I know I've been down this road before, but this time, I think it's actually gonna work out.
Look no further than Conquer of Completion (CoC)(or Cock because we're 12)
I kid you not this shit has been great so far. My #vuejs support in Vim has never been better.
Also, fun fact about accessiblity (which was part of why I decided to do this), is if your #vuejs elements have innerHTML that isn't rendered in the VueJS slots, and for whatever reason, JS cannot be run on a users browser, that innerHTML remains.
<fa-icon> <--- vue element
I'm a link <-- inner html
In the above case if vue runs, we just get a fontawesome icon. If it doesn't, the anchor renders with the "I'm a link" text instead ^_^
The problem with this, though, is I'm trying to serve as much static content with #Django as I can.
The end result with having the entire site's CSS generated with JS is horrible page-load flicker as the page render with no styles, then re-rendered with *all* of the styles. (0/1)
Day 100: I made it...and with only 2 hiccups. The hours of coding I've done amount to way, way more than 100 but I'm glad I took this challenge because I've been motivated to push it just a little bit farther.
Thanks for the support peeps!
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