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Vue.js Feed - Issue #64: Vue 2.5 released with better TypeScript integration, and a public roadmap, Vuejs Community Conference in Amsterdam at: 16-02-2018, new releases for vuex, Vuetify, Element, & Quasar.

Greetings everyone! New release for Vue this week, version 2.5 is out! The new version is coming with
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Greetings everyone!
New release for Vue this week, version 2.5 is out! The new version is coming with better TypeScript integration & error handling, and along with all this a roadmap detailing what the team is working on.
Other releases as well including vuex, Vuetify, Element UI, & Quasar framework.
Did you know about the community conference coming up in Amsterdam at 16-02-2018? Well, now you know, stay tuned for more!
Also, a new tutorial series by Sarah Drasner is out there, and you can learn how to handle production-ready Vue.js transitions & animations in a tutorial by snipcart.
More below, enjoy!

Vue 2.5 released
Vuejs Conference Amsterdam, happening in Feb 2018
Vue.js Meetup in Hamburg
vuex release v2.5.0
Vuetify.js released v0.16.6
Element UI released 2.0.0-alpha.2
Quasar Framework released v0.14.5 with fixes and enhancements
3 Code Splitting Patterns For Vue.js and Webpack
Exploring Data with Serverless and Vue - Part 1
Create an image gallery with the Lightbox component for Vue.js
An imperative guide to forms in Vue.js
Build a Scientific Calculator with Vue.js
Vue.js Transitions & Animations: Production-Ready Examples
Add floating labels using a Vue component without jQuery
Up and running with GraphQL, Laravel and Vue.js
Testing Vue
Create a Photo Grid using a Vue Component
Senior Front End Developer - Full Time (Seattle, USA) Front-end Developer (Vue.js / CSS) - Full Time (Remote)
Vue.js Storefront: PWA for eCommerce
Code & Plugins
Modal templates with Pug, SCSS, and Vue.js
Vue.js Tooltip powered by Tippy.js
In case you’ve created or seen something awesome, related to Vue.js, submit it here to share it with the community.
How many miles per hour does the earth move around the sun?
The circumference of the Earth at the equator is 25,000 miles. The Earth rotates in about 24 hours. Therefore, if you were to hang above the surface of the Earth at the equator without moving, you would see 25,000 miles pass by in 24 hours, at a speed of 25000/24 or just over 1000 miles per hour.
Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis.
See you in the next issue, until then, stay cool.
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