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Charles Allotey
Charles Allotey
Charles is a Junior frontend Developer at Vueschool. Has a passion for building great experiences and products using vue.js and Nuxt.js.
Highlights from Vue.js Nation Day 2

Highlights from Vue.js Nation Day 2

The first day of Vue.js Nation was thrilling, and the second day was even better. The final day of the Vue.js Nation Conference was jam-packed with new announcements, stimulating discussions, and unique workshops. I'm overjoyed with fresh information. Continue reading for all the highlights from Day 2 of Vue.js Nation!
Highlights from Vue.js Nation Day 1

Highlights from Vue.js Nation Day 1

Vue.js Nation has officially started with Day 1 coming to a close and I can say that it has been super exciting and educative. A packed lineup of awesome speakers and in this article I’ll share some key highlights of the day.
Updated January 26th 2023
Options API vs Composition API

Options API vs Composition API

The debate between the Options API and the Composition API in Vue.js has been a hot topic among developers since the release of the Composition API in Vue.js 3.0. Both approaches have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, and choosing the right one for your project can be a difficult decision.
Updated January 26th 2023
Start Testing With Vitest (Beginner’s Guide)

Start Testing With Vitest (Beginner’s Guide)

Welcome to the world of testing! Ensuring that your code is reliable and bug-free is an essential part of the software development process, and using a good testing frameworks can greatly assist in this effort.
Updated January 12th 2023
Improving Reactivity with VueUse

Improving Reactivity with VueUse

 VueUse is a library of over 200 utility functions that can be used to interact with a range of APIs including those for the browser, state, network, animation, and time. These functions allow developers to easily add reactive capabilities to their Vue.js projects, helping them to build powerful and responsive user interfaces with ease.
Updated December 21st 2022
Techniques for Sharing Data between Vue.js Components

Techniques for Sharing Data between Vue.js Components

With the growing use of component-based architectures, large and complex apps are becoming more common. Larger applications are broken into small reusable chunks that makes it easier to build, maintain, test and understand. As this is done there is a need to share data between these pieces to create functionality and interactivity.
Updated November 16th 2022
Getting Started with Nuxi (Nuxt CLI)

Getting Started with Nuxi (Nuxt CLI)

Nuxt 3 comes with tons of features to improve performance and developer experience of Vue.js apps. A Nuxt CLI (nicknamed Nuxi) was introduced to provide a no dependency experience for easily scaffolding your Nuxt projects.This article seeks to explore Nuxi and introduce you to some of its features. I will also demonstrate how to use some of the commands offered by Nuxi.
Updated November 2nd 2022
Understanding the Directory structure in Nuxt 3

Understanding the Directory structure in Nuxt 3

The file structure of a project is important for ensuring good code organization and for making maintenance and debugging easier. In this article, we’ll learn about Nuxt 3 conventions for structuring your next project’s files.
Updated October 26th 2022
5 Awesome Modules to use in your Nuxt Project

5 Awesome Modules to use in your Nuxt Project

Nuxt.js is an amazing framework that makes it easy to build Vue.js applicatons with static-site performance. It’s especially useful for making dynamic experiences (e.g. sites with user logins) feel like static sites by handling all the routing logic, caching pages, and more for you. But if you want to take your project to the next level, consider using these modules in your new Nuxt project: These five add-ons will make your experience with Nuxt even better – and not just because they’re awesome!
Updated October 13th 2022

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