Vue creator Evan You has provided an update on the status of Vue 3. TLDR; a release candidate for Vue 3 should be ready soon and the official release will happen shortly after when the key ecosystem tools are ready.
Check out this RFC with three interesting additions to the single-file component format that Evan You is proposing to improve developer experience in Vue 3.
This article introduces the cypress-vue-unit-test package for a better Vue component testing experience inside the Cypress test runner.
An improvement to the compiler and renderer in Vue 3 is the caching of event handlers. For better performance, handlers will be cached on the first render and stored as an inline function.
This post discusses how developers can make their third-party libraries support both Vue 2 & 3 and introduces Vue Demi which helps libraries support universal Vue code.
This article discusses strategies for making Vue components more reusable.
A complete guide to creating a markdown-based blog using the new Nuxt content module.
Until next week,Anthony Gore, curator
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