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Vue.js Newsletter #15: GitLab’s Vue-story, new Quasar Framework release, interesting Blaze-related discussion

Hey there, folks!Have you already heard that GitLab has chosen Vue.js as their go-to front-end framew
October 25 · Issue #15 · View online
Vue.js News
Hey there, folks!
Have you already heard that GitLab has chosen Vue.js as their go-to front-end framework? I guess that should prove to the unbelievers, that Vue.js is here to stay. 
But wait, there is more – we just found a thread on the Meteor forums, about using Vue.js as the base for Blaze 2.0.
Additionally, there are some new tutorials and job offers for Vue developers. 
And as always, lots of new resources! Among them a new version of Quasar Framework!

VueJS 2.0 Released, and Wijmo Supports It! | Wijmo
Why We Chose Vue.js | GitLab
Vue.js Tutorial | Vegibit
Create a List Component in Vue.js |
Lead Frontend Developer for Basic Income system | US, Remote
JavaScript (Vue.js) Front End Developer | UK, London
Quasar Framework
GitHub - Atinux/vue-adonis
Vue Query Builder
GitHub - radibit/alfred-vue
Vue MDL Documentation
Vue MugenScroll
GitHub - ianaya89/vue-esc
GitHub - xpepermint/vue-builder
GitHub - skadimoolam/go-vue-todos
Codepen - Vue2 page transitions with GSAP
As always, remember to let us know if you find something interesting, that would fit our newsletter! A tweet @VueNewsletter will do the job!
That’s all we got for this week. Thanks for reading!

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