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Setting Page Titles in Nuxt 3 Part 2 of 8 in Upgrading Nuxt 2 to Nuxt 3
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Dan Pastori March 22nd, 2022

When migrating from Nuxt 2 to Nuxt 3, setting page titles is slightly different. In Nuxt 2 setting page meta data is done through the head() helper function. Or, if you define a title globally, you could set it in the nuxt.config.js. In Nuxt 3, page titles are set through the useMeta() composable function or […]

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Vue 3 Web Notification Component
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Dan Pastori March 21st, 2022

A notification component is a super useful, re-usable component that I add to most web apps. I use this component to communicate with the user when an action has been completed, or something needs to be brought to their attention. I like to design this component globally so I can call it from anywhere within the application. In this tutorial we will be designing a simple Vue 3 notification component to display a success, warning, and failure notification to the user. You can style this notification however you like. We will just be focusing on the functionality.

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Building a Queue with Vue 3 and Vuex 4
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Dan Pastori March 16th, 2022

This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for some time. We had to implement a client side queue in two of our apps recently using Vue 3 and Vuex 4.

Now why would you want a client side queue? Well with so much more power given to the web browsers, there are actually times where you might want to perform a long running task in the browser. For example, with FFMPEG WASM you can actually encode videos directly the browser itself, WITHOUT touching a server! For these scenarios, building a queue is the perfect system to make this work.

Since these are still kind of “fringe” scenarios, I wasn’t going to go to the trouble right away by making an officially supported package. However, using Vuex with the reactivity of Vue 3, you can make a simple queue system fairly simply. Let’s get started!

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Customizing and Displaying Tags in Statamic 3
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Dan Pastori March 14th, 2022

Right away when diving into Statamic 3, I found the need to create some tags for my entries. Grouping entries with tags is extremely important to tying your content together. These groupings allow users to filter your content, find related content, and even see from a quick glance what your content is about. The proper […]

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