Evan You’s Visit to Toronto

Written by Yuri Takhteyev

Last January we had the first meeting of our brand new VueJS Toronto Meetup. It was well attended – we had about 150 people. It was clear that the Toronto developer community was excited about Vue. We were so happy with the turnout, we started thinking what else we could do. So, we invited Vue’s creator Evan You to come to Toronto! In a busy...

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Finding Your Gateway to Learning Vue

Written by Ben Hofferber

Learning is a unique experience. It requires relating our previous background to new concepts and patterns. Those experiences are remembered specifically and each person recalls a concept a little differently. I remember a picture of a ball falling with labelled symbols, others might remember the equation, and some may remember the sounds of the physics hall. Recollection can be a little different and thus, learning...

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Exploring Zero Configuration With Vue

Written by Andrew Thauer

Vue.js is a versatile and approachable framework for building modern JavaScript applications. You can start out by simply adding a script tag with some vanilla JS. Or you can go all-in and create a modern JavaScript application with all the trimmings using a build system such as Webpack. However, the latter requires a fair bit of configuration knowledge so it doesn't quite fit the...

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Do it with Elegance: How to Create Data-Driven User Interfaces in Vue

Written by Evan Schultz

Although we usually know what components are needed when building most views within an app, sometimes we don't know what they are until runtime. This means we need to build a screen based on the application state, user preferences, or response from an API. A common case is building dynamic forms, where the questions and components needed are either configured by a JSON object, or...

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A Bridge to Help Women Advance Their Careers in Tech

Written by Rangle.io

This article first appeared on Betakit. In tech publications today, you regularly see articles on building inclusive work spaces for women and removing the stigmas of “brogrammer” culture. Groups like Move the Dial highlight the institutional barriers women face in their tech careers. Essays like the one published by former Uber software engineer Susan Fowler detailed specific offenses, which brought about swift and dramatic change...

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