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As Vue.js is getting more traction over time and more people want to work with it, more developers are searching for learning material from beginner level to expert. To help some of the people who every day are looking for quality resources, I have gathered some of the most discussed online sources which can provide knowledge over Vue and other relevant subjects.
Built For Vue is an open source project that serves as a mirror for projects and packages available on NPM. It combines information from npm and jsdelivr to provide useful stats to help choose the right package for your project.
VuePress has been officially out for some time now and some people may wonder why it’s so great or why bothering using it, I don’t write docs that often some may say. Well, you may never use it but before you forget all about it, read what can you do with it and how.
Code Notes is a project that can help with efficiency by offering a great tool: a notepad for codes. With it, you can write, manage and store your Github gists based on language and tags.
If you are using Vuex to handle JSON data that have deeply nested objects then you may find it difficult to use them in your applications. One solution to this problem is to split nested data into each module and decouple them from each other.
This February Vue is going to be at the center of the second day of the Frontend Developer Love Conference Day Conference. The conference will have a duration of 2 days: On the 15th & 16th of February, 2018 respectively.
Project Helios is a tribute site to the Vaporwave Movement, powered by Vue.js. The website consists of a song library, a home page, an about modal, volume adjust, and a search field with instant results.