Vue.js Developers Newsletter Issue #105

Issue #105 - Build a Progressive Web App In VueJs, Creating Custom Directives in Vue.js, VueJS Amsterdam 2019 - The Best Bits, and moreView this issue online7 Must-Read Links From This WeekA directive’s job is to reactively apply side effects to the DOM when the value of its expression changes. This article will show you how to create a wide range of custom directives so that you can apply your programming needs directly to DOM elements.Missed the VueJS Amsterdam conference last week? Me too. Here's a nice summary of several talks including those by Evan You, Damian Dulisz, and Jen Looper.You don't need Node.js to create a Vue.js static single-page application anymore. This tutorial shows you how to accomplish it using native ES6 Modules, allowing you to add build tooling later if you wish.Contentful is a content infrastructure platform which integrates nicely into modern frameworks. This article shows how you can dynamically pull Contentful data into Nuxt.js while still taking advantage of server rendering.This is a brief tutorial on using abstract components with Vue.js to improve the readability of your templates and simplify your code. Written by Michael Lelyakin.A short tutorial about how to correctly combine Vue CLI's router plugin and the Vuetify plugin into one layout, while ensuring each plugin won't overwrite the setting of the other.A very thorough tutorial on creating PWAs with Vue. Covers implementation of Service Worker, one of the core technologies that adds an offline-first experience of a native app to a regular web app.SponsoredBuild stunning applications with the #1 Vue Material framework.Learn what Vue is, what kind of apps you can build with it, how it compares to React & Angular, and more in this free 30-minute video introduction.This book, written for Laravel developers who want to learn and master Vue, provides a detailed guide to full-stack development with these technologies, emphasizing design principles and best practices.Want your sponsored link or post in the next issue? Reply to this email to ask about rates!Thanks for reading!If you enjoyed this issue, show your support by buying me a coffee, or if you’d like to support me to create the newsletter ongoingly, you can make a pledge through Patreon.Until next week,Anthony Gore, curator

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