7 Vue Patterns That You Should Be Using More Often: Handling Loading State; Cheap Static Components with “v-once”; Recursive Components; Inline Templates; Dynamic Directive Arguments; Event & Key Modifiers; Dependency Injection (Provide/Inject)
Let’s take a look at some interesting but not so popular Vue features.
Let’s be honest, reading documentation is not something that most of us enjoy, but when working with a modern front-end framework like Vue, which is constantly evolving, a lot of things change with every new release and you might have missed some of the new and shiny features that were later introduced. Let's take a look at those interesting but not so popular features. Keep in mind that all of these are part of the Official Vue documentation .
In this article, you’ll learn how to build a Vue custom select component that can be easily be styled using your own CSS. In fact, it’s the same component that we use in production on Qvault, and you can see it in action on the playground.
There are plenty of libraries out there that will have you up and running with a good tooltip solution in minutes. However, if you are like me, you are sick and tired of giant dependency trees that have the distinct possibility of breaking at any time.
Vue-ShortKey - The ultimate shortcut plugin to improve the UX .Vue-ShortKey - plugin for VueJS 2.x accepts shortcuts globaly and in a single listener.