Vue.js has announced v3 is now released and available. Read this blog to know what's new in Vue 3 and get a comprehensive overview of new features in Vue 3.
From a composition API to full TypeScript support, this post gives an overview of the new key features arriving in Vue 3. Vue 3 is due for release in mid-2020. When it does arrive, it’s completely backward-compatible with Vue 2. The additional features are just that — additional and designed to improve the quality of a developer's life and give us new and varied ways of creating our frontends.
In this article, we take a deep dive into the new Portal feature that will be shipped with Vue.js 3. Portal is a special component that allows us to render components in different places in the DOM tree.
Vue New Features and Breaking Changes – Overview of Vue 3. I’m going over the new Vue features, discussing the future of the framework and making recommendations on how to start learning Vue in 2020.
Vue 3 is a major release — let’s see what’s coming. A major release of Vue is coming in this year, and we can expect a faster, smaller, more maintainable, and easier-to-use version of Vue in the upcoming days. Although there’s no fixed date for Vue 3, the road map shows that release is planned for the second quarter of 2020, and the new version is in the beta stage. So let’s look at some of the features and changes in Vue 3.
As one of four official Vue.js partners, the Modus team was excited to dive into the newly released Vue 3.0.0-beta.1 and explore the new features that the upgrade brings to the table.