You can probably find implementations, js and all on codepen.io 👍🏼 search card swipe or something. - Source: Reddit / 4 days ago
Any good IDE like VSCode will do this, especially if running an extension like live-server, but you will get the same syntax highlighting on Codepen as well. Love you sign up for a free account, you can practice coding in a little environment that will reveal these errors on the console. - Source: Reddit / 11 days ago
The absolute easiest way for someone with no experience at all to start building their own website or web app is to use a tool called Codepen. - Source: dev.to / 12 days ago
An interactive example of the code in something like JSFiddle, Codepen, repl.it, etc. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
Bro no one is going to read this, put your code in a codepen. - Source: Reddit / 19 days ago
Like everyone else said, check out the documentation. Specifically v-for loops, and class binding will be what you need to accomplish something like this. Also, the nuances for how you write the code depend on if you're just using Vue via script tag or have a project set up through NPM or Yarn. If you want to make a Codepen to show us the code you've already written we could help more directly. - Source: Reddit / 21 days ago
I found Shop Talk Show very recently and have been really enjoying it. Dave Rupert is a fun guy to listen to and his site is super awesome! If you don't know the name Chris Coyier, I am sure you have seen a thing he Co-founded called CodePen, and used to run a small site called CSS-Tricks. So lets just say they are really smart guys, that have on really smart. - Source: dev.to / 22 days ago
If you've managed to come this far, congratulations! Currying is an extremely important topic from an interview point of view as well as real world use-cases. I'd again recommend coding out the examples over codepen or your local IDE. Hope you enjoyed the article! Thanks for the read! - Source: dev.to / 24 days ago
You need to learn how to solve problems with CSS and HTML. How to create different things with it. I would just browse codepen.io and find some CSS-only demos and read the code how it was implemented and try to understand it. Try something simple at the beginning. - Source: Reddit / 24 days ago
For the future, it helps a lot when you're asking for advice to try to reduce the case down to the minimum amount of code to reproduce it (you also might discover the answer just in the course of doing that) and rather than pasting things in comments directly use something like CodePen or JSFiddle or the like where we can see the different parts interacting live and adjust things to help you diagnose what's going on. - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
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