Newsletter Issue #171View this issue online
Vue creator Evan You discusses lessons learned from rewriting Vue for the next version.
The Composition API allows reactive component logic to be defined more intuitively. This article shows how to build a simple CRUD app leveraging this new feature.
Recreating Vue-like functionality is not all that difficult. To prove it, this author has created a step-by-step guide to building your own reactive framework prototype.
The author of Vue Formulate discusses why he created this form authoring library, what it does, and where it is going.
This epic post walks through the inner workings of the reactivity feature of Vue 3.
Did you know that you can use Vue.js to create interactive, animated visualizations using SVGs? This article will explore how you can do just that, by demonstrating the build of an animated COVID-19 tracker.
In this series of articles, the author discusses how to build a Vue component library as a plugin from development to distribution and documentation.
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