Here in Syndicode, we like to tell you that Vue has a great future. Believe it or not but everyday it’s becoming more popular because of its new extensions. Did you hear about the last one? Vue-devtools is a browser devtools extension for debugging Vue.js apps.
You could already learn Vue by reading our blog. But there are other options as well. And to know about them you still need to read our blog first. That’s how it all works. This time, we offer you to learn Vue.js components with free video course. How do you like the idea?
Remember our tiny note about Vue vs React? The dilemma lies in that fact that we love Vue, but currently spend more time developing in React. In fact, we appreciate both. But today we decided to turn our attention to Angular, which is still playing a significant role and is in use by many large enterprises. Let’s take a primary comparison of Vue.js and Angular.js.
We always have something to tell about Vue. As you probably know, Vue offers stateless functional components, but why would we need to carry the state in a functional component? So, can we use hooks in Vue? Hooks can consume and use state from one to another. This means that if we need chain encapsulated logic, it’s now possible. Let’s take a closer look.
It seems like yesterday we just celebrated the release of Vue 3.0 for web development — and today we are excited to announce that Vue 2.6 ‘Macross’ is here! This release combines a number of substantial improvements, internal changes and new features which are highlighted in this post.
By now, you’ve probably heard of Vue.js, that relatively new on the block in the frontend world. There’s a lot to love about Vue. One great tool is the CLI, which provides some cool features that we are going to share with you. So, here are 4 things you can do with Vue.js CLI.