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Hello, glad to see you here again. There is an issue with fresh installations of vue-cli with the `vu
 
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Hello, glad to see you here again.
There is an issue with fresh installations of vue-cli with the `vue ui` command and production builds. Check the threads for workarounds.
Learn more about Vue Vixens Workshops, there is going to be one also in @vuejsamsterdam.
Also check out the Vue.js Dublin website for the official meetup there.
Enjoy!

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Vue.js
PSA: fresh installations of vue-cli currently have issues with `vue ui` command and production builds due to problems in upstream dependencies (apollo-env and terser). We have issue threads for both with workarounds: https://t.co/PosHtH1eSw https://t.co/YBkPUlrpoy
8:42 PM - 2 Feb 2019
About Vue Vixens Workshops
Productivity in Vue — Part 2
Quasar Framework
Hi All, We’re almost ready to release Quasar v1.0.0-beta.1. Please hang on for 2-3 more days. Sorry for the delay – we want you to have the best experience possible with v1. Below is a teaser with new docs coming up. https://t.co/yqsiuavZMK https://t.co/M01FDPFW3O
2:30 PM - 31 Jan 2019
Welcome to VueJS Dublin
Tutorials
Vue.js App Performance Optimization: part 1 Vue.js App Performance Optimization: part 1
Vuethereum: The Vue library Ethereum deserves
Fullstack Vue App with Node, Express and MongoDB
Things that can go wrong without a strictly typed language
Showcase
SA Email Builder
Jobs
Senior Full Time Laravel Developer
Mid-Level Frontend Developer - Full-Time (Remote)
Looking to hire Vue.js devs? Post a Job.
Code & Plugins
vuepress-plugin-seo
practice-log-app
lazy-hydration
perfect-scrollbar
Closing
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