this week highlight: A great interview with Evan You on the history and growth of Vue.
It’s also surprising (in a good way) that Vue has finally made it’s way into mainstream media in the form of an article on WIRED.
Looking for ideas for a new learning project to learn Vue? Robert Zehnder found his idea through his love for D&D. 🐉
— Damian Dulisz 🔥 A Neutral Good Shaman 💧
How Vue.js Creator Evan You Earns $16k/mo on Patreon
Evan You is interviewed about the growth of Vue and the evolution of his Patreon. Evan gives his recommendations on how to build an open source project and community around it.
Although the title is slightly misleading (there are more people working on Vue than just Evan), it’s nice to see that Vue is starting to reach more mainstream media.
Vue CLI 3.0 – Slides
If you want to give your company or meetup group a presentation on the new CLI, these slides are a great place to start.
Vue.js Conferences You Shouldn’t Miss
Gregg Pollack wrote up a quick list of the 7 upcoming Vue focused conferences going on in the next 10 months, along with the locations and ticket prices.
Arnav Gupta has been developing native Android apps for 8 years, he’s a little unhappy with React Native, and he’s very excited about Nativescript-Vue. Learn why in this article.
Building an Instagram clone using Vue.js 2, GraphQL and Graphcool
Kohwo Orient wrote up a killer tutorial showing how to build an Instagram clone using Vue.js 2 with the new CLI, GraphQL, and Graphcool.
A crash course on serverless-side rendering with Vue.js, Nuxt.js and AWS Lambda
If you're running Nuxt configured for server rendered deployment, you usually need to be running a Node server. Adnan Rahic wrote up an article showing how to render your Nuxt app using AWS Lamdba with the serverless framework.
Using Vue.js form-wizard
The next time you need to implement a multi-step form, where you need to show people progress as they fill out each page, maybe check out vue-form-wizard. Prajacta Khopkar recently wrote up a quick tutorial showing how easy it is to import and use in your project.
Vue.js Server-side-rendering with Asp.Net Core
Vue.js D&D Combat Simulator
Robert Zehnder was looking to start a new Vue learning project, and tapping on his childhood passion of Dungeons and Dragons he decided to build a combat simulator using the 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons systems reference document.
Vue Toolbox is a service that lists the best Vue.js libraries. Those are grouped together and can be easily searched.
The Vue Toolbox was created by Tiago Alves and Filipe Pina while learning Vue and wanting to give back to the community.
GitHub - ktquez/vuepress-theme-ktquez
A blog theme for VuePress by Ktquez 🤘.
tiptap – a renderless rich-text editor for Vue.js
This editor is based on Prosemirror, fully extendable and renderless. You can easily add custom nodes as Vue components.
GitHub - arturmiz/vuent
🎨 Vue.js components implementing Microsoft Fluent Design - arturmiz/vuent
GitHub - joblocal/vue-mapfit
A SSR compatible vue component which provides a Maps View with Mapfit