We talk with Evan You, creator of Vue.js, about his role as a creator and maintainer of Vue.js, as well as questions about upgrading legacy apps with Vue? What is a Vue file? How do web components fit in? Where is Vue 3 at? And advice on how to get started using Vue.js?
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- 00:39 Guest introduction
- 03:02 What is Vue?
- 06:40 Where does Nuxt fit in?
- 10:32 Upgrading legacy apps with Vue
- 15:36 What's a Vue file?
- 18:00 What's the story with Vue in web components?
- 24:49 Where's Vue 3 at?
- 26:12 Do I have to use Typescript with Vue?
- 27:21 Sponsor: Jetpack
- 28:53 How do people usually use Vue?
- 31:12 Why is Vue 3 smaller and faster?
- 34:36 What about IE 11 support?
- 37:10 Sponsor: An Event Apart
- 38:11 What's it like being the primary person on Vue?
- 43:00 Using Patreon for support
- 46:34 Does being indie affect who will use Vue?
- 51:48 Who uses Vue?
- 52:21 How can someone get started with Vue?
- 54:45 What projects shouldn't use Vue?
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