Newsletter Issue #221View and discuss this issue online
Vue 3.1 has been released. This article covers the main features being released, including the migration build allowing you to build and run a Vue 2 application with Vue 3 in a compatibility mode.
This article explains how to update the state of a component any time its contents (slot, children, etc.) are changed.
If you've got a Vue component that won't update the way you expect it to, this debugging guide will help you to quickly identify and fix the problem.
In this tutorial, we'll put the two frameworks, Vue and Svelte, side-by-side, and compare the different implementation approaches.
In this video, you'll learn how reactive programming frees you from tangled webs of callbacks and thereby makes your code more readable and less prone to bugs.
This guide will show you how to refactor a Vue 2 app to Vue 3 using the Composition API to express reusable stateful logic.
The Vue.js 3 composition API is useful as a powerful store solution, providing an intuitive way of storing, accessing, and modifying state across components.
In this article, you will learn how to build a simple web application with Vue.js, query your data from Sanity, and make it a Progressive Web Application (PWA) by installing the PWA plugin.
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