Open-source Vue 3 components system for your next project based on TypeScript
In this episode of Building with Ben, we will be refactoring our Peek-a-Vue game from Halloween to see how to better organize our code with the Composition API.
Vuex 4 docs are here!📚 New “Composition API” and “TypeScript Support” section. We need help in translations! The changes are not big, so it should be fairly simple, any help will be super awesome 🙏https://next.vuex.vuejs.org
In this episode we discuss the rise of the Single Page Application, or SPA. From humble beginnings around 2003, it has come to be a dominant approach for many large tech companies and an alluring option for smaller startups. But for simpler web projects, are there better alternatives?
Now I would like to introduce Vue.js in Web Worker - a starter Vue.js app, which uses WorkerDOM to run Vue.js in Web Worker on another thread and asynchronously updating the DOM.
I am currently working on porting vue-lazy-hydration to Vue 3. With that comes the potential to make some significant improvements since Vue 3 has an API that allows controlling the hydration of VNodes. Working with the new APIs got me thinking about the general concept of hydration.
Open-source live chat software, an alternative to Intercom, Zendesk, Drift, Crisp etc. 🔥💬