Accelerating new projects with VueJS + 8base

There’s a directory named graveyard at the root path of my computer. It’s where my dreams go to die!

That’s morbid. Excuse me; it’s where I move projects that I’m no longer actively working on. It keeps my working directories slim and organized.

The other day, I went rummaging around my graveyard. Over two-dozens applications and components are collecting dust…

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