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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Between the Wires: Interview with Evan You

Read Evan You's interview on Between the Wires, about his early steps and how he got into Javascript and started building the framework we all now know as Vue.js.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Vue.js: Retiring vue-resource

Evan You has announced that the Vue.js team is retiring vue-resource.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Vue.js Jobs: The best place to hire Vue.js devs

VuejsJob.com is collaborating with VueJobs.com under the brand name VueJobs from now on.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Halloween Ghost Train builder is using Vue.js

Ghost Train Builder is a project, that lets you build (and then ride) your own ghost train, using Vue.js

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Vue.js Meetup in San Diego

Learn more about San Diego's newest VueJS Meetup!

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   3 months ago
 

Modular JavaScript: A Pragmatic JS Book Series - Crowdfunding

New Book Series: Modular JavaScript has been launched for crowdfunding on Indiegogo, with high goals and perks.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   4 months ago
 

GitLab chose Vue.js!

GitLab decided to use Vue.js.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   4 months ago
 

Server Side Rendering in Vue 2.0

Read about the major new feature, Server Side Rendering, that has come with the official release of Vue 2.0.

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Meta avatar kostas maniatis in News   4 months ago
 

A taste of modern Frontend: A Vue.js presentation

Presentation about Laravel and Vuejs, that took place at Melbourne Meetup at 27 Sept 2016

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Meta avatar Alex Kyriakidis in News   4 months ago
 

Updates about The Majesty of Vue.js 2

While we were working on the update of the book, we found out that if we demonstrate how to build each example with both Vue 1 and 2 side by side, the output is overwhelming. Therefore, we had two options. To overwrite the examples using Vue 2 or to create a second book.

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