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RC10 continues to check off bug fixes and brings us one step closer to a production release 🎉
serverPrefetch (SSR) anyone?
This version includes updates and progress on the following:
Something that caught our eye -
Events are displayed in the center view (aka the Timeline) and are organized in layers. Each layer represents a different kind of event. Clicking on an event will make it grow and will display more information about it in the right pane…
Pretty awesome! We’re excited to see and test the updates.
@nuxtjs/mdx allows you to write JSX in your Markdown documents in your Nuxt application with MDX.
- Import .mdx files as Vue components
- Import Vue components in your .mdx files
- Replace markdown elements with Vue components with the MDX Provider.
Jonathan Bakebwa introduces MDX support for VueJS and NuxtJS while also using Chakra UI Vue for MDX components
Why would you want to use the new Vue 3 Composition API? This video aims to explain how and why you may want to use the new composition functions in your next project.
Geist is an open source design system for building modern websites and applications.
Geist React- React UI library
Geist Vue- Vue UI library (2.0)
Geist Typography- Easy to use text layout style
Geist Style- Additional CSS style implementation
Geist is a cross-framework design system based on Vercel. It’s clean, modern, and already has a nice suite of usable components. Need a collapsible file tree? Check out the
files component…you’ll thank us later :)
In this episode of Views on Vue, Lindsay and Steve talk with Debbie O’Brien, Head of Learning at Nuxt. We discuss Nuxt becoming a company, the new component and content modules, and the static module. We also talk about enhancements to the Nuxt documentation, providing new ways to learn Nuxt and ways to integrate it with other technologies.
The @nuxtjs/color-mode module is a cool way of adding dark mode to your site. But not only does it switch from dark to light but also any color theme (eg: sepia mode). It even has auto detection so that it will choose the right mode depending on your system appearance.
Did you know that you can package your progressive web app (PWA) in an Android app and publish it on the Google Play Store? Well, you can. This way, mobile users will be able to find it and download it, and everything will behave like in a native application. Personally, I wasn’t aware of this until I came across the TWA acronym, which means: trusted web activity.
We’re constantly amazed by the progress that Nuxt.js is making. Really neat use case of using the nuxt-twa-module to transform your PWA into an Android app, using Trusted Web Activities (TWA).