#29 — Vue, Realm Sync, Mac terminal tips
10 things worth sharing
I had another week with HTML5 and basic web design classes. And this week is about the web technologies.
- I procrastinate a lot. Sometimes, strategically procrastinate may actually boost creativity. But procrastinating on executing a well-planned task is really a bad thing.
- Vue 2.0 is here. The web is becoming more interesting.
- What is Vue? You may want to read this introduction post. It’s a lightweight view library.
- People often compare Vue with React — A view library by Facebook. Here is a glimpse on the early years of React.
- People ofter compare Vue with jQuery too, where I raised my concern on their deprecation on $.bind and $.delegate in issue 18 on jQuery 3.0.
- The long-waited Realm sync solution: Realm mobile platform with realtime sync is in beta now.
- Seven rules for perfect Japanese typography. I always find a pleasure when reading Japanese.
- Rewriting bad writing. There is no standard answer on copy writing. But one general rule is to make the copy clear and simple.
- The Obvious, the Easy, and the Possible. “Making something obvious is expensive because it often means you have to make a whole bunch of other things less obvious. Obvious dominates and only one thing can truly dominate at a time.” — Jason Fried.
- Some useful Mac terminal tips.
Enjoy the week!
Until next week,