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Vue.js Feed - Issue #49: "What we learned at VueConf, The Majesty of Vue.js 2 100% complete, moving Vue.js chat to Discord, Voten goes open-source and much more about Vue.js

Greetings everyone! Back to base for us, and with a clear mind we decided it's time to write some tho
July 2 · Issue #49 · View online
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Greetings everyone!
Back to base for us, and with a clear mind we decided it’s time to write some thoughts down about our experience at VueConf, read below.
The “Majesty of Vue.js 2”, is now complete with over 1700 readers, a big thank you to everyone who supported us, enjoy a discount coupon!
Also, Vue.js chat is moving to Discord from Gitter after some discussions, and Voten goes opensource! Read more below.
Stay tuned: The recordings of VueConf will be published for free on YouTube. 

VueConf 2017
What we learned at VueConf
The book "The Majesty of Vue.js 2" is 100% complete
Gitter chat for Vue.js is moving to Discord
vue-meteor has now code splitting support
Voten goes open-source
GraphQL in the browser with Apollo-graphql - no build steps required
Vue-Multiselect stable release
GitLab was at VueConf 2017 sharing how they use Vue.js.
Impressions after Vue Conf 2017
A Progressive Web Application with Vue, Webpack & Material Design [Part 3]
Migrating from KnockoutJS to Vue
Build a realtime chart with Vue and Pusher
Users authentication with Vue.js & Lumen
Migrating from Angular to Vue.js
Full time Javascript developer - Full Time (Remote)
Full Stack Developer - Full Time (Indianapolis, USA)
Code & Plugins
Vue.js devtools for Firefox
In case you’ve created or seen something awesome, related to Vue.js, submit it here to share it with the community.
Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis & Alex Kyriakidis.
Looking forward to the next issue, until then, stay cool.
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