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Vue.js Newsletter #47: VueConf Schedule is here; New releases: vue-i18n, vuelidate,

Hey folks! Great news! VueConf schedule is finally here! Does your company use Vue? If yes, please co
May 31 · Issue #47 · View online
Vue.js News
Hey folks!
Great news! VueConf schedule is finally here!
Does your company use Vue? If yes, please consider filling the Vue.js Commercial Usage Survey. By doing so your company logo might show up at the VueConf keynote!
Vue-i18n got a major 7.0.0 release with tons of new features! Also, Vuelidate finally got a new release (v0.5.0) and now also works server-side! Vue-loader also got a bump to v12.2 and allows for deep scoping of components.

VueConf Schedule
VueConf 2017 | Schedule
Another great news – we plan to do Lightning Talks! If you’re interested in giving one stay tuned for more information this week. 
Reminder: Just 20 days left until the conference. Get the tickets here!
Vue.js Commercial Usage Survey
Release v7.0.0 · kazupon/vue-i18n · GitHub
Release v0.5.0 · monterail/vuelidate · GitHub
Release v12.2.0 · vuejs/vue-loader · GitHub
"Is anything being done in core Vue to make unit testing easier?"
Production Progressive Web Apps with JavaScript Frameworks | CSS-Tricks
JS web frameworks benchmark – Round 6 –
Switching From React To Vue.js
Switching From React To Vue.js
Vue JS - Mastering Web Apps | Udemy
GitHub - adgang/vue-tutorial
Migrating from KnockoutJS to VueJS · Jesal Gadhia
State Management in Vue: Getting Started with Vuex ― Scotch
GitHub - eddyerburgh/avoriaz
GitHub - xaksis/vue-good-wizard
GitHub - egoist/vue-no-ssr
GitHub - propellant/doctor
That’s all for this week. Thank you very much for reading.
See you next week,
Damian Dulisz & Krzysztof Jung
with love from vue-monterail
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