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Google Trends: react.js angular.js vue.js
While I'm on the subject of Google trends, here is a global trend since 2004 comparing react.js, angular.js, vue.js
It's no secret I'm a vue.js fan and coder, but not because of the trend line (which I just saw for the first time a few minutes ago) My experience is that vue.js, a late arrival in the JS web framework space, takes the best of react.js and angular.js and does it better and cleaner. The learning curve is much less and it's really fun and easy when you get the hang of it. Seems web developers agree, according to this Google trend:
.... and the same react.js, angular.js, vue.js trend over the past five years, clearly shows the interest in vue.js outpacing angular.js and react.js
After getting inspired from Neo, I have started a bit of JS learning these days. Whenever I learn something I will try to post it here(as of now my learning is NOT exactly bookish where I am going chapter by chapter etc, it could be more like small-small project vice kind of), I... (25 Replies)
Over the years I have a lot of experience with people and their opinions of technology, toolsets, programming languages, software architectures, and of course forums. These opinions come from all walks of life and range from "unix.com changed my life and got me though the university... thank you... (11 Replies)
A number of people have asked me how to get started with Vue.js and my reply before today was to Google "Vue.js". That has changed and my recommendation to anyone who wants to learn the fastest growing, easiest to learn and use Vue.js web dev framework is to watch this video tutorial series:
... (0 Replies)
Vue Router has some quirks and on of the quirks is that it is not reliable when adding external links using the vue-router library.
After struggling with many solutions, I have found that creating a simple Vue.js component like this one seems to work the best (so far):
Component Example: ... (0 Replies)
In Java I use this regular expression \b\w+\b as a pattern in order to find words but the boundary does not react to newlines. For example, in the following text:
hello and bye
it finds the words below:
Could someone tell how to fix that?... (1 Reply)
Sometimes when we are in another country, Google redirects our request for www.google.com to: www.google.co.in or to: www.google.co.th
If you want to force Google to go to the US site, use:
www.google.com/webhp (1 Reply)
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Net::Google::Code::Issue::Search(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Net::Google::Code::Issue::Search(3pm)NAME
Net::Google::Code::Issue::Search - Issues Search API
search ( can => 'all', q = 'foo', sort => '-modified', limit => 1000, load_after_search => 1 )
do the search, the results is set to $self->results,
which is an arrayref with Net::Google::Code::Issue as element.
If a "sort" argument is specified, that will be passed to google code's issue list. Generally, these are composed of "+" or "-"
followed by a column name.
limit => Num is to limit the results number.
load_after_search => Bool is to state if we should call $issue->load after search
return true if search is successful, false on the other hand.
updated_after( date_string || DateTime object )
find all the issues that have been updated or created after the date. the issues are all loaded.
return true if success, false on the other hand
this should be called after a successful search. returns issues as a arrayref.
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