Category Archives: JavaScript

User Authentication in SailsJS

When creating a new application Sails gives you the option to build a fully fledged web app including user log in and authentication as well as stripe integration… but what if you wanted a bare bones web app – well you’ll have to add user authentication yourself. That’s where passport comes in really handy. Passport… Read More »

Add a HTML form in Sails

Moving over from Rails to Sails – this one had me for a few days as forms were a doddle in Rails!I’d set up the form and it was showing in the view OK, however when I submitted I was receiving a ‘Forbidden’ error in the view. I sorted that after a little reading… sorting… Read More »

From Rails to Sails…

Having spent the last 5 years scripting in Ruby and building web apps in Ruby on Rails, I’ve loved every minute. I’ve read a lot of articles about how Rails is dead and being left behind by the new breed of web frameworks… I’m still smitten.I’ve dabbled with a few and I’ve struggled to find… Read More »

Linking in Vue

Having set up Vue Router, linking within th components is relatively straight forward. In router.js ensure you’ve declared your routes, i.e. const routes = [ { path: “/contact”, component: Contact, name: “contact”, }, { path: “/about”, component: About, name: “about”, }]; You can then use router-link to embed a tags in your page <router-link :to=”{name:… Read More »

Removing hash from URL Laravel-Vue

The hash (#) in the url is there to support older browsers so if you need to support older browsers you best not remove it. To move to a cleaner URL structure we need to use the HTML 5 History mode by adding mode: ‘history’ to your router. const router = new VueRouter({ routes, mode:… Read More »

Vue Router in Laravel

To use the view router we need to tell laravel that everything we need to route that’s not to the api needs to be taken care of through the Vue router. In your routes/web.php add Route::get(‘/{prms?}’, function () { return view(‘welcome’); })->where(‘prms’, ‘^(?!api\/)[\/\w\.-]*’); This tells laravel to consider everything after the forward slash as a… Read More »