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Development

Problem solving is a day to day activity for developers. And Naept developers are no exception. As we like to share experiences, here is the place where we go back on some tricks, and how we solved some issues. Just in case you’d be interested.

Library

Should you use UUID?

When starting a new project, you might want to ask yourself : “How am I gonna index the objects I store in my database?”
Sharing

7 tips for VueJS developers

Almost a year ago, I started a GitHub repository named “Today I Learned“. It’s a place where I put little tricks I learned while developing. I talk about it in this article : Ce que j’ai appris aujourd’hui ! I’ve been filling it up since, and I think it’s time I share with you my...
Ethernet cable unplugged

Keep your data with you

Today, who would imagine working with colleagues, from home, with the tools we had 10 years ago ? I mean non-collaborative software, installed on your computer, and exchanging files by mail. Crazy, right ?

Easy collaborative editor with tiptap and ProseMirror

A month ago, I wrote a small tutorial introducing tiptap collaborative Editor. Since then, I have made two packages out of it. Though it is not mandatory to read it first, it will help you understand how those packages work under the hood.
Ideas waiting to be had

Form input elements and v-model in VueJS slots

In this article I’ll share with you the solutions I’ve found to a small issue I’ve encountered: using form input elements and the v-model attribute, in scoped slots.
Two women writing on computer together

Build a multi-document collaborative text editor with Tiptap and Socket.io

In this article, I’m going to take you on an adventure with me. Let’s implement the real-time collaborative text editor using tiptap and our own socket.io server.
Tree

A simple tree building algorithm

In this article, I will show you a simple JavaScript algorithm to build a tree, using functional programming.
Designer’s Desk

Animated transitions in lists and tables with VueJS

VueJS ships with easy ways to integrate transitions between elements. Here, we are studying the particular case of lists and tables.