Templates are how we typically compose our components in Vue.js. In React, though, it’s more common to use JSX.
Render props is a design pattern from the React/JSX world that allows fine-grained control over rendering and a potential alternative to anti-patterns like mixins.
In a guest post on the Vue.js Developers blog, Darren Jennings explains how render props can be used in Vue.js and provides an interesting demonstration for doing so.
In other news this week, Vue Devtools 4.0 has been released. Guillaume Chau from the Vue core team has published an overview of the new features and improvements in a Medium post.
Check it out, below!