Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had many new releases, including Angular v8 beta.3, JUnit 5.4 and many more.
Vue.js just had its 5th anniversary and the team is celebrating with a new release! Today, we’re taking a closer look at Vue 2.6 and its most important changes.
Last week at Vue Toronto, Evan You previewed the upcoming Vue 3.0. Based on the reports, it looks faster, smaller, and easier to maintain than before. We take a look at what’s ready for release, what needs more work, and how we’ll tackle the road ahead to Vue 3.0!
The Upwork Skills Index is here once again with the top 20 freelance skills companies have their eye on for the third quarter of 2018. Public cloud goes big but we see some major changes compared to the first two quarters of 2018. Let’s take a closer look.
Are your apps missing something fundamental? Element is a Vue 2.0-based component library aimed at giving developers consistency, efficiency, controlled consequences, and lots of operation feedback. Elements is logically sound, reasonably structured, and easy to use.
If you’ve never created a Vue.js application, Flavio Copes is going to guide you through the task of creating one and understanding how it works. The app you’re about to build is the Vue CLI default application. Happy coding!
GitHub projects live and die based on how good their documentation is. If a developer can’t read the repo, then they are going to find an alternative. Thanks to VuePress, it’s easier than ever to automatically update your documentation.
Vue CLI is the standard build toolchain for Vue.js development. The latest release, 3.0 has everything you have hoped for! Vue CLI 3.0 has tons of new features that aim to realize one main goal: less configuring, more coding. Let’s have a closer look at everything the new release has to offer.
As an Eclipse developer, do you find support for your favorite framework lacking, outdated, or just plain MIA? Do you envy the blazing speed at which new technologies are supported in VS Code? If the answer is yes, then the CodeMix plugin for Eclipse is exactly what you need.
These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan. And, as it turns out, the former has a lot of fans, at least according to our latest poll. This doesn’t mean Vue.js has won the war, though. On the contrary, it has just begun.