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Vue.js Feed - Issue #86: Separate frontend + backend with Rails API, Nuxt.js and Devise-JWT, Quasar & iView releases, Testing Vue Components and more

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Greetings, Some great tutorials this week, including building a web app in Rails API and Nuxt, with a
 
March 18 · Issue #86 · View online
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Greetings,
Some great tutorials this week, including building a web app in Rails API and Nuxt, with authentication system using Devise-JWT. Also, new releases for some of your favorite Vue frameworks.
If you are around London on March 27th you can join the #8 Vue.js meetup.
Enjoy!

News
7 Secret Patterns Vue Consultants Don’t Want You to Know 7 Secret Patterns Vue Consultants Don’t Want You to Know
Quasar v0.15.8 & CLI v0.15.12 are out!
iView v2.11.0
London Vue.js #8 Meetup
Tutorials
How to separate frontend + backend with Rails API, Nuxt.js and Devise-JWT How to separate frontend + backend with Rails API, Nuxt.js and Devise-JWT
Layout broker for Vue app
Setup Vue with Storybook using Vue CLI 3.0
Testing Vue components with Laravel Dusk
Showcase
Vue Stacks Ecosystem: vstx Data-Table Vue Stacks Ecosystem: vstx Data-Table
Jobs
Freelance Vue Developer - Freelance (Remote)
Freelance Vue Developer - Freelance (Remote)
Looking to hire Vue.js devs? Post a Job.
Code & Plugins
vue-virtual-collection
Loading Vue plugin
t.coShare
vue-comment-grid
vue-morphling
Closing
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Curated with love by Kostas Maniatis.
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