141Wednesday, May 15, 2019 Vetur 0.20.0 released. Gridsome 0.6 is here. jQuery, NativeScript and...
There is quite a spread of articles this week that should be of interest to a variety of skill level. From migrating to Vue from jQuery to building component libraries with Lerna, Storybook, and npm.
We also have a couple of new releases: Vetur 0.20.0 and Gridsome 0.6!
— Ben Hong
Release 0.20.0 · vuejs/vetur · GitHub
Vue tooling for VS Code. Contribute to vuejs/vetur development by creating an account on GitHub.
Release v3.1.1 · vuejs/vuex · GitHub
🗃️ Centralized State Management for Vue.js. Contribute to vuejs/vuex development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Making the Move from jQuery to Vue
If you’re using jQuery and thinking about migrating to Vue.js, check out this article on the migration process of taking one to the other.
Vuex showdown: Mutations vs. actions
Michael Gallagher breaks down the distinctions between mutations and actions in a detailed article.
HTML5 Aided Vue.js Form Validation
There are many great tools out there for form validation, but the creator of vee-validate wrote an article on what a simple solution might look like.
Online Workshop - Build a Mobile App with NativeScript-Vue
Build a native mobile app that uses emojis to enhance a Tarot card reading app with NativeScript and Vue.js.
Sharing reusable Vue.js components with Lerna, Storybook, and npm
Learn how to create reusable components that can be shared across multiple projects with Lerna, Storybook, and npm.
Normalizing directive binding into an option bag.