Newsletter Issue #202View and discuss this issue online
Take your Vue skills and knowledge to the next level. Learn how to create blazing fast, scalable, maintainable, and Enterprise-Ready applications with Vue. Best practices, advanced patterns, guides, tricks, and more. The only advanced Vue book you need.
Vue creator Evan You reflects on the highlights of 2020 and announces plans for the Vue project for 2021.
Creating a markdown editor is not that difficult. Let's learn to create one using Vue, Marked and a sanitizer library DOMPurify.
Vno is the first native build tool for parsing, compiling, and bundling Vue components in a Deno runtime. Vno has an integrated CLI for quick set up.
Vite is a next-generation frontend tool which serves files on-demand over native ESM. This post discusses why the instant feedback loop unlocked by Vite is so important and what's new in Vite 2.
Working on a mid-large size app usually means hundreds of components. How do you make sure these components will scale?
In this article, you'll learn how to use a Vue 3 component as content of a Mapbox popup while keeping full reactivity.
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