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139Tuesday, April 30, 2019
🇺🇸 VueConf.US 2019 talks are published; Views on Vue podcast; VueDose Tips Overload ⚡️


I hope you had a great week! This week we’ve got lots of great content for you. 😃

First, Vue Mastery has released 12 talks from the recent VueConf US! So many great presentations. You definitely don’t want to miss them.

Secondly, if you look for another source of quality Vue content, you might want to check out the Views on Vue podcast. The podcast follows a different form than ours, as it contains interviews and discussions on a few selected topics with the invited guests. I’ve been one of those guests a few weeks ago and it was an amazing experience!

And if you don’t have the time and are only looking for some quick tips, recently VueDose has published a series of useful tricks. Check them out.

Damian Dulisz

P.S. Thanks to Ben Hong for the help with this week’s issue. 👏


VueConf US 2019 Videos

The moment you've been waiting for is here. Vue Mastery has released 12 conference talks from VueConf US 2019, which includes talks from Evan You, Sarah Drasner, and many more!

April Update | Guillaume Chau on Patreon

From the great mind that brought you Vue CLI UI, Vue DevTools and more, Guillaume Chau (aka Akryum) released a post detailing his project updates, conference adventures, and more from April.

Views on Vue Archive

If you are looking for another podcast about Vue, you will definitely want to check out Views on Vue. New episodes are released every week! Every episode includes special guests like: Natalia Tepluhina, Damian Dulisz, Maria Lamardo and many more!

Nuxt: The Hard Parts

A common issue people have when working with Nuxt.js is integrating the @nuxtjs/auth module. In this article, you'll learn about core concepts of Nuxt.js that are critical to being successful when working with the auth module.

Thinking in components with Vue.js

This article contains a a brief history of Vue.js for those who are new to the framework and provides a high level overview of single file components.

Create a reusable button with Vue Dynamic Components

If you've never heard of dynamic components, this article covers what it is and provides a common scenario how this technique might be used.

Handling Dialogs with Vue Router

If you were ever curious of how you could use routing for modals / dialogs, this article is part of a series on Vue Router architecture that covers this scenario.

Testing with Jest and Vue.js: Pocket guide

When writing tests for your Vue app, there are common scenarios that you will want to cover. This article provides some guidance on how use Jest to mock functions and how to approach testing different parts of a Vue component.

Custom Build Modes with Vue CLI 3

Although Vue CLI takes care of a lot of the configuration for you, sometimes you want to be able to fine-tune the configuration of your application. This article covers methods on how to setup custom build modes.

Client-Side Storage in NativeScript Applications

When it comes to managing storage in NativeScript applications, Raymond Camden explores the variety of ways you can store client-side data in your NativeScript app and how it relates to common methods used in web apps.


Release v2.0.0-rc.0 · nuxt/vue-meta · GitHub


The first Release Candidate for vue-meta v2.0 is here, which should resolve most outstanding issues.

Release v1.0.0 · lukaszflorczak/vue-agile · GitHub


After about a year from the last version, a new v1.0 version of a carousel component for Vue.js inspired by [Slick](https://github.com/kenwheeler/slick/) has been released!

GitHub - brophdawg11/vue-dummy-mono-repo


This is a sample boilerplate monorepo for a collection of Vue components that you intend to publish to the NPM registry and then adjusted to work in this monorepo setup with [Lerna](https://github.com/lerna/lerna).

GitHub - cyon/vuex-pagination


This project strives to be the perfect fit for any paginated resource that needs to be integrated into a Vuex application and can serve many different use cases.