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              <div id='app'>
  <blog-articles :dates-articles='datesArticles'></blog-articles>

<template id='my-template'>
  <div class='container'>
    <input v-model='searchQuery' class='search-box' placeholder='Search for articles...'>
    <div class='timeline' v-if='anyArticle()'>
      <div v-for='(dateWithArticles, date) in searchedArticles'>
        <p v-if='dateWithArticles.length > 0' class='date'>{{ date }}</p>
        <div v-for='article in dateWithArticles' class='article'>
          <span class='dot'></span>
          <p class='article-date'>{{ article.published_at }}</p>
          <h3><a :href="'#' + article.slug">{{ article.title }}</a></h3>
          <p>{{ article.teaser }}</p>
    <p v-else>No articles found.</p>
  outline: none
  box-sizing: border-box

  margin: 0 auto
  width: 100%
  max-width: 500px
    padding: 10px
    margin: 20px 0
    border: 1px solid black
    border-radius: 5px

    position: relative
    border-left: 1px solid black

      display: inline-block
      border: 1px solid black
      border-radius: 5px
      padding: 5px
      position: relative
      left: 15px
      margin: 15px 0

        content: ''
        position: absolute
        top: 50%
        left: -16px
        border: 1px solid black
        width: 14px

      position: relative
      left: 20px
      box-shadow: 0px 5px 10px 0px rgba(0,0,0,0.2)
      border-radius: 5px
      padding: 10px
      margin: 10px 0

        box-shadow: 0px 5px 10px 0px rgba(0,0,0,0.4)
        color: green
        text-decoration: none

        font-weight: 300
        font-size: 14px

        display: block
        position: absolute
        width: 10px
        height: 10px
        border-radius: 50%
        background: green
        left: -25.5px
        top: calc(50% - 5px)
              Vue.component('blog-articles', {
  template: '#my-template',
  props: ['datesArticles'],
  data() {
    return {
      searchQuery: ''
  computed: {
    searchedArticles() {
      var searchRegex = new RegExp(this.searchQuery, 'i');
      var searchedObj = {};

      if(this.searchQuery == '') {
         return this.datesArticles;

      for(var date in this.datesArticles) {
        searchedObj[date] = this.datesArticles[date].filter((article) => {
          return searchRegex.test(article.title) ||
                 searchRegex.test(article.teaser) ||
                 searchRegex.test(article.published_at) ||
      return searchedObj;
  methods: {
    anyArticle() {
      return this.countAllArticles() ? true : false;
    countAllArticles() {
      var count = 0;
      for(var date in this.searchedArticles) {
        count += this.searchedArticles[date].length;
      return count;

new Vue({
  el: '#app',
  data: {
    datesArticles: {
      'September, 2016': [
          title: 'Five',
          slug: 'five',
          teaser: 'five',
          published_at: '30.09.2016.'
          title: 'Four',
          slug: 'four',
          teaser: 'four',
          published_at: '15.09.2016.'
      'April, 2016': [
          title: 'Three',
          slug: 'three',
          teaser: 'three',
          published_at: '14.04.2016.'
          title: 'Two and a half',
          slug: 'two-and-a-half',
          teaser: 'two and a half',
          published_at: '02.04.2016.'
      'December, 2015': [
          title: 'Two',
          slug: 'two',
          teaser: 'two',
          published_at: '25.12.2015.'
          title: 'One',
          slug: 'one',
          teaser: 'one',
          published_at: '01.12.2015.'
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