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Hello everyone, The rumors of the Vue School launch have been around for a while and on Thursday, the
 
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Hello everyone,
The rumors of the Vue School launch have been around for a while and on Thursday, they finally launched!
I was lucky to get access before they launched and I’m impressed to see how much knowledge they managed to squeeze in.
The VueConfUS call for proposals is now open. If you are interested in speaking make sure to submit your talk!
Also, check out how to make a simple asynchronous infinite scroll and loading of languages using Vue-i18n.
Go get them!

News
Vue School launched
iview release v2.7.0 Lara Croft GO
vuefire to update to Cloud Firestore
The VueConf.US 2018 call for proposals is now open
Tutorials
Simple Asynchronous Infinite Scroll with Vue Watchers
Vue-i18n async loading of languages
Adapt a text input's size to its content using a custom Vue.js directive
Filters in Vue.js: What are they, how do you use them, and how do you make them?
Learn How to Write a Vue Wrapper Component
Showcase
Vue Konva: A JavaScript library for drawing complex canvas graphics using Vue
Dark Mode List
Jobs
Front-end developer - Full Time (London, UK)
Senior Front End Developer - Full Time (Seattle, USA)
Front-end Developer - Full Time (Remote)
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Code & Plugins
meetup-help
vue-webpack-typescript
vue-ui
basix-admin
vue-tidyroutes
autoresponsive-vue
vue-tables-2
Closing
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