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Valid <head> elements include meta, link, title, style, script, noscript, and base. These elements provide information for how a document should be perceived, and rendered, by web technologies. e.g. browsers, search engines, bots, etc.
vue-meta is a Vue 2.0 plugin that allows you to manage your app's meta information, much like react-helmet does for React. However, instead of setting your data as props passed to a proprietary component, you simply export it as part of your component's data using the metaInfo property. These properties, when set on a deeply nested component, will cleverly overwrite their parent components' metaInfo, thereby enabling custom info for each top-level view as well as coupling meta info directly to deeply nested subcomponents for more maintainable code.
A no-dependencies HTTP client library for browsers and Node.js with a promise-based or Node.js-style callback-based API to progress events, text and binary file upload and download, partial response body, request and response headers, status code. Any one, two or three arguments can be skipped, except the url.
Hopenet is an accurate and easy to use head pose estimation network. Models have been trained on the 300W-LP dataset and have been tested on real data with good qualitative performance. For details about the method and quantitative results please check the paper.
A small framework for creating a beautiful mobile navigation header to accompany the jQuery.mmenu navigation menu on your website and webapp.Need help? Have a look at the documentation for demos and documentation.
Just set the title option inside the component. Within the component it is still possible to update the $title state, it is also available to be used within the component template. It is also possible to generate a title dynamically, using a function. It receives as an argument the component instance.
Checks whether a hyperlink is alive (200 OK) or dead. A link is said to be 'alive' if an HTTP HEAD or HTTP GET for the given URL eventually ends in a 200 OK response. To minimize bandwidth, an HTTP HEAD is performed. If that fails (e.g. with a 405 Method Not Allowed), an HTTP GET is performed. Redirects are followed.
Handle document meta/head tags in isomorphic react with ease. Handling title and meta/head tags in a isomporhic react is tricky. Its declarative to define those tags within the component, but they need to be moved on document head on client side as well as server side. While there are other modules which helps with the use-case like react-helmet and react-document-meta, but they require to define those tags in a object literal. react-meta-tags allow you to write those tags in a declarative way and in normal jsx format.