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131Thursday, February 21, 2019
Slides from Vue.js Amsterdam; Official NativeScript support for Vue.js; Quasar 1.0.0-beta released and more!


I have to tell you, Vue.js Amsterdam was a blast! 🚀 I’ve seen plenty of great talks, met lots of awesome people and had so much fun. I feel I’m still recovering from it (and the cold that I caught 🥶). Check out this awesome Twitter thread with most of the slides from the talks. Thanks @tomquinonero!

As you probably noticed, there’s no podcast this week since apparently both Gregg and Adam are also recovering from the conference. Tough times. However, if you miss their voices already, make sure to check on VueMastery.com starting tomorrow (February 22–24) for a full weekend where all courses are free! 🎉

Enjoy, — Damian Dulisz


NativeScript 5.2 Comes with Official Support for Vue.js

NativeScript 5.2 is here! Why should you care? Well, because due to the growing demand, NativeScript is now officially supporting Vue.js! 🎉

Announcing Vue Mastery Free Weekend

Announcing Vue Mastery Free Weekend

Next weekend (Feb 22–24) all courses on Vue Mastery will be completely free. Reserve your spot for free learning right now.

Quasar 1.0 — Reaching for the Stars

Quasar is rapidly reaching v1.0 with the 1.0.0-beta.0 release. Read the article for the whole list of all the new changes and features (there’s a ton of them!).

#048: Vue Beginners Workshop with Dobromir Hristov

Check out this great interview with Dobromir Hristov on the Views on Vue! Dobromir tells the story behind his beginners workshop, how it relates to Game of Thrones. Great tips if you plan to create a workshop yourself.

VueJS Amsterdam 2019

Some of the highlights from the conference picked by David O'Regan.

Creating a Store without Vuex in Vue.js 2.6

A great tip on how to create a simple store in Vue.js by using the new Observable API that became available with Vue v2.6.

Renderless or Bust! Why Renderless Component Libraries will Make Web Dev Easier and More Inclusive

Renderless components are a pretty new technique in Vue, but at the same time it’s an incredibly powerful one. It allows for a smooth separation of the logic and the user interface that consumes it. Might prove extremely powerful for open-source libraries.

How to Apply Nested Transitions in Vue

A great article on how to do more advanced scheduling for animations in Vue. For example, how to sequence animations that happen within child components. Extremely useful!

26 Time Saving Tips for Vue

When writing Vue applications, we waste our time by doing things the wrong way, when we could have been doing it the right way from the start. That’s why I put together this list of 26 articles that will help you save time, by teaching you how to avoid some common time-wasters.