Archives For vue.js

While working on the forthcoming version of my DoubleUSM script – which I’m porting to HTML Panels – I’ve run into the following problem: how do you fit a large range (say, 1..500, with floating point precision) into a Slider which has, at best, less than 200 possible, real slots? Nonlinear sliders and VueJS Computed Properties are the answer, read along.

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Learning Vue.js is fun – if I run into a problem that has taken me some head scratching time to solve and/or and no easy Stack Overflow answer, why not writing a blog post for you and my future self? 🙂

Today’s stumbling block is bi-directionally binding of a Component (v-model), to the root data object – being the Components generated in a v-for loop. Sounds unclear? Think about a lot of instances of a Component containing, say, checkboxes or radiobuttons, automatically generated from an array. It’s a quite frequent scenario, at least in my projects, so let’s have a look.

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Javascript definitely has a problem: too many frameworks! But as my Color Correction maestro Dan Margulis would put it: “the opposite problem might be much worse”. I’ve tackled the issue of JS frameworks in a dedicated chapter of my Photoshop HTML Panels Development course, but I’d like to add some new thoughts here as well.

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