Newsletter Issue #157
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With the help of the Vue.js community, Evan You tells the story of how he fought against the odds to bring Vue.js to life in this video documentary.
Vue provides a way of extracting and reusing the state and logic of a component, but the template is deemed single-use only. In this article, I'll show you a hack for extending templates using HTML pre-processing.
This article will help you gain insights about how Vue's reactivity system works by recreating it from the ground up.
This post shares the journey Nexmo went through to migrate their developer platform from React to Vue.js. It goes through the reasons behind the change, how they did it, and a few lessons they learned along the way.
Learn about data fetching using the Vue composition API, and see how to incorporate swrv, a stale-while-revalidate data fetching library.
The new functions provided by the Composition API give users more flexible access to Vue's reactivity system. This can be used to create a basic state management store as shown in this article.
Vue 3 alpha 5 has been released providing basic server-side rendering support. A new `createSSRApp` API has been provided to ensure hydration logic is tree-shakeable for apps that do not require it.
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