Two-way binding is arguably one of the most powerful features of Vue.js. It enables developers to easily and elegantly manage state and DOM updates with very little code.
Christopher Agnus has put together a great & quick overview of two-way binding in Vue.JS and what’s going on underneath the hood. Check it out below.
Christopher Agnus put together a very short and succinct overview of the most common Vue.js concepts. Complete with example code. Great for a beginner to Vue.js or for re-jogging your memory.
Vue.js CheatSheet By Christopher Agnus Looking for more Vue.js Resources?
my full list of Vue.js resources.
Create social share elements on DOM objects
Sharer.js by ellisonleao
If you’re using an HDMI TV to display your Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi 2, you may have trouble with the audio playing through the TV.
This happens when the monitor is configured to send it’s audio through DMT mode instead of HDMI.
To force your Raspberry Pi audio through the HDMI TV audio, try running the following command(s).
Hit control + o to save the file and then control + x to exit.
Reboot your Raspberry Pi and try again to see if your audio now works via HDMI.
Raspberry Pi Forum Thread
Raspberry Pi Docs on the config.txt file
A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects to be applied to links, buttons, logos, SVG, featured images and so on. Easily apply to your own elements, modify or just use for inspiration. Available in CSS, Sass, and LESS
Hover.css – A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects
Easily automate your next web project with Gulp.
Quench: The Gulp file generator.
Just add a class for a plethora of super simple CSS animations.
multiscroll plugin by Alvaro Trigo. Create divided multi-scrolling pages with two splited vertical layouts or panels.