You probably know that it’s not a good idea to use jQuery and Vue.js in the same UI. But sometimes you have no choice; perhaps a client is insisting on a jQuery plugin that you don’t have time to rewrite for Vue.
In my article this week, I’m going to demonstrate how to safely add the jQuery UI Datepicker plugin to a Vue project by using a component wrapper.
In other news, Lawrence Turton reveals how to use Weex to code native mobile apps using the Vue framework, and Matt Rothenberg demonstrates how you can prototype the “Apply Filter” workflow from Instagram’s mobile app in under an hour.
jQuery and VueJS don’t play well together. But if you really need to use a jQuery plugin in a Vue project, you can wrap it in a single component to mitigate some of the potential problems. In this article, I’ll show you how!
Two new speakers have been announced for VueConf2017! Eric Baer will be speaking on the evolution of API design from RPC to GraphQL, and Jacob Lee will be sharing on how to use serverless technology to ship Vue apps that scale.