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As Vue.js is getting more traction over time and more people want to work with it, more developers are searching for learning material from beginner level to expert. To help some of the people who every day are looking for quality resources, I have gathered some of the most discussed online sources which can provide knowledge over Vue and other relevant subjects.
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Paytm Mall delisted 85,000 sellers, leaving just 30,000 on its platform. Paytm said it has authenticated all its current sellers, even the smallest ones.
The move doubles Alibaba’s investment in Lazada after last year’s deal to buy a controlling stake in it for about US$1bil (RM4.29bil) and is a part of its efforts to boost its global sales. Reuters SINGAPORE: Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding is investing an additional US$1bil (RM4.29bil) in South-East Asian online retailer Lazada Group, boosting its stake by nearly a third to 83% and amplifying its focus on the region.
Founded in Berlin in 2011, Delivery Hero has grown rapidly and now employs over 6,000 people, providing a digital platform to order meals from more than 150,000 restaurants in 40 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia. Reuters BERLIN/FRANKFURT: Online food takeaway firm Delivery Hero is preparing a flotation that could value one of Europe’s largest Internet startups at up to 4bil (RM19.26bil), raising funds to help it fend off new competitors such as Uber and Amazon.
Packages moving along a conveyor belt inside a Wal-Mart fulfilment centre in Pennsylvania. The vigour of Wal-Marts online investments today contrasts with its initial reticence in e-commerce, which was due to worries that growth of online shopping would cut into sales at brick-and-mortar stores.
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.
Once in a while I come across a company that seems like a complete no-brainer. An idea that induces a why hasnt this beendone already moment.