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Vue.js Feed - Issue #116: Nuxt v2.2.0 is out - Vuetify.js 2 releases out - Evan You live on stage FrontendDeveloperLove - Vue CLI 3 news & tutorials

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Greetings everyone! News of the week: Nuxt v2.2.0 is out! keep-alive-props to nuxt-child, customisab
 
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Greetings everyone!
News of the week: Nuxt v2.2.0 is out! keep-alive-props to nuxt-child, customisable global name, fixes and more!
Evan You will be speaking live on stage 13th of February for FrontendDeveloperLove - the conference in Netherlands, same people behind Vue.js roadtrip.
While the release of Vue CLI 3 & Vue Devtools v5 is no news, I have listed two articles below that can help you gain some insight into these great tools. Enjoy!

News
Nuxt.js
Nuxt v2.2.0 is out! keep-alive-props to nuxt-child, customisable global name, fixes and more! https://t.co/D7yJHgxHOq
10:15 PM - 13 Oct 2018
Vuetify.js
Surprise! Another 2 releases out today, 1.2.8 and 1.3.0-beta.0.

https://t.co/7F3y5WdRDy
https://t.co/A7XurqLDto
5:17 PM - 10 Oct 2018
What You Need to Know about Vue CLI 3
Deep Dive Into The New Vue Devtools v5.0
12 companies that have utilized Vue.js in their applications
Vue RecycleScroller and DynamicScroller
Tutorials
Deploy vue-cli 3 project to github pages Deploy vue-cli 3 project to github pages
Creating an interactive map with D3 and Vue
Build a live search feature with Laravel and Vue.js
Build fullstack Javascript apps with Adonis and Vue
Testing real world Vue apps
A simpler way to use Vuex in Typescript with DI
Showcase
 DevAwesome created with Vue.js, Firebase DevAwesome created with Vue.js, Firebase
Jobs
Vue.js Contractor - Freelance (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Wordpress Developer - Full-Time (Remote)
Software QA Engineer/Tester - Full-Time (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Looking to hire Vue.js devs? Post a Job.
Code & Plugins
vue-free-transform
vue-burger-menu
vue
vuex-simple
Closing
In case you’ve created or seen something awesome, related to Vue.js, submit it here to share it with the community.
What gas is released when you crack your knuckles?
The fluid contains the gases oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide. When you pop or crack a joint, you stretch the joint capsule. Gas is rapidly released, which forms bubbles. In order to crack the same knuckle again, you have to wait until the gases return to the synovial fluid.
Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis.
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