In this episode, we’ll take the Docker containers we prepared previously and use Docker Compose to get the complete PlayBall application running.
In this episode, we’ll be creating Docker containers for our applications, with the goal of making it easier to get them all running as a whole.
In this episode, we take a look at our frontend single page application, and the changes made to handle user authentication. We also take a look at a way to handle the CSRF token in the requests made to the BFF.
Wrapping up this first look at the frontend application built with Vue.js, in this episode we make it work with the group management Web API we developed so far.
In this episode, we continue playing around in the frontend, by centralizing all state using Vuex, making use of the patterns that are probably more popular lately due to their use with React and Redux.
In this episode, we start the frontend development with Vue.js. One can say this isn’t ASP.NET Core, but we do need a frontend and single page applications are all the rage these days, so we’re going with the flow 😛