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Vue.js Feed - Issue #62: Vue.js Official Style Guide released, Vue.js Meetups, vue-test-utils beta released, Vue Apollo GraphQL mutation examples, tutorials, plugins & more about Vue.js

Hello there, October is here and this week was filled with news about Vue & its community.  An of
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Hello there,
October is here and this week was filled with news about Vue & its community. 
An official Style Guide (beta) for Vue-specific code has been announced by Chris Fritz, with rules divided into 4 categories, from top priority to lowest. Make sure to check it out!
Many meetups about Vue are happening around the world, and on the 4th of October, 3 are taking place at the same day, in Paris, London & Tokyo!
Also, the official test library for Vue.js, vue-test-utils beta is released and Guillaume Chau shared more Vue.js & Apollo GraphQL mutation examples.
Don’t miss Bundle and publish your Vue component like a pro a tutorial using POI by egoist, and all the other resources in this week’s newsletter.

Image by Pablo H. P Silva.
Vue.js Official Style Guide released!
Vue.js Meetups
vue-test-utils beta released
Vue Apollo GraphQL mutation examples
Vue.js Amsterdam event
Supercharging SFCs
Vue Radar: Component to create Radar Diagrams
Bundle and publish your Vue component like a pro
Building server-rendered apps in Vue using Nuxt.js
Test Methods and Mock Dependencies in Vue.js with Jest
Extend or create custom layouts in Vue.js with the vue-extend-layout
Notification library for Vue.js
Getting Started with Vue.js
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Code & Plugins
Minimal Vue.js Markdown Editor
Vue.js responsive grid system
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See you in the next issue, until then, stay cool.
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