Newsletter Issue #131

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Knowing What To Test - Vue Component Unit Testing

The most common question about testing Vue components I see out there is: "what exactly should I test?" In this article, I'll share with you some guidelines I use to ensure I don't spend forever writing tests but provide enough coverage to keep me out of trouble.

The Story of NuxtPress

NuxtPress is a new micro-framework built on Nuxt that takes care of loading Markdown files and making pre-rendered static files automatically available. Learn more about it in this article by NuxtPress creator Jonas Galvez.

Vue 3 Composition API Examples

Here's a repository showcasing the new Vue 3.0 Composition API with a complete to-do list example app.

How to Load Dynamic Images in Vue and Nuxt With Ease

Loading images with dynamic paths is a topic of confusion for developers that are new to Vue and Nuxt.js. This article will demystify the process behind dynamic paths and static asset processing.

Vue.js Powered Data Model and Query Builder

If you love the concept of reactive computed properties in Vue.js then learn how to implement a reactive data model with the regular features of Vue.js components.

How to Render Dynamic Components Defined in JSON Using Vue.js

In this article, you'll learn how to dynamically render a layout from JSON data using Vue dynamic components. This technique is particularly useful with a backend CMS.

VueStacks: Re-Purposable Full-Stack Vue.js Demos

VueStacks is a free collection of repositories for commonly-built Vue.js interfaces like image uploaders, calendars, task managers, etc in an assortment of full-stack configs including Firebase, MEVN, Laravel, and more.

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