Newsletter Issue #203View 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.
Hosted by the creator of Vue.js, Evan You, Vueconf.US 2021 will be an online, virtual event. The call-for-papers is open until January 30th, so submit your talk ideas soon!
Is there a way to allow for persistence of Vue refs? This article shows how to compose additional caching logic on top of Vue refs.
An often-touted selling point of Vue is that it is designed to be incrementally adoptable, making it a perfect candidate for applications that are sensitive to broad structural changes. Here's a guide for .NET projects.
The code for nesting routes in Vue Router can be a pain. Here's a different method inspired by Laravel routing.
This article will talk about a feature of Storyblok that is not highlighted often, yet is extremely powerful - the rich-text field, and more specifically, the possibility of inserting Nuxt components.
Need to test your Vue components? This article contains a lists of DO’s and DON’Ts and some practical tips on how to structure UI component tests.
Vue has released its 3.0 version while most of the ecosystem, such as UI component libraries, are still working on an upgrade. Which of the top UI component libraries can be used with Vue 3 as of now?
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