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Vue.js Newsletter #69: A year with Vue at GitLab, new learning resources, tutorials for Vuex and much more!

Hey there! What an exciting week! Many people mention GitLab as an example of a large app using Vue.
November 16 · Issue #69 · View online
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Hey there!
What an exciting week!
Many people mention GitLab as an example of a large app using Vue. But how do they feel about using Vue after more than a year? Read the new article by Jacob Schatz and find out!
Thinking about going to VueConf US next year? You should definitely know that there are plans for diversity scholarships to help you get there! Stay tuned for more information.
You have probably already heard about vue-test-utils. You can learn how to test your Vue apps straight from the lead developer of those tools – Edd Yerburgh. He is currently writing a book and the first 3 chapters are already available!
Another learning option is just around the corner – The early access (expires on Monday) is only $81 and you can further lower the price with our discount code: vuenews17.
As always, make sure to check out the articles and tutorials. Topics for this week: Vuex, i18n and filters!
One more thing. In case you missed it – 10 days ago Sarah Drasner has officially joined the Vue core team and just today so have I. I literally couldn’t be more proud and honored to be a part of such an awesome team! 💚
Enjoy the read!

Manning | Testing Vue.js Applications by Edd Yerburgh
Vetur gets support for syntax-highlighting for custom blocks in Vue files!
Release v0.17.0 · vuetifyjs/vuetify · GitHub
Release v2.7.0 Lara Croft GO · iview/iview · GitHub
How we do Vue: One year later — GitLab — Jacob Schatz
State of Vue.js 2017 Cover
State of Vue.js 2017 Cover
State of Vue.js — Key Takeaways from the Report — Karolina Gawron
Mocking Vuex in Vue unit tests – Lachlan Miller
Simple Asynchronous Infinite Scroll with Vue Watchers ― Chris Nwamba
Marvel API + Vuepack (Vue + Vuex) — Phong Huynh
Create A Vuex Undo/Redo Plugin For VueJS — Anthony Gore
Filters in Vue.js: What are they, how do you use them, and how do you make them? Mike Street
Vue-i18n async loading of languages - DigitalCult
Vue.js and Laravel at SpringboardVR – Vancouver, Canada, Remote – Full-time
Lead Front End Developer at Setkeeper – Paris, France – Full-time
Frontend Tech Lead (Vue.js) at Healint – Singapore, Singapore – Full-time
Senior Vue.js Developer at 64 Robots – United States – Freelance
Full Stack Engineer at Chewse – San Francisco, United States – Full-time
GitHub - vue-styleguidist/vue-styleguidist
GitHub - znck/prop-types
GitHub - VueMeetups/meetup-help
GitHub - euvl/vue-js-grid
GitHub - SabatinoMasala/vue-text-glitch
GitHub - jeweltheme/basix-admin
GitHub - ducksoupdev/vue-webpack-typescript
That’s it for this week.
Thank you for subscribing and I hope you enjoy the newsletter! 
Damian Dulisz
with love from Monterail

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