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Troubleshooting Guide: Windows 11 Taskbar Not Showing - How to Fix It

  If your Windows 11 taskbar is not showing, you can try several troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue. Here are some potential solutions you can try:

Choosing the Right Front-end Technology: Angular vs Vue.js vs ReactJS

  Photo by Bekah Allmark: Choosing between Angular, Vue.js, or ReactJS depends on various factors such as project requirements, team expertise, development timeline, and scalability needs. Here are some general guidelines: Angular is a comprehensive framework that offers a complete set of features for building complex applications, but has a steeper learning curve and requires expertise in TypeScript. It is best suited for large-scale enterprise applications. Vue.js is a lightweight framework that offers a basic set of features, but can be extended with plugins and libraries. It has a low learning curve and is ideal for small to medium-sized applications. ReactJS is a library that offers a basic set of features and relies on third-party libraries for advanced features. It has a low learning curve and is suitable for small to large-sized applications. Ultimately, the choice betwee

How to Capture a Screenshot in HTML Using Vue.js and html2canvas Library

  Here's a step-by-step guide on how to capture a screenshot in HTML using Vue.js: Install the html2canvas package using npm. npm install html2canvas --save Import the html2canvas library in the component where you want to capture the screenshot. javascript import html2canvas from 'html2canvas' ; Create an HTML button or link to trigger the screenshot capture. < button @ click = "captureScreenshot" > Capture Screenshot </ button > In the captureScreenshot method, use the html2canvas library to create a canvas element with the same dimensions as the window and draw the contents of the window onto the canvas. javascript captureScreenshot ( ) { const element = document . body ; html2canvas (element). then ( ( canvas ) => { // rest of the method }); } Convert the canvas element to an image by calling its toDataURL() method. const dataURL = canvas. toDataURL (); Create a new image element and set its src attribute to the data URL. co

How to get element by using querySelector in Vue?

  In Vue.js, you generally want to avoid using querySelector to access elements in a component's template. Instead, you can use Vue's built-in template directives and reactive data to manipulate the DOM. For example, if you want to access an element within a component's template, you can use a ref attribute to give the element a unique name, and then access it using the $refs property of the component instance. Here's an example: html < template > < div > < h1 ref = "pageTitle" > {{ pageTitle }} </ h1 > < p > {{ message }} </ p > </ div > </ template > < script > export default { data ( ) { return { pageTitle : 'My Page' , message : 'Hello, world!' } }, mounted ( ) { const pageTitle = this . $refs . pageTitle ; pageTitle. style . color = 'red' ; } } </ script > In this example, we've given the <h1> elem