Single page apps are possible on the web due to the HTML5 history API: History – Web APIs | MDN What the history API does is allow the developer to adjust the history of the web browser without changing pages and can still have permanent URLs for deep linking. Why would developers want this? It […]
As of right now we have the scaffolding up for a single page application. We’ve installed Laravel, configured social logins with Socialite, configured our own oAuth server with Laravel Passport and configured SASS and JS. Now we will start working with the Vue JS eco system (Vue2 + Vuex + Vue Router). In my opinion, […]
In AmplitudeJS 3.2 we added multiple new features. One of the most important was the song played percentage HTML 5 progress bar.
Laravel Passport was introduced in Laravel 5.3 and uses PHP League’s oAuth2 server GitHub – thephpleague/oauth2-server: A spec compliant, secure by default PHP OAuth 2.0 Server. If you haven’t used it, it’s simply incredible. Within minutes you can get a functioning oAuth2 server up and running and people can log in across the web using […]