Vue.js hooks, aka "no, not lifecycle hooks, the other ones", are a very useful composition mechanism offering a way to create reusable code more easily than with mixins. Sarah Drasner gives a helpful breakdown in this article.
Quasar is a Vue.js-based framework that allows you to "write code once and simultaneously deploy it as a website, a mobile app and/or an Electron app". Quasar creator Razvan Stoenescu has written a guide to the Quasar framework that covers its v1-beta features.
Vue contributor @kazu_pon has released a new Vue CLI 3 plugin for Vue plugin library authors called vue-cli-plugin-p11n. This article explains the motivation behind the plugin and its uses.
This article shows you how to build a button component that changes automatically on Promise resolution by leveraging event handlers. Written by Dobromir Hristov and inspired by a recent fix in Vue.js 2.6.
1000+ pixel-perfect SVG unicons (not unicorns, sorry) provided as Vue components. Made free and open source by Anton Reshetov.
Splitting your code by routes is one of the best (and easiest) ways to keep the first downloaded bundle size low. This article is part 2 in a series on Vue.js optimization by Filip Rakowski.