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Now, to this week's articles...
With most modern browsers supporting native CSS variables, we can leverage this to connect a Vue component's state and styles. This RFC proposes syntax for this feature in single-file components.
Building fast front-end apps is no longer limited to taking care of what is happening in the browser. This article goes through the implementation of basic server-side rendering in a Vue-based app.
A complete tutorial on using Vue 3 to build a Medium clone.
Have you ever wanted to import SCSS files into every Vue.js component automatically? This article will show you how to do so with Vue CLI.
How can we inspect a Vuex app once released to production? In this post, we'll walk through the options available to you along with some tricks and tips to make the process a little easier.
This article demonstrates how to set up and configure Puppeteer to work properly with Nuxt.js and how to use it to scrape a job listing website for display on your website.
Learn how VuexFire can keep your state data in sync with the data in Firebase Firestore.
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