The growth of Vue continues and we are almost ready for Vue 3. As ever Evan You will deliver the State of Vuenion 2020, if we are lucky maybe we see some Typescript code from him ;)
With an expanded Vue Test Utils team and with Vue 3 on the horizon, we’ll talk about our plans for 2020. What’s coming in v1?
Gregg Pollack is the founder of VueMastery.com, the Ultimate Resource for Vue.js developers. Previously he founded Code School, an online software programming school, Envy, a web application development firm, and Starter Studio, Orlando’s first technical accelerator now in its ninth class.
Thorsten will be speaking about Composition API and emerging best practices. Are you ready for some expert level tips?
Vue Storefront is currently the biggest Open Source eCommerce frontend that works with any backend platform and already has more than 60 live shops. For the past 2 years we are constantly improving our solution but we came to the point where architecture became a limitation... so we decided to do a rewrite and use the latest Vue features. As one of the first big projects in the world on Vue 3 we had a chance to explore and adapt new amazing patterns brought by Composition API. During this talk you will learn how using new Vue 3 features can bring developer experience to a completely new level!
We will dip into Serverless, Jam Stack and more.
An inspirational talk about climate change what we as a community can do to prevent further climate change
How Vue-Announcer can help you create Accessible Single-Page Applications. Vue-Announcer announces useful information for screen reader users. Learn how to use this plugin to customize receive alerts and notifications as users navigate your application.
Producing high quality work is dependent on a well-organized team, especially in a high-pressure environment like an ad agency or a production studio. At a certain scale almost every team struggles with cultural differences, perceived pressure from management or misaligned definitions of success. Over the years Tim has learned that you are more successful if you understand what motivates people and he created a framework (yes, he's a developer) to deal with projects in complex environments that he calls "Team First".
With the increasing popularity of Nuxt.js the core team and authors have not been sitting still. In February Sebastien will talk about the progression and plans for Nuxt.js in 2020.
Pooya will be diving into Nuxt.js. Nuxt.js is a free and open source web application framework based on Vue.js, Node.js, Webpack and Babel.js. The framework is advertised as 'meta-framework for universal applications'.
Sarah Drasner is an award-winning Speaker, Head of Developer Experience at Netlify, Vue core team member, and Staff Writer at CSS-Tricks.
How to apply validations using Vuelidate and its ecosystem in combination with the new Composition API
Testing a component can be counter-intuitive. It requires a mental shift to wrap your head around the differences between testing components and testing plain scripts, knowing what to test, and understanding the line between unit and end-to-end tests.
TDD makes everything easier. Instead of writing tests by examining all bits and pieces of a finished project, and trying to guess what you should cover, you’re doing the opposite. You’re starting from actual specs, a list of things that the component should do, without caring about how it does it. This way, you’re ensuring that all you test is the public API of your component, but you’re also guaranteeing you don’t forget anything.
In this talk, we’ll cover why TDD is an ideal method for testing Vue components properly, and we’ll do it together live. We’ll deep dive into why TDD works the way it does, and how it can bring you full confidence over iterating on your Vue projects. At the end of the talk, you will know exactly what to test in your Vue components, and how to do it efficiently.
About new features in Vuetify 2+ and a showcase of the work that went into upgrading the version and highlight key features.
Rahul is the creator and runner of An Awesome Conf in Bangalore, he is part of the Vue.js Core team focusing on rollup-plugin-vue and vue-issue-helper
Have you ever encountered a situation where you're handling a quite complex relational data structure in your Vue application? Like users have many posts, posts have many comments? This talk will dive into managing such complex data in Vue, the pain points, the possible solutions, and how Vuex ORM can help you with it.
BootstrapVue is one of the most popular component libraries in Vue.js land. During this talk, I'll tell my story of joining BootstrapVue during a major release phase. Lessons learned about the importance of proper documentation and A11Y for component frameworks and the state of BootstrapVue and our plans.
Most current UI libraries provide great user experience with a vast of components. But when it comes to heavy customization and non-standard scenarios, especially for E-Commerce, they become hard to manage, scale or even slow down performance. How to create a UI library that provides users the most possible freedom in customizing components, while keeping our performance and scalability to the fullest? How much customization freedom is enough? What other lessons learned, during building StorefrontUI, that can help other Vue developers in building their own system?
Guillaume - better known as Akryum - has been working a new 'side'-project and he's about to reveal it for the first time!
Balancing the pro's and con's of the new vue-router
Vue.js is an amazing library for building user interfaces, but it (purposefully) lacks some of the bells and whistles of a full framework. That’s where Gridsome comes in! Gridsome is a framework built on top of Vue, that provides you features like pre-rendering, a centralized GraphQL data store, and a plethora of performance and developer experience improvements out of the box. In this talk, we’ll walk through the features of Gridsome and the reasons you should or shouldn’t consider reaching for it on your next project.
Static pre-rendering is an overlooked feature of Nuxt. You can use it for more than your average blog. Here's why