Newsletter Issue #164View this issue online
The 11th alpha of Vue.js has been released. One major change in this version is the renaming of the `portal` component to `teleport` to avoid potential naming conflict with native portals.
Are you building a large multi-page Vue app? Rather than building a monolith, you could break it into connected micro apps providing such advantages as easier maintenance, concurrent builds, and concurrent testing.
Setting up a Vue.js website with internationalization (i18n) is easier than you might think. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make your site multilingual by using VueI18n, a great package from the core Vue devs.
The first alpha for vue-test-utils-next, which targets Vue 3, has been released. The API will be kept as close as possible to the original vue-test-utils.
"Styled Components" is a component-first approach to styling your web apps. It means your components can be complete UI units rather than just structure and logic that gets styled from a separate stylesheet.
Vue Auth version 3 has been released. Improvements include an updated documentation site as well as various bug fixes and some new features.
With the upcoming release of Vue 3 and its much-anticipated Composition API, you may be wondering if Vuex is still needed or if it will soon become obsolete.
Our partner Vue School is offering a generous $40 DISCOUNT! Want to Level up your Vue and Web Development skills? Sign up now!
Special thanks to my senior Patreon sponsors Snipcart.
P.S. If you enjoyed this issue, show your support by buying me a coffee, or if you’d like to support me to create the newsletter ongoingly, you can make a pledge through Patreon.
P.P.S. Continue the conversation with Vue.js Developers on social media: