Vue CLI is a full system for rapid Vue.js development. It provides the following:
- Interactive project scaffolding via @vue/cli.
- A runtime dependency (@vue/cli-service) that is:
- Built on top of webpack, with sensible defaults;
- Configurable via in-project config file;
- Extensible via plugins
- A rich collection of official plugins integrating the best tools in the frontend ecosystem.
- A full graphical user interface to create and manage Vue.js projects.
Solidity provides value types and reference types. Reference types are arrays, mappings and structs. Value types are all other data types like string, int, and boolean. When you define a reference type you have to define the "data location" to determine where the data is stored. The three data locations are
calldata. In this article I will be explaining the difference between them.
Luna reached an an all time high of $116 last month. Today it is worth $0.00512478. Once a top 10 most valuable crypto coin, Luna shut down its network today effectively ending the project.
The coin lost 98% of its value in a span of 24 hours. During this timeframe the crypto market saw a loss of $40 billion dollars. If you had invested $10,000 in Luna 7 days ago, at the time of publishing your holdings would be worth $0.62. How did this happen? What went wrong?
We recently ran into a scenario at work where we went through the process to redo all the email templates used in our application. There were over 300+ templates that we redesigned. After we finished somebody requested that we change the subject line to be title cased like you would in a print headline. Not wanting to manually change all 300+ templates, I wrote this quick function that handled the process automatically.
What is Title Case
At first glance it might sound like we wanted the first letter of every word in a the subject line to be uppercase and the remainder of the word to be lowercase.
Well that is almost correct. We don't want certain words to be capitalized. Words like
and we wanted to remain lowercase.
With the rising interest and adoption of Web3, there has been an increased demand for developers that know how to write Smart Contracts. Most people who learn to write Smart Contracts will use Remix which is an online IDE. But an online IDE is not feasible for any size development team. You need a tool to be able to write Smart Contracts on your laptop. In this scenario you have two choices: HardHat or Truffle. Let's explore how they compare.