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Greetings everyone! Slides, slides, and more slides! A lot of people attended Vue.js Roadtrip in Par
 
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Greetings everyone!
Slides, slides, and more slides! A lot of people attended Vue.js Roadtrip in Paris. If you missed it you can take a look at the slides from the talks.
Another speaker announced at Vue.js London, stay tuned!
You can now build an Excel add-in using Vue and the Excel JavaScript API, check it out.
Over 100 issues already - almost 2 years in this community, time flies…keep enjoying!

News
Slides - Create an Engaging Mobile App with NativeScript and Vue.js
Slides - Animations in Vue.js
Slides - How Vue and GraphQL can evolve your development workflow
Decentralising Vuex
Release v0.14.0 vue-cli-plugin-apollo
Release v1.1.0 · vuetifyjs
Release 2.1.0-beta.3 · vee-validate
Burke Holland
So............

You can build an Excel add-in with @vuejs. Then load it into native Excel.

Not that you would. Just that you can.

But I would. AND I DID. Special thanks to my graphic designer, @elijahmanor.

More on @vuejs and Office Add-ins ⇒ https://t.co/okv0aTSRKv https://t.co/FCwgfiNf8n
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