Newsletter Issue #147

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I'm taking a short EOY break so this will be the last issue for 2019. The next issue will be Jan 7th 2020.

Have a great holiday season!


Design Principles of Vue 3.0 [video]

Vue creator Evan You talks about the design philosophies and principles behind the changes that are coming in Vue 3.0 at the recent VueConf Toronto 2019.

Build Enterprise Vue.js Applications with Nuxt

A useful introduction to Nuxt.js explaining both core features and power features that make it a great choice for enterprise app development.

Vue Loader - How It Works

The Vue Loader docs have been updated by Evan You to give greater detail on how this important library works internally. A good read for expanding your understanding of the Vue ecosystem.

Access Template Refs in Composition API in Vue.js 3

A quick tip on how to access the old this.$refs by using ref() in Vue.js 3 components with the new Composition API.


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Introducing Pinia

A new lightweight state management library for Vue that leverages the new Composition API. Could this be an alternative to Vuex in the future?

Build Your First Ionic Vue App

Ionic is a cross-platform mobile app development framework. This article shows you how to build an app with @ionic/vue, which combines the core Ionic experience with the tooling and APIs that are tailored to Vue developers.

Announcing Core Node.js Support for ECMAScript Modules

Node.js 13.2.0 ships support for ECMAScript modules (known for their import and export statements). Note that the implementation remains experimental and subject to change.


Portal – a New Feature in Vue 3

In this article, you'll take a deep dive into the new Portal feature that will be shipped with Vue.js 3. Portal is a special component that allows you to render components in different places in the DOM tree.

How Vue Components Work (& How They Simplify Web Development)

In this post, we explore Vue components through useful examples and explain why they’re essential to Vue devs. Components make you more efficient, start learning with this tutorial!

Until next week,
Anthony Gore, curator


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