Newsletter Issue #300View and discuss this issue online
Exciting announcements for the release of Vue 3.3 "Rurouni Kenshin"! This release is focused on developer experience improvements - in particular, SFC script setup usage with TypeScript. Together with the 1.6 release of Vue Language Tools (previously known as Volar), we have resolved many long-standing pain points when using Vue with TypeScript. This post provides an overview of the highlighted features in 3.3.
Vue 3.3 has been just released 💚 And alongside other features and improvements, it includes a new compiler feature that I have been eagerly waiting on - generics support! This feature brings a new level of flexibility and reusability to Vue.js components as it allows us to create dynamically typed component slots or emits.
Migrating from Vue.js 2 to Vue.js 3 is not always straightforward, and developers need to be aware of certain changes and potential issues that may arise during the process. This article will discuss some of the key features from Vue 2 that have either been deprecated or updated in the release of Vue 3.
When developing a Vue application, you may occasionally need to expose a component's internal state. This allows the component consumer to finely control it outside the component. In this exciting new course from Vue School, explore the various techniques for exposing a component's internal state in Vue, as well as ways to achieve the same result using Vue's utilities without explicitly exposing the state.
Nuxt offers a set of powerful built-in tools for handling data fetching. This article examines the different methods Nuxt provides us for data fetching.
script setup is a compile-time syntactic sugar for using Composition API inside Single-File Components (SFCs). It is the recommended syntax for using both SFCs and Composition API. This article provides a guide to enhance your Vue3 Application using script setup.
This tutorial article is based on the common supabase tutorials and demonstrates how to build a basic user management app. The app authenticates and identifies the user, stores their profile information in the database, and allows the user to log in, update their profile details, and upload a profile photo.
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