Introducing Vue.js

Vue.js an up-and-coming JavaScript library used to build web-interfaces. In this article, we will introduce you to the library, by building a small, single-page sample application. We will discuss how, why and when to use Vue.js, and introduce you to its elementary features. As such you will learn about templating, and how to develop components and directives to build interactive, performant user interfaces.

Source: Introducing Vue.js | DotNetCurry

Also see: “VueJS vs Angular vs ReactJS with Demos”:
http://www.dotnetcurry.com/vuejs/1372/vuejs-vs-angular-reactjs-compare

Setting up EPiServer find demo index – The remote server returned an error: (413) Request Entity Too Large. 

When running indexing for EPiServer find, the “EPiServer Find Content Indexing Job” in admin tools. The episerver find logs were filling up with these errors:

The remote server returned an error: (413) Request Entity Too Large. 

Problem connected to restrictions for the developer demo index.
I added this setup method as last setup line to the FindInitializationModule:

Also added this setting to web.config to enable this feature for certain environments. (dev, test etc. using transformations)

Demo developer services:

https://find.episerver.com/

Visual Studio 2017 not returning to correct line after ctrl click (go to definition) and closing window

For me the problem was connected to ReSharper which already implements this function. Solution was to disable the VS 2017 functionality for ctrl+click. (prefer the ReSharper way with built in decompiling)

Goto options -> Text Editor -> General -> uncheck “Enable mouse click…”

Disable the default vs2017 setting.

‘fatal: unable to access ‘\/.config/git/config’: Invalid argument’ when running VS 2017 and opening a GIT based solution

I got this message ‘fatal: unable to access ‘\/.config/git/config’: Invalid argument’ when opening a GIT based solution in VS 2017.
Solution was to add an environment variable “HOME” with value “c:\” (c: or where your project folder resides).

Solution info here:

Source: I get ‘fatal: unable to access ‘\/.config/git/config’: Invalid argument’ when running VS 2017 as a user on a different domain from local windows user – Developer Community