My Articles & Stories
About web development, design & stuff that I think is interesting.
- #Vue 3
Today Nuxt 3 is coming
Nuxt 3 public beta is going to be available a few hours from now – and there are a lot of improvements, which have be done. First of all Nuxt 3 builds up on Vue 3, so it will be supporting new functionality as like the Composition API, Multiple Root Element Components, and it will be written in TypeScript (as like Vue 3) as well. It will also support Webpack 5 and Vite, and seems to get awesome at all! : )
Dealing with SVGs in Vue
Use CSS Custom Properties in Sass
CSS evolves In all the projects I’ve worked on over the last 5 years, preprocessors like SASS or Less have been used instead of native CSS – this is in no small part due to the advanced functionality that results in superior maintainability. For example, a key concept that differentiated SASS from CSS was the ability to use variables – for example, in SASS, color …
Computed Properties (Vue basics)
In vue we have many options to deal with data visualizing it for the user. One way is to use Computed Properties as one of the basic concepts of Vue. What is the difference between usual Data and Computed Properties, as well as when and how to use them is (quick and dirty) explained in this article.
- #Vs Code
My favorite VS Code extensions
VS Code is my favorite editor/IDE, which I use when ever I can – it’s clean, it’s fast, it has an integrated terminal, and so on … further more it lists innumerable extension for countless use cases, and in this article I want to mention some of the VS Code extensions which I am personally using on a daily basis.
Why I (as a freelancer) use Vue
People often ask me why I decided to work with Vue. As a freelancer, in addition to technical aspects and personal preferences, my strategic orientation also plays a role. In this article, I would like to take a closer look…
Animated CSS gradients
Background-Gradients can look nice, are very trendy and are supported relatively easily by any modern browser, as you can see at can-i-use.com. But if you want to animate them now, you have to do some tricks.
Experimental SASS gradients animation
There is a possibility to animate gradients directly and immediately via CSS keyframes. This offers a little more possibilities…
As a freelancer I sometimes come into existing projects, some are better structured, others have a somewhat higher orientation effort – the better it is to have an architectural structure, which is well structured, tidy and comprehensible – let’s talk about Atomic Design!
There are no fixed rules in design
Is there good or bad design, on an absolute level?Are there fixed rules that you can strictly follow and always get everything right? Is design a question of good taste? I would like to deal with these questions in this article – beforehand, let me say: context is king!
Boost your conversion with Pawlow
More than 100 years ago, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov found out that once learned behavior can be overwritten in a learning process and developed the principle of Classical Conditioning – which can also be useful in today’s world.
An experimental Flex-Gap property mixin
Why does Flexbox doesn’t support a flex-gap property (Meanwhile, gap also works in the flex box context) such as grid-gap!? This article is about an experimental solution, using SASS mixins…
Experimental approach generating several Elements
Sometime you want to draw stuff using web technologies, to display fancy, interactive elements on a website. To do so there are many proper solutions available – here is an experimental one.
Hand drawn illustrations
Freestyle creation of several hand drawn comic characters, which I’ve done for a dribbble (a design community) related campaign.