The inline-template directive allows us to build rich Vue components as a progressive enhancement over existing WordPress markup.
Why do this at all? Well there are few reasons, but two stand out in particular:
A popover is a transient view that shows up on top of a content on the screen when a user clicks on a control button or within a defined area. For example, clicking on an info icon on a specific list item to get the item details. Typically, a popover includes an arrow pointing to the location from which it emerged.
Popovers are great for situations when we want to show a temporary context to get user’s attention when interacting … Read article “Reusable Popovers to Add a Little Pop”
There’s this popular analogy of Vue that goes like this: Vue is what you get when React and Angular come together and make a baby. I’ve always shared this feeling. With Vue’s small learning curve, it’s no wonder so many people love it. Since Vue tries to give the developer power over components and their implementation as much as it possibly can, this sentiment has led to today’s topic.
The term renderless components refers to components that don’t render anything. … Read article “Building “Renderless” Vue Components”