110Tuesday, September 4, 2018Vue.js London -50 GBP off all tickets promo code, Vue.js Devtools v5.0 beta released and more!
I’m so excited – just 3 more weeks until the Vue.js London conference. The lineup looks so awesome! 😍Most of the Vue News team (Me, Gregg and Adam) will also be there so feel free to come and say hi!
In case you still haven’t made up your mind about going to the conference – we got a sweet promo code for you! It will save you 50 GBP off all tickets for the conference. This includes workshops. Just go to the ticket page and enter the following discount code: 50EVTUSRIR.
Just a few days ago Guillaume Chau has released the 5.0-beta version of Vue.js Devtools. If you were wondering about all the improvements that we’ve been working on during the last Vue.js Sprint, you can try them right now.
Cheers! — Damian Dulisz
Promo code: 50 GBP off all tickets – Vue.js London 2018
Just 3 weeks until the Vue.js London Conference. If you still haven’t gotten your ticket, here’s a special promo code 50EVTUSRIR that will save you 50 GBP off all tickets, including workshops.
Vue.js, Evan You, and the intersection between art, design, and technology
Here’s an interesting interview with Evan You touching on several topics around the financial part of creating Vue. It also talks about other issues maintainers face nowadays like burnout and or lack of funding. The last issue is something Tidelift wants to solve. The service aims at creating a stable income for open-source maintainers by connecting them with companies that use their projects.
Testing a Vuex store – Edd Yerburgh
Slides from the recent talk at Vue.js Summit conference about testing.
Building a Desktop App with Vue: Vuido
You can build more than just web apps with Vue, like real desktop applications. And I’m not speaking about Electron based apps. On the contrary – thanks to Vuido you can build apps that use native GUI components. Read this great article by Natalia Tepluhina to learn how to get started with it.
Vue.js - Scoped Styles vs CSS Modules
What are the benefits and drawbacks of using either of these solutions? Which one is a better choice for your application? Michał Sajnóg from the Vue Core team answers those questions in this article.
Simple Vue.js Form Validation with Vuelidate
Sometimes form validations can be surprisingly tricky. In this tutorial, Dobromir Hristov shows how Vuelidate, combined with Vuelidate-error-extractor can make this much easier especially for those more complex cases.
Dockerise your Nuxt SSR App like a boss! (A True Vue Vixens story)
For those of you who are also interested in devops – here’s a short tutorial by Diana Rodriguez on how to use Docker to simplify your Nuxt app deployment.
Video: Build a YouTube bookmarking site
Here’s a series of video tutorials that will guide you through building a bookmarking site using Vue-CLI 3.0 and Firebase.
Vue.js Login Component with Spinner
A simple tutorial on building a spinner for a login form. Although this tutorial shows how to manage loading states inside Vuex, this is not something you should be doing unless you need to access it inside different components. Local component state is usually good enough for all types of loading related properties, validation results etc.
Configuring Dynamic Environments in Nuxt.js Project
Maisnam Raju wrote a quick tutorial on how to define dynamic environment variables for Nuxt.js based apps that can be used on different deployment platforms like Google App Engine or Digital Ocean.
GitHub - sagalbot/vue-select
A Vue.js component that provides similar functionality to Select2 without the overhead of jQuery. Just recently it hit the 2.5 version.
GitLab - demsking/vue-cli-plugin-env-validator
A Vue CLI Plugin to validate Environment Variables with type checking like Vue Props