Newsletter Issue #285
Nx is a smart, fast and extensible build system with first class monorepo support and powerful integrations. This practical post will help you combine Vite with the NX monorepo tool.
Welcome to the world of testing! Ensuring that your code is reliable and bug-free is an essential part of the software development process, and using a good testing frameworks can greatly assist in this effort. This article will walk you through the basics of using Vitest to test your Vue.js applications.
GraphQL and REST are two popular API architectures for building web applications. Both have been widely used for building modern applications and have their own advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we will compare and contrast GraphQL and REST, explore the benefits of each, and provide code examples to illustrate the differences.
The signNow API is here to surprise you – always in a good way. We have designed the API to make it quick and easy for developers to build, test, and go live with an eSignature integration in one day instead of months.
Nuxt is an Intuitive Web Framework that allows you to build your next Vue.js application with confidence. This article explores the Nuxt-security module and how it can help in improving security in our Nuxt 3 application.
vue-use-state-effect is a fast and small library, built on top of the native Vue.js API that will provide a safe and sharable (across the app) state for your local composables and functions. This article provides a brief guide to using this handy library.
If you’ve used messaging applications then you will realize that typing indicators are very cool. In this blog post, learn how to build a typing indicator with Vue.js and Laravel.
The Composition API is a new way of building components that offers a more flexible and expressive way of defining behavior than the Options API, allowing easier reuse of logic and management of code dependencies. The latest article from Vue School compares the benefits and drawbacks of each approach and helps you understand when to use each one.
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