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Issue #29 is here! This week GitLab revealed its plan to become as fast and performant as possible wi
 
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Vue.js Feed
Issue #29 is here!
This week GitLab revealed its plan to become as fast and performant as possible with Vue and Webpack. 
GitHub shares the story of Vue.js and its creation by Evan You.
Nuxt.js released v0.9.8, and a new Vue.js meetup is rising.
There are also a bunch of tutorials to get your hands dirty, and maybe you will find the proper tool for your project in our code section.
If we missed something or you are planning something awesome, let us know!

News
Our Big Frontend Plan Revealed
Evan You's story on GitHub
A Comparison of Vue.js Frontend Frameworks
Release v0.9.8 - Nuxt.js
Meetup: CinemaJS March: NodeJS and Vue.js
Tutorials
Vue.js Pokemon Battle Tutorial
Vue.js Syntax Highlighting with highlight.js
Build, test and deploy your Vue.js app easily with Gitlab
Testing Vue Components
Build a Realtime CRUD App with Vue and deepstream
Building a Simple EventBus in Vue.js
Laravel + Angular 2 / Vue.js 2
Showcase
Vuedeux: The Vuex to Redux Binding
Vonic
Jobs
Javascript Front-end Developer - Freelance (Remote)
Vue.js Javascript dev - Full Time (Oslo, Norway)
Senior Full-Stack Developer for Laravel/VueJS 2.0 Business App - Full Time (Remote / USA)
Code & Plugins
vue-flexboxgrid
cordovue
testcafe-vue-selectors
vue-horizontal-feed
vue-flexboxgrid
vue2-simplert
vue-upload
Closing
In case you’ve created or seen something awesome, related to Vue.js, submit it here to share it with the community.
how many black dots do you see
Curated with love by Alex Kyriakidis & Kostas Maniatis.
Looking forward to the next issue, until then, stay cool.
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