If you want to extract the data from a CSV file and use it to populate your web app, this is the right article for you.

What is a CSV file?

The first line in a CSV file contains all the keys for the data.
Every line after that contains the values, in exactly the same order as the keys.
This can look like this:

first_name, last_name, email, age
Terry, Daniell, terry@email.com, 47
Shirley, Nielson, shirley@email.com, 28
Gabriella, Ridge, ridge@email.com, 82

This way data can efficiently be stored since the keys are not repeated.
CSV files contain data quite efficiently compared…

Cover Image: Netlify Environment Variables
Cover Image: Netlify Environment Variables
Cover Image: Netlify Environment Variables

An overview of Netlify environment variables and how to use them in your web app

If you are building a web app, the chances are good that you need to use a secret API key that you do not wish to be published online.
That is where environment variables come in.

Note: This article is specifically aimed at working with Netlify environment variables, but the information about environment variables is not Netlify specific.

What are environment variables?

One hugely important use for environment variables is storing API keys.
For example…

Improve your user’s access to the relevant data

Cover Image: “Working with arrays in Vue.js”

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If you are gonna build a web app, you will probably have to display some data of the user.
To make it easier for users to access the relevant data, we can sort and filter their data.
In this article, I will show you how you can do this with Vue.

So let’s say you are trying to make a web app to display a bunch of different recipes.
These recipes all have different properties.
For a recipe, it’s important to know what ingredients you will need and how much time you need to cook. …


Frontend developer working with Vue.js and Nuxt

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