The write intense workloads had performance limited by synchronization in which many user threads were involved, when writing to the redo log. This was especially visible when testing performance on servers with multiple CPU cores and fast storage devices, such as modern SSD disks.

We needed a new design that would address the problems faced by our customers and users today and also in the future. Tweaking the old design to achieve scalability was not an option any more. The new design also had to be flexible, so that we can extend it to do sharding and parallel writes in the


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Blockers to IPv6 Adoption

Blockers to IPv6 Adoption
On a recent flight from the UK to the USA I sat next to the IT director for a global corporation. He asked me why I was travelling, to which I answered that I was giving the keynote presentation at an IPv6 conference held by the US Federal government. Without hesitation, his response was “IPv6 is not even on my radar.”

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On a recent flight from the UK to the USA I sat next to the IT director for a global corporation. He asked me why I was travelling, to which I answered that I was giving the keynote presentation at an IPv6 conference held by the US Federal government. Without hesitation, his response was “IPv6 is not even on my radar.”

For many enterprises, IPv6 is a long way from being on their to-do lists. Many cite several blockers to adopting


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