Newsletter Issue #209View and discuss this issue online
Vuex 4's primary purpose was compatibility with Vue 3. The Vuex 5 RFC propose several significant architectural changes to make Vuex more useful and easy to use.
This article compares the Vue 2 and Vue 3 app initialization code, showing how Vue 3 solves the shortcomings of the previous version.
Vue creator Evan You discusses the current state of the Vue.js project as well as future plans.
Learn how to build Vue components with design system variants and share variant styles using variant style provider.
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.
This article presents a blueprint for large Vue JS projects, based on the new and exciting Vite build tool and Lerna monorepo.
Learn about Oruga, a new lightweight library of UI components for Vue.js (2.x and 3.x) without any CSS framework dependency.
TroisJS is a new project for adding 3D graphics to a web page, similar to react-three-fiber. It combines Three.js, Vue 3, and Vite.
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