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Hello! Starting with some news, FuseBox has vastly improved support for Vue.js components, iView UI f
 
October 8 · Issue #63 · View online
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Hello!
Starting with some news, FuseBox has vastly improved support for Vue.js components, iView UI framework released version 2.4, and a video of Q&A with Evan You at VueNYC meetup has been uploaded, check these out!
Also, some really nice articles & tutorials here today. Learn about reactivity in Vue.js 2 & what is planned for Vue.js 3, and see how to use Ionic 4 with Vue.js.
These and more resources from the Vue community below!
Have a nice day.

News
Introducing Vue.js Component Support for FuseBox
iView UI framework 2.4
Reactivity in Vue.js 2 vs Vue.js 3
Official Style Guide for Vue-specific code
VueNYC - Q&A with Evan You
An Introduction Vue.js 2: What is Vue.js
Groceries-vue iOS & Android
Tutorials
Vue Formly: Create JavaScript powered forms for Vue.js
Ionic 4 with Vue.js
Tinymce Editor Component for Vue.js
Build an Online Shop with Vue
Create a Photo Grid using a Vue Component
Jobs
Senior Front End Developer - Full Time (Seattle, USA)
Chess.com Front-end Developer (Vue.js / CSS) - Full Time (Remote)
Looking to hire? Post a Job.
Showcase
Semantic Vue: Vue integration for Semantic UI
Code & Plugins
single-file components
Color search & copy to clipboard pen
vue-firestore-chat
drummer
Display GitHub profiles and repositories with the Vue GitHub component
vuera
read-more
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