VueUse is a library of over 200 utility functions used to interact with a range of APIs including those for the browser, state, network, animation, and time. This blog post explores some VueUse composables we can leverage to improve reactivity in our Vue.js applications.
Some languages and frameworks are so complicated that you may not remember all of the syntax or methods. Cheatsheets are notes that are easily accessible. This article provides where you can get resourceful cheat sheets on some popular web development technologies.
Nuxt is a web framework for creating Vue.js application. Nuxt introduces server-side rendering which improves performance in our Vue.js application. Find out in this blog post how to migrate your Vue.js application to a Nuxt application in 8 simple steps.
In Vue School’s latest course, you can learn how to create a simple Trello-style task board step-by-step. Get hands-on with this fun project, and learn how to create a drag-and-drop interface with Vue Draggable, style it with Tailwind CSS, and enhance it with VueUse
When starting a new project or refactoring an existing one, the question often arises: how to set up the project’s directory structure. In this article, explore three variants for structuring files in your Vue.js project.
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