If you haven't heard, Vue 2.6 is out! This should be the last minor update to Vue before version 3.
There are more than 20 new features in 2.6 and just as many bug fixes - you can see a complete list in the release notes.
I'm a big fan of the new slot syntax, and I love the idea of unifying regular slots and scoped slots. It's amazing how Vue always manages to find the cleanest, seemingly obvious solutions to difficult issues!
You can read Evan's coverage of the new features here. I've also done an article on the new ES modules build.
Vue 2.6 features an ES Module Browser Build, allowing you to write modular Vue apps that can run in the browser without a build step. This article will delve into the background of this feature and explore possible uses.
Vue 2.6 "Macross" has been released. New features include improved scoped-slot syntax, improved error handling, improved compiler warning messages, and my personal favorite, dynamic directive arguments!
This is the first part in a series of articles by Filip Rakowski that covers Vue performance optimization techniques. This part explains how lazy loading allows you to split a Webpack bundle and serve only the needed code.
This book, written for Laravel developers who want to learn and master Vue, provides a detailed guide to full-stack development with these technologies, emphasizing design principles and best practices.
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