How to Cancel Axios Requests in Vue.js 2 – A Comprehensive Guide

Are you excited to learn how to cancel Axios requests in Vue.js 2 effectively? In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the process step by step. By the end of this guide, you’ll be able to cancel ongoing API requests in your Vue.js 2 applications using Axios, improving your app’s performance and user experience. Step … Continued

JS for loop options.

JavaScript provides developers with a variety of looping constructs to iterate over collections of data, repeat statements, and perform other operations. In this blog post, we’ll explore the differences between the various types of for loops available in JavaScript. The for Loop The for loop is the most common type of loop in JavaScript, and … Continued

Axios vs Fetch Advantages

Why use Axios instead of Fetch for HTTP requests in JavaScript? When it comes to making HTTP requests in JavaScript, there are two main options: Fetch and Axios. While both have their own benefits, in this blog post, we will explore why Axios is a better option in comparison to Fetch. Easy to use: Axios … Continued

Some JavaScript Array APIs and when to use them.

JavaScript provides several array methods that help us manipulate and process data in arrays. These methods are .find(), .filter(), .some(), and .map(). Each of these methods serves a unique purpose and can be used in different scenarios to achieve specific goals. In this blog post, we will explore the difference between these methods and when … Continued

Creating Custom WordPress API Endpoints with Meta Filters

The WordPress REST API provides a simple and convenient way to access the data stored in a WordPress site. However, in some cases, you may need to create a custom endpoint that allows you to retrieve specific data based on specific criteria. In this blog post, we will walk you through the process of creating … Continued

Set ACF default values for existing posts.

I recently ran into an issue where I needed to add a true/false option to a page template. Setting this up was super easy, but the concern came up of what to do about the previous content? Of course, I did the usual Googling and came across this solution on stackoverflow.¬† ¬†Depending on how many … Continued