Do you know Vue.js? Want to develop a native app? With NativeScript-Vue you can! In this talk, I will present the NativeScript-Vue ecosystem, and how developing production mobile apps feels like with this framework. You will discover what the main “haha!”s and “gotcha!”s are, specially if you come from a webdev background. In the end, you will know what NativeScript-Vue is in the real world, and if it is a good fit for your next native app development.
The Vue.js composition API brings us a lot of new ways to share functionality across components. I will be introducing how to use `vue-use-web` to tackle "adaptive" Apps that behave differently depending on various aspects of the user device, like their memory, battery level, and connection speed. This allows us to be more empathetic towards our users and that we can give them a better experience.
VuePress is awesome and full of magic, I could say for multiple reasons: as technology and as a product! But how is this magic happening that make VuePress sites so fast? How is VuePress doing all that awesome stuff for you and being very consumer-friendly? I will answer all these questions in my presentation, but before doing that I will take a step back and I will explain what are static site generators, why is their popularity keeps rising, how are they working under the hood and how is the Vue ecosystem looking. I will present a deep dive into how these tools work, I will show you what happens behind the scenes and what technologies they are using by using code samples from VuePress codebase. For example, I will explain how a markdown file is processed. But also I will present some interesting features that set VuePress apart in the ecosystem because if set up correctly VuePress can be very powerful. Magic is awesome but magic is even better when is explained :)
Would like to provide insights into how the combination of Vue.js and tailwindcss can make development very fast, yet stable and how you can grow prototypes into real production ready features with these 2 libraries. In the talk I would point out the benefits of tailwind and how it personally helped me and my team to have a unified css approach on several projects. At the end I will prepare a live coding demo and build a fully accessible small component to showcase why the combination of Tailwind and Vue increases developer productivity and let's you focus more on the core features of your application rather than finding third parties and having a hard time customizing them.
What do a SaaS landing page, blog and e-commerce store have in common? They should all be found through a search engine, ideally by as many people as possible. Search engine optimization (SEO) can therefore be decisive for the success and also the revenue of your projects. But when it comes to Vue.js and SEO, there are many controversial opinions about the impact of Vue on SEO efforts. In my session we will go through the basics of SEO and examine best practices and their implementations with the help of vue-meta and Nuxt.js.
The New York Times Care Platforms Team uses Vue/Vuex to integrate new UI components into a legacy CRM application. Vue allows us to add new components to our application incrementally, and further, it allows us to continue delivering business value to our stakeholders while chipping away at technical debt incurred by years of working with this vendor framework. Additionally, Vue has been at the center of all collaboration between designers and engineers on our team as we work together towards building up a design system which provides documentation, principles and guidelines to be followed by our team and others who engage with our products. The Vue-based design system helps us to maintain consistency and efficiency, allowing us to design, implement new features and iterate more quickly as a cross-functional, agile team.
Data Visualizations and Internationalization
Building custom data visualizations with full international support is not always easy. Let's go over useful techniques to customize data visualizations in Vue, for a global audience. How to format strings, numbers, dates, times, currencies, calendars, x/y axis, and more! We'll talk about the unique challenges with right to left and bi-directional locale visualizations, how colors, iconography, and emojis can be perceived differently in distinct cultures, as well as mapping and cartography for a global audience.
Rebuilding biggest eCommerce Open Source Vue project with Composition API
With almost 6k GitHub stars, vibrant community of more than 2000 developers, 40+ partner agencies and hackathons happening every few weeks all around the world (New York, Tel Aviv, Germany, Netherlands to name a few) organized by companies like Tom Tailor, Vue Storefront is currently the most popular Open Source eCommerce Storefront in the world! We came a long way. Started 3 years ago as all-in-one heavy-weight solution with our own plugin system, Redis caching, custom Server Side Rendering and specific deployment strategies. Now we’re in process of moving to much lighter architecture. Core of our software which previously was enormously huge codebase right now is just a set of TypeScript interfaces ensuring that all parts of the systems are working correctly with each other. Everything else is based on Nuxt.js and modular pluggable integrations written in Composition API. If you’re curious: - how we built such a successful open source project from scratch in just 2 years - what challenges we needed to face (scalability, extendibility etc) and how Vue helped us with them - why we choose Vue and how it’s helping us to be ahead of others in the industry who choose to use React for their solutions - what architectural decisions we made to and how they evolved - How we moved from gigantic monolithic architecture to fully modular and lightweight solution with Compositon API This is a talk for you!