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156Thursday, September 5, 2019
Quasar v1.1.0 released! 11 talks from VueDay 2019 published; How to create the perfect docs;

Hello everyone,

I’m happy to let you know that Quasar v1.1.0 has been released with several new features and fixes. Most notably there’s a new component responsible for virtual scrolling!

Just a few days ago, there was a one day conference in Bangalore called JSFoo: VueDay 2019 and all the talks recordings are already published! Check them out!

Damian Dulisz


Quasar 1.1.0 released! – Quasar Framework Community

Changes include: New Virtual Scroll component, improved performance on dialogs and tooltips that are based on the portal component as well as numerous fixes and improvements to existing components.

JSFoo: VueDay 2019 – All Talks Videos

Here’s a playlist with all the talks from VueDay 2019 in Bangalore. The talks include one by core team member Rahul Kadyan titled "Future of Vue".

VuePress: Documentation Made Easy

An amazing article by Ben Hong on how to build a great documentation starting with the right approach to the technical details of using VuePress efficiently. I’m saving this one for later and I will most definitely use it the next time I work on docs.

Tips for Vue Developers Picking Up NativeScript

Just got started with building native mobile applications using NativeScript and Vue? Here’s a great article that will help you pick up some of the most useful plugins (from the NativeScript Marketplace) and point you to other learning materials to get you up to speed.

Reusable Popovers to Add a Little Pop

Sure, you can always use v-tooltip for most of your popover/tooltip needs, but if you wondered how to build one yourself, this article is for you. Mateusz Rybczonek walks us through creating a Popover component making use of the Popper.js library.

Knowing What To Test - Vue Component Unit Testing

Here’s a pretty good article on how to approach unit testing of Vue components. One advice that I really liked was "Don't go beyond the boundaries of the input and output (of a component)". This encourages us to treat the components as a black box, where the internal logic is just a mean to give a certain output to a given input.

Lazy Loading Individual Vue Components and Prefetching

The last part of the "Vue.js Performance" by Filip Rakowski, This one is about using lazy loading for individual components, how it affects the user experience and how to improve it with smart prefetching. There are some pretty neat tricks in there so make sure to read it!


GitHub - logaretm/vue-use-form


✅ A Vue.js composition API function to validate forms