How and why I changed Inferno into a package

While creating a lot of videos for my Youtube channel, I decided to create an application which I can continue to work on; add more and more features to it and in the end create videos of them to show how to go about developing those features. Everything was working well when suddenly one day I felt a reason to change the way it was structured. In this article, I am going to discuss about the Inferno package and why I decided to go with a composer package based approach instead of an application.

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Getting started with Vue.js

Get started with Vue.js

There are many javascript frameworks available for front end development. Each has it’s own set of unique features. But one which really attracted me is Vue.js. I recently started learning Angular2 and Vuejs simultaneously and I found it very easy to work with Vuejs. In fact, I am really loving development with Vuejs. In this tutorial, I will show you how we can create a very basic Todo app and learn the basics of Vue.js.

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View Composers in Laravel and their advantages

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to use View Composers in Laravel to create views which are independent. We map the view with a class which provides the required data for the view to render and so, we don’t need to pass any additional data through the controller while rendering the view. So, without wasting much time let’s dig into the code.

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