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Number input component inspired by react-numeric-input and powered by Vue which serves as a replacement for the native input number with available options and methods for further customization. Live Demo Installationeval(ez_write_tag([[250,250],’vuejsfeed_com-box-4′,’ezslot_2′])); You can install the component via NPM or CDN npm install vue-numeric-input –save For most cases is best to include the Vue Numeric Input component local, directly into your selected file by importing it:
Vue Spinners is a project – a port of react-spinners. Over 20 loading spinners, Vue components, are included to find the one that suits you best.eval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],’vuejsfeed_com-medrectangle-3′,’ezslot_0′])); Demo Sandbox The Demo page has margin and size settings to see live any changes.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],’vuejsfeed_com-box-4′,’ezslot_2′])); Installation Usage There are a number of ways you can use this library!
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Taylor Otwell is hosting a contest for the most helpful/insightful/useful Laravel blog post written by a community member. The grand prize for the winner is $1,500 cash delivered via PayPal.
Team Synapse is Josh Cohen, Jacob Hoffman, Jordan Hank, and John Morgan, four Stanford University computer science majors with a shared interest in using computer science for the social good. They invite you to contribute to the Synapse project on GitHub.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today at the Open Networking Summit conference unveiled a Cross-cloud Continuous Integration (CI) capability that enables staging servers running Kubernetes to be automatically upgraded. In addition, CNCF demonstrated how the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) running on top of Kubernetes can automatically be distributed using the same CI platform.
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Azimo is mainly used by immigrants in the Eurozone to send money home to relatives in emerging markets in Central and Eastern Europe, West Africa, South Asia, the Philippines and Latin America. Reuters BERLIN: UK-based online money transfer firm Azimo is turning the process of sending remittances on its head by allowing mobile phone and computer users to send cash to any mobile phone number via text message, leaving it up to the recipient to claim the money.
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