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I’m a total newbie to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (“SSMS”). I’m trying to debug SQL functions and getting totally lost. To make matters worse, SSMS does not have a built-in query debugger. Fortunately, you can debug your SQL queries in Visual Studio

Here is a simple set up to display a google maps street view in Vue/Nuxt. We create a new google maps instance and pass in the HTML element where we want to attach the google map. We also specify the lat/lng where we want the map to display.

<div id="open-house-wrapper"></div>
export default {
new google.maps.StreetViewPanorama(
position: { lat: 42.345573, lng: -71.098326 },
pov: {
heading: 0,
pitch: 0,
<style lang="scss" scoped>
width: 100%;
height: 100%;

Let’s get started…

npm install --save-dev node-sass sass-loader

2. Install the style-resources plugin

npm install --save-dev @nuxtjs/style-resources

3. In the assets folder, create a new directory called “scss.” Inside of this new directory, create a file called “colors.scss.” In colors.scss, add the following:

$color-variable: #4EA5D9;

4. Add the following to nuxt.config.js. Make sure you retain the order below: css => modules => styleResources otherwise the the modules may not load correctly.

export default {
css: [
modules: [
//You will have to add this new object if it doesn't exist already
styleResources: {
scss: ['./assets/scss/*.scss']

5. Now, in your component add the bolded part to the <style> tag of your template. Now, you can use your variable to set the background-color.

<style lang="scss" scoped>
div {
background-color: $color-variable;

$ npm i -S vue-textarea-autosize 

2. Create a vueTextareaAutosize.js file in the /plugins folder. Import your plugin then pass it into Vue.use()

import Vue from 'vue'
import VueTextareaAutosize from 'vue-textarea-autosize'

3. In nuxt.config.js, add ”~plugins/vueTextareaAutosize.js” to the plugins array.

plugins: [..."~plugins/vueTextareaAutosize.js"]

4. Rebuild your application

npm run dev

Lance Watanabe

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