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Greetings, The news is that Vue just passed 1 million monthly downloads on npm! More Vue devs every d
 
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Greetings,
The news is that Vue just passed 1 million monthly downloads on npm! More Vue devs every day, meet some of them at the VueConfUS. Call for Papers is still open!
Evan You asks: “What are the most common changes you make to the vue-cli webpack template?”. Your suggestions can help improve the template.
Enjoy!

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