Issue #111 - Distributed Vue.js Applications, Code Sharing with NativeScript-Vue, PortalVue 2.0 Released, and more

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7 Must-Read Links From This Week

How to Cache Pages by URL with Vue, Vue Router and Keep-Alive

When your user has seen a page, navigates out and comes back, you don’t want to reload the content if the session hasn't ended. Here's a way to save bandwidth by caching pages using Vue, Vue Router and the keep-alive component.

Code Sharing with NativeScript-Vue

Check out the brand new NativeScript-Vue CLI plugin that enables sharing between web and mobile in a really painless fashion. This article shows you how to add the plugin via Vue UI and start scaffolding a new code-shared project.

How to Create a Blog using Nuxt.js and Contentful

Nuxt.js and Contentful can be used to quickly create a sophisticated blog site. Nuxt is great for providing server-side rendering, which is important for SEO, while Contentful helps the blogger keep their content organized.

The Trouble with Implementing SSR in a Laravel/Vue app

Are you trying to integrate server-side rendering into an existing Laravel/Vue application? This post covers the main issues the author ran into and will provide some tips along the way.

PortalVue 2.0 Released

Check out Portal Vue by Vue contributor Linus Borg. Version 2 has introduced source and target registration, duplicate checks, a MountingPortal component, and several performance improvements.

An (Almost) Comprehensive Guide on Using Storybook with Nuxt.js

Storybook is an open source tool for developing UI components in isolation. Using Storybook with plain Vue is no hassle, but it’s another story with Nuxt. This article provides a robust tutorial for those who want to start using Storybook with Nuxt.

Distributed Vue.js Applications Part 1: Loading Components via HTTP

In this article by Markus Oberlehner, you'll see how to use the Vue CLI to generate a component library which can be dynamically loaded via HTTP from a content and component distribution server.

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