Become efficient in both frontend and backend web development with Spring and Vue Key Features Connect application’s frontend and backend with Vue, Vuex, and Spring Boot Leverage the latest web standards to enhance code performance, readability, and cross-compatibility Build secure full-stack web applications with Spring Security Book Description Building Applications with Spring 5 and Vue.js 2, with its practical approach, helps you become a full-stack web developer. As well as knowing how to write frontend and backend code, a developer has to tackle all problems encountered in the application development life cycle – starting from the simple idea of an application, to the UI and technical designs, and all the way to implementation, testing, production deployment, and monitoring. With the help of this book, you'll get to grips with Spring 5 and Vue.js 2 as you learn how to develop a web application. From the initial structuring to full deployment, you’ll be guided at every step of developing a web application from scratch with Vue.js 2 and Spring 5. You’ll learn how to create different components of your application as you progress through each chapter, followed by exploring different tools in these frameworks to expedite your development cycle. By the end of this book, you’ll have gained a complete understanding of the key design patterns and best practices that underpin professional full-stack web development. What you will learn Analyze requirements and design data models Develop a single-page application using Vue.js 2 and Spring 5 Practice concept, logical, and physical data modeling Design, implement, secure, and test RESTful API Add test cases to improve reliability of an application Monitor and deploy your application to production Who this book is for Building Applications with Spring 5.0 and Vue.js 2.0 is for you if you are developer who is new to Vue.js or Spring. It is assumed that you have some knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Java.
Nuxt.js is a progressive web framework for adding SSR capabilities to Vue.js apps. This practical guide will help you up and running with the fundamentals of Nuxt.js, how to integrate it with the latest version of Vue.js and enable you to build an entire project including authentication, testing, and deployment with Nuxt.js and Vue.js.
This book gathers the peer-reviewed papers presented at the 8th edition of the International Workshop “Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing – SOHOMA’18” held at the University of Bergamo, Italy on June 11–12, 2018. The objective of the SOHOMA annual workshops is to foster innovation in smart and sustainable manufacturing and logistics systems by promoting new concepts, methods and solutions that use service orientation of agent-based control technologies with distributed intelligence. Reflecting the theme of SOHOMA’18: “Digital transformation of manufacturing with agent-based control and service orientation of Internet-scale platforms”, the research included focuses on how the digital transformation, as advocated by the “Industry 4.0”, “Industrial Internet of Things”, “Cyber-Physical Production Systems” and “Cloud Manufacturing” frameworks, improves the efficiency, agility and sustainability of manufacturing processes, products, and services, and how it relates to the interaction between the physical and informational worlds, which is implemented in the virtualization of products, processes and resources managed as services.
Since its release in 2014, Vue.js has seen a meteoric rise to popularity and is is now considered one of the primary front-end frameworks, and not without good reason. Its component-based architecture was designed to be flexible and easy to adopt, making it just as easy to integrate into projects and use alongside non-Vue code as it is to build complex client-side applications. This book contains a selection of 11 practical projects covering different aspects of working with Vue. It contains: Build a Basic CRUD App with Vue.js, Node and MongoDB by James Hibbard Creating Beautiful Charts Using Vue.js Wrappers for Chart.js by Yomi Eluwande Build a Real-time Chat App with Pusher and Vue.js by Michael Wanyoike Building a Vue Front End for a Headless CMS by Michael Wanyoike How to Build a Chrome Extension with Vue by James Hibbard Build Your Own Link-sharing Site with Nuxt.js and vue-kindergarten by Nilson Jacques An Introduction to Data Visualization with Vue and D3.js by Christopher Vundi How to Build a Reusable Component with Vue by Deji Atoyebi How to Build a Game with Vue.js by Ivaylo Gerchev Build a Shopping List App with Vue, Vuex and Bootstrap Vue by Michael Wanyoike How to Develop and Test Vue Components with Storybook by Ivaylo Gerchev
This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Information & Operational Technology (IT & OT) security systems, IOSec 2019 , the First International Workshop on Model-driven Simulation and Training Environments, MSTEC 2019, and the First International Workshop on Security for Financial Critical Infrastructures and Services, FINSEC 2019, held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, in September 2019, in conjunction with the 24th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, ESORICS 2019. The IOSec Workshop received 17 submissions from which 7 full papers were selected for presentation. They cover topics related to security architectures and frameworks for enterprises, SMEs, public administration or critical infrastructures, threat models for IT & OT systems and communication networks, cyber-threat detection, classification and pro ling, incident management, security training and awareness, risk assessment safety and security, hardware security, cryptographic engineering, secure software development, malicious code analysis as well as security testing platforms. From the MSTEC Workshop 7 full papers out of 15 submissions are included. The selected papers deal focus on the verification and validation (V&V) process, which provides the operational community with confidence in knowing that cyber models represent the real world, and discuss how defense training may benefit from cyber models. The FINSEC Workshop received 8 submissions from which 3 full papers and 1 short paper were accepted for publication. The papers reflect the objective to rethink cyber-security in the light of latest technology developments (e.g., FinTech, cloud computing, blockchain, BigData, AI, Internet-of-Things (IoT), mobile-first services, mobile payments).