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Hello everyone In the 4th issue of April many great projects are presented. After much patience from
 
April 23 · Issue #39 · View online
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Hello everyone
In the 4th issue of April many great projects are presented. After much patience from the community Vuetify.js v0.11.0 has been released, the Buefy library based on Bulma & FunBook framework.
Read about Technology Trends in 2017 and The Power of Custom Directives in Vue.
Do not forget to check all the new projects, jobs, plugins and resources listed below.
Enjoy

News
Vuetify.js v0.11.0 has been released
State Management in Vue – Caleb Roseland
Trends in 2017: 5 Frameworks for the Future
The Power of Custom Directives in Vue | CSS-Tricks
So what’s this GraphQL thing I keep hearing about?
Article: A general comparison between two contemporary frameworks, AngularJS and Vue.js
Tutorials
Using Buefy with Vue.js, Lightweight UI components based on Bulma
Let’s Build a Web App with Vue, Chart.js and an API
Vue Form Components: Create forms based on the Bootstrap CSS Framework
Vuejs 2 Authentication Tutorial
Display an array of images using the vue images plugin
Showcase
The Coachella 2017 website uses Vue.js
FunBook
Jobs
Fullstack developer - Freelance (Remote)
Fullstack web developer - Full Time (Remote)
Looking to hire? Post a Job.
Code & Plugins
Visualforce with Vue.js
v-bar
vueR
vue2-editor
vue-ts-locale
vue-che
vue-trend
Closing
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Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis.
Looking forward to the next issue, until then, stay cool.
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