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Vue.js Developers Issue #31 - Vue Single-File JS Components In The Browser, Typescript Support in v2.5, AMA With Vue.js Team and more

Browser support for native JavaScript modules is finally happening. The latest versions of Safari and
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Vue.js Developers Issue #31 - Vue Single-File JS Components In The Browser, Typescript Support in v2.5, AMA With Vue.js Team and more
By Anthony Gore • Issue #31 • View online
Browser support for native JavaScript modules is finally happening. The latest versions of Safari and Chrome support them, Firefox and Edge will soon too.
One of the cool things about JavaScript modules for Vue.js users is that they allow you to organize your components into their own files without any kind of build step required.
In this week’s article, I’m going to show you how to write a single-file component as a JavaScript module and use it in a Vue.js app. You can do this all in the browser without any Babel or Webpack!
Other news this week includes a very interesting AMA with the Vue.js core team. They discuss plans for version 2.5, coming next month, and a rough outline for version 3.0. There’s also some cool tutorials I’ve gathered, check ‘em out below.

Our Latest Vue.js Article
Vue.js Single-File JavaScript Components In The Browser
6 Essential Vue.js Links From This Week
AMA With Vue.js Team
A Short Synopsis of Vue Storybook
Reducing Vuex Boilerplate For AJAX Calls
Using VueJS computed properties for dynamic module imports
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