This course will go through how to utilize AmplitudeJS in a variety of scenarios from introducing AmplitudeJS to utilizing some of it’s more advanced features such as dynamic song addition, multiple playlists, live audio streaming and Soundcloud activity
Uploading files through AJAX is difficult. This is your guide to making the process of AJAX file uploads with VueJS and Axios a breeze.
Add the preload of background images through CSS to improve your AmplitudeJS player’s UX and get rid of the flash on initial load.
VueJS reactive properties make sorting data a breeze. We wil go through examples on how to sort within a component and in a Vuex data store.
AmplitudeJS configuration helps you build a player tailored to your needs. We will be going through a few of these options with examples.
A few more examples on implementing a front end permission structure with VueJS and having it work with the backend Laravel API.
We’ve really seen the need for most of AmplitudeJS’ functionality to be called directly. We go over a few of the methods in this tutorial!
With our permissions in place on the API and on the front end, it’s time to add some admin UI and functionality based around what we built.
Learn how to use some of the more unique elements of AmplitudeJS and how they add functionality and UI/UX enhancements!
Now it’s time to apply our permission structure to the front end of the application through a Vue Router, VueJS and Vuex structure.
VuePress is a beautiful new documentation platform. Making it work within Laravel can be a trick, but I’ll show you how!
Time to dive in and build an audio player with AmplitudeJS. We will start small with a single song player that shows the basic features.
Save time and increase your security by enabling key based authentication on your Synology server.
We have built our first Laravel Policies now it’s time to add some security to the routes we are protecting and implement the policies.