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Hello, Many developments around Vue and we are only in the second week of 2018! A new version of Vue
 
January 14 · Issue #77 · View online
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Hello,
Many developments around Vue and we are only in the second week of 2018!
A new version of Vue.js devtools is out, with new features and improvements. Regarding the chrome.tabs permission, it was not actually needed after all.
Also, Vuejs.org is now powered by Netlify with a free open source team plan, enjoy the smooth experience.
Remember, only 1 month remaining for the Vue.js Conference Amsterdam, would love to see you all there.
Enjoy!

News
Nuxt.js 1.0 is out
quasar-awesome released
Vuetify.js v1.0.0-beta.3 has been released
The Vue libraries I made in 2017
The State of JavaScript Frameworks, 2017
Full-Stack Vue.js 2 and Laravel 5
2017 JavaScript Rising Stars
Tutorials
Add tags using an input with typeahead support
Templates for Vue Functional Components On the Fly
Template Driven Form Validation In Vue.js
Sponsored
Vue.js Conference Amsterdam
Showcase
2048 Game
Jobs
Full-stack web developer - Full-time (San Diego, USA/Remote)
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Code & Plugins
ic-formly
vue-focuspoint-component
vuejs-template
AutoTube
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