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How to combine multiple path route files in Vue.js?
If you build a complex application in Vue.js, you may wonder how you can split route paths into multiple files. The idea is not to place and manage all the routes into one single file. It will definitely be a nightmare to manage and handle the routes. This is why by placing a router file to each individual system or module will make your life easier to manage your app.

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ASP.Net Core 2.0 - HTTP Error 502.5
When you deploy your asp.net Core 2.0 application, you may receive the following error message which is about processing failure or HTTP error 502.5. This particular error is maybe caused by the program can't start because api-ms-win-crt-runtime-l1-1-0.dll is missing.

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ASP.Net MVC Identity without Entity Framework
In this tutorial you will learn how to create your own custom identity authentication and authorization with ASP.Net MVC without using Entity Framework. By default, the example given in the MVC official tutorial site is using Entity Framework. So if you do not want to use Entity Framework and want to use external data source or your own database, you may want to read the following article I wrote on how to integrate your existing login details.

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a custom form validation in Vue.js. I will create a simple validation using the help of JQuery library for the event attachment and DOM query. If you do not want to use JQuery, feel free to change it to native Javascript. The reason why I use JQuery library is to save time in the development phase. Let's get started with the concept.

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How to publish or deploy Vue.js app?
Once you have completed the development phase of your Vue.js app, you want to start deploying or publishing your Vue.js app. To deploy it is pretty simple, what you have to do is to deploy using the Node.js command prompt. Note: this only applies if you are using the CLI mode without using the Vue.js script tag directly

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