Vue.js Developers Newsletter Issue #123

Newsletter Issue #123View this issue onlineAll of the admin dashboards in this curated list are open source, suitable for hobby or commercial purposes, and are actively supported by the publishers.Vue creator Evan You recently released a proposal for a new function-based API. In addition to showing the future of Vue, it reveals 3 key insights about what the future of front-end development might look like.Dynamic components are one of the most underutilized superpowers of Vue, allowing developers flexibility and a reduction of verbosity in their code. In this article, you'll learn to display structureless object data using dynamic components.Learn how to export multiple Vue.js single-file components from a proxy component, allowing for a clean separation of logic and presentation. This pattern is great for generic tables and forms.SponsoredSnipcart, an HTML/JS based e-commerce solution, just released its v3.0 (in beta)! Now, we’re looking for great developers to come test it out and tell us what they loved, hated, or questioned with our newest Vue.js based version—totally free of charge.In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a Vue app secured with JSON web tokens, allowing for authenticated CRUD operations to a Laravel backend.Let's say you needed to track how many times a specific button in your Vue app is clicked. The first thing that comes to mind might be with a click handler. But with renderless components, you can abstract the logic into an easy-to-reuse component.In this tutorial, you'll learn how to set up Vue.js server-side rendering from scratch with cool features like CSS modules and code-splitting, as well as a hot-module reloading environment for fast development.SponsoredTake the new Developer Economics survey, answer a few questions about tools, platforms, and technologies for a chance to win cool prizes!Special thanks to my senior Patreon sponsors Vue School.

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