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Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement.
Building a custom component that operates on chunks of data is easier than you may think. It involves understanding how Vue handles the input/update cycle and making a few changes to your component. Let’s start by taking a look at one approach for turning a standard component into a “controlled” component and then figure out how to nest them.
We recently had a Statamic project that needed to make use of Envoyer.io to enable zero-downtime deployments. If you don't know, Statamic is a great flat-file CMS, not a static site generator (at least not yet) that allows your content (and everything else) to be versioned controlled.
We all remember our first professional conference right? It can be intimidating, overwhelming, and hard to meet folks. That's why we want to help new-comers network and ease into Laracon next week. On Tuesday, July 24th at 6p we're hosting a Taco Bar Dinner at our AirBNB.
I spent the first five years of my professional career freelancing in one capacity or another. It all started by picking up the odd web design/HTML gig from local businesses. This slowly morphed into working full time for agencies all over the U.S. Eventually, that led to a transition from "freelance developer" to what is now Zaengle; a full-time full team of hard working web professionals.