Newsletter Issue #143

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Using Vue Observable as a State Store

Want a lightweight alternative to Vuex for managing state in Vue.js web apps? Vue.Observable can be used as a state store instead of Vuex in simple applications. Here’s a simple way to get started.

A Trick Up Vuex’s Sleeve: Promises And Weakmaps

Some devs fetch data by making AJAX requests inside store actions. The author of this article says that components shouldn’t know where or how to get data, only what data they need, and shows a pattern for separation by using Weakmaps with Vuex.

Compiling Vue 3 From Scratch And Trying The New Composition API

In this article, the author will show how to compile Vue 3 from the latest source code and try out some of the new APIs using TypeScript.

Drag And Drop Blocks With Vue.js

In the past, drag-and-drop was generally handled with jQuery, but things would quickly get messy. Learn how to create a flexible drag-and-drop by integrating the Sortable library into a project using Vue.js.

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Using Vue.js with Node.js?

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Manage your Vue.js Modal Windows Effortlessly using EventBus

This article offers a best-practice approach to creating dialog windows using the EventBus pattern with Vue.

How to Organize your Components Using Atomic Design

Often, when you start the development of a new application, you can get in trouble understanding how to organize your files. In this post, you'll learn how to do it using the Atomic Design approach.

An Early Look at the Vue 3 Composition API in the Wild

The Composition API brings a new way of creating components, separating code and extracting reusable pieces of code. In this article, you'll see how the author used the Vue Composition API in a real project to check where it might be useful and how it could be used in the future.

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Until next week,
Anthony Gore, curator

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