Newsletter Issue #117
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Nuxt contributor Jonas Galvez provides seven pro tips for super-charging your Nuxt.js projects.
Test-driven development (TDD) is the process of writing tests before you write the associated code, and can be an effective approach for creating robust Vue.js apps.
Did you know native HTML5 validation can be used to validate Vue.js forms? This article shows you how and discusses whether or not you need a separate validation library.
In this article, you'll learn how to migration jQuery code to Vue. This guide is for people who may be coming from years of jQuery experience and want to see how things can be done with Vue.
The "builder" design pattern provides an object-oriented approach to generating components. This article will show you how to use it in a Vue.js app to build highly reusable listing views.
Learn how to build your own real-time group chat app with Vue.js. The PubNub Vue.js SDK will provide the app infrastructure.
The Nuxt CLI does not currently provide an out-of-the-box setup for unit testing like the Vue CLI does. This article will show you how to set up unit testing with Nuxt and Jest.
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