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#103: 🇨🇦Vue.js Conference coming to Toronto, November 2018!

Hey, I’m happy to announce that VueConf is coming to Toronto, Canada 🇨🇦, November 2018! The website i
July 18 · Issue #103 · View online
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I’m happy to announce that VueConf is coming to Toronto, Canada 🇨🇦, November 2018! The website is still being prepared and should launch next week along with the tickets, but you can already follow them on Twitter @VueToronto.
— Damian Dulisz

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Who's excited for the very first @vuejs Conference in #Canada? 🇨🇦 The biggest North American Vue Conf is coming to #Toronto in November 2018!!! Great workshops & amazing talks are in line! Details and conference website will be announced soon! @VueToronto #VueConfTO #vuejs 🎉
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✍️ An anti-pattern I sometimes see in @vuejs is to use watchers + additional state variables to work with derived data.

Instead, use computed properties. They make the reasoning easier and use caching, so you get some performance for free 😉
The Best Explanation of JavaScript Reactivity 🎆 – Gregg Pollack – Vue Mastery
7 Tips For Building A Large Nuxt App – Jonas Galvez
Mocking global objects in vue test utils – Lachlan Miller – ITNEXT
Vuejs + Plotly.js = Reactive charts – Bob Thomas
Vue Tic-tac-toe tutorial – Deyan Atanasov – Ably Realtime
Writing Vuex modules in neat TypeScript classes – Arnav Gupta – Coding Blocks
Vue Native Starter Kit with Validation and State Management – Rajat S – Geeky Ants
Vuelidate Validation Messages – Nicholas Baroni – ITNEXT
Experienced Front End Developer, Blockchain – Berlin, Germany – Full-time
Vui: Custom Vue Components – Joe LoMoglio
GitHub - ktsn/vue-cli-plugin-auto-routing
GitHub - ktsn/vue-auto-routing
GitHub - abdullah/vuex-module-generator
GitHub - e2o/vue-element-query
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