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September 16 · Issue #112 · View online
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Hello, I hope you are having a great day!
Only a few days remaining for Vue London, hurry up and get your ticket - 10 Speakers - 8 Lightning Talks - 1000 attendees - and more to enjoy in this big conference!
If you want to have a better understading of Nuxt.js, read the Universal application code structure in Nuxt.js article which explains the structure of the source code, by @KrutiePatel.
Lots to catch up, read on!

News
Vue.js London 2018 - only 4 days left! Vue.js London 2018 - only 4 days left!
Quasar Framework
Quasar v0.17.13 & CLI v0.17.16 are out! Many enhancements & fixes. https://t.co/ZPBOpoeh72
2:21 PM - 13 Sep 2018
Universal application code structure in Nuxt.js
Vue directory tree with notes
Vue.js (and Vuex) bug squasher cheatsheet.
Scalable baseline website setup with authentification and VueJS, Amazon S3 and .net core 2.1
Improving Client-Side Performance
tj.ieShare
Tutorials
How to build SPA with Vue.js How to build SPA with Vue.js
Create a Custom Vue.js Plugin
Vue Numeric Input Component: Install and Play
I created the same app in React and Vue (Part 2: Angular)
Building Vue Applications with TypeScript
Read how the author created an e-commerce shop with no backend
Sponsored
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Showcase
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Jobs
Remote JavaScript Developer - Freelance (Remote)
Front-End Engineer - Full-time (London, UK)
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Code & Plugins
Vue Undraw
vuejs-wordpress-theme-starter
vue-form-json
prism-editor
vue-limit
Closing
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