Issue #104 - 26 Time Saving Tips for Vue, How to Apply Nested Transitions in Vue, Official Vue.js Support in NativeScript 5.2, and more

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7 Must-Read Links From This Week

I Created The Same App with Vuex and Redux. Here Are The Differences

Comparing two similar tools can bring a better understanding of the features of both. In this article, the author creates a todo app with both Vuex and Redux.

26 Time Saving Tips for Vue

Michael Thiessen has summarized 26 Vue.js articles to help you avoid some common time-wasters and save you time when creating your Vue projects.

Form Validation with HTML & Vuejs

This article shows you how to leverage HTML5 validation in a Vue.js app, as well as how to override any boring defaults and display attractive error messages.

Official Vue.js Support in NativeScript 5.2

The NativeScript project is now officially supporting Vue.js. This means feature parity with any core functionality added, plugin compatibility when using Vue, and NativeScript enterprise support is now available for Vue users.

Building a Real-time Location Tracking app with NativeScript-Vue in Under 350 Lines of Code

This tutorial walks you through the process of building a real-time location tracking app with NativeScript-Vue. Amazingly, this can be done with under 350 lines of code and in less than an hour.

How to Apply Nested Transitions in Vue

Animating an element when showing or hiding it is pretty easy in Vue. But what about those cases when you want to show or hide nested children sequentially? This article shows you how to do it in a clean, controllable way.

Introducing Draft Pull Requests

GitHub has just released a new feature: draft pull requests. Now you can start a conversation with your collaborators as soon as your brilliant idea or code is ready to take shape.


Vue.js Material Component Framework | Vuetify.js

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Free Vue.js Crash Course For Beginners

Learn what Vue is, what kind of apps you can build with it, how it compares to React & Angular, and more in this free 30-minute video introduction.

Full-Stack Vue.js 2 and Laravel 5 | PACKT Books

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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